mother's day 2020

The Best Gifts for Every Type of Mom From Teens

Photo-Illustration: retailers

Moms are always hard to shop for, but perhaps never more so than now, since you can’t just hit the mall or call your neighborhood florist. With that in mind, we’ve gathered some gifts that’ll delight any sort of mother, whether she’s into bridge, bagels, or beauty sleep, all of which you can buy online. May 10 will be here before you know it, and with widespread shipping delays, you might want to shop sooner than you think.

For the mom who steals your Glossier

You’ll want to steal these three best sellers right back. (Strategist writer Rio Viera-Newton has called Lash Slick her “holy-grail mascara.”)

For the mom who watched (and loved) Euphoria

With this hyperpigmented palette, she can re-create Jules’s best eye looks — and use the tamer shades for everyday wear.

For the mom who unfailingly reminds you to drink more water

No matter how many water bottles she owns, none are as chic as this terrazzo-print container.

For the mom who makes sure you get your daily vegetables

Perfect for displaying all of that spring produce.

For the mom who taught you the importance of beauty sleep

She’ll be able to fall asleep in no time with the help of this pink marble sleep mask. (If you’re feeling extra generous, consider gifting the matching silk pillowcase.)

For the mom who just wants you to — please — use a coaster

She’ll never worry about glass rings on her coffee table again.

For the mom who’s really into TikTok

For the mom who recently discovered AirPods

She’ll never misplace her buds again.

For the mom who always has a needle and thread in hand

This kit, from cool-kid knitting brand Wool and the Gang, is cooler than your average cross-stitch.

For the mom who’s never met a plant she didn’t like

Even if the fiddle-leaf fig doesn’t last forever, the handsome earthenware planter and Plant Mom tote will.

For the mom who’s big on non-fusty puzzles

When completed, these Dusen Dusen puzzles are frame-worthy works of art.

For the mom who’s never not reading (quarantine or not)