Gifts for Capricorn Women
Practical, fashion forward and ambitious, the Capricorn woman (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) is discriminating to say the least. The opposite of frivolous, this powerhouse and natural leader prefers quality—not quantity. Think one cashmere shawl instead of five ill-fitted synthetic (gasp!) sweaters. She knows, after all, that first impressions count. Whether she is heading to yoga or taking her seat in the corporate boardroom, the Capricorn woman will be dressed to a “T.” Her spirit is adventurous, she loves a challenge and her dreams are lofty. Best of all, her inner drive and traditional work hard” values leave little doubt these dreams will come true.
The Capricorn woman is ambitious—“dialing it in” just isn’t in her vocabulary. She will be available anytime, anywhere to get the job done. As a result, a laptop is often at her side—stylishly and discreetly, of course. The Samsonite Business Camelot Case ($59.99) does the trick with a luxurious microfiber exterior and protective suede interior.
Speaking of style, gaudy trinkets just aren’t her thing. Surprise her with a unique yet elegant statement piece like this platinum love knot pendant ($995).
While the always-in-motion Capricorn may rarely have time to cook, that doesn’t mean her taste buds aren’t discerning. With a Plated Dinner Kit (price depends on how many you order but ranges from $12 to $15 per plate), going gourmet has never been so easy—or delicious. Each kit arrives at her door with everything she’ll need to make a delicious meal.
To balance her love of fabulous food, the Capricorn woman enjoys staying in shape and keeping active. Bring out her sporty side with the Fitbit Flex ($139.99), an activity and sleep monitor that tracks daily steps, calories burned, sleep cycles and more.
A traditional girl at heart, the loyal Capricorn values her one-on-one time with friends and loved ones. From cozy nights in to dining al fresco, this cashmere poncho ($179.95) adds the perfect amount of warmth, complements any outfit and doesn’t sacrifice style.
Though her childhood holidays were frosty and white, Jennifer Benson loves that her children get to test out their new scooters, bicycles and kites at the beach on Christmas Day. Her flashbacks to days of frozen fingers and snow shovels have ensured that she is probably the only person in Southern California who does not ski.