Gifts for Sagittarius Women
Confident, optimistic and adventurous, the Sagittarius woman (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) is known for her outlandish sense of humor and love of faraway travels. She is always ready to embark on the next great adventure, learn something new or grow her social circle by adding friends from all walks of life. Her enthusiasm is contagious, so it’s no wonder that so many are on the lookout for new ways to say “thank you for being you!” But not just any gift will do. Stuffy presents make her as anxious as rules and fences. She’s not about the material things—it’s the meaning behind the gift that counts. Here are a few fresh ideas when shopping for the Sagittarius woman in your life.
Sagittarians are ruled by the planet Jupiter, which in turns rules over the gemstone turquoise. This birthstone is believed to strongly influence many key personality traits of the Sagittarius woman–as if it was possible to be more humorous, generous or dynamic. Surprise her with this stunning Kelly Wearstler Turquoise Stud Ring ($145) or a trendy yet elegant David Yurman Cable Bracelet ($375).
Last week she returned from the mountains and surprise! Now she is off to the jungle. Help her add a little style to spontaneous travel with the Montague Leather Weekender ($552).
While the life of a Sagittarius woman may be a whirlwind, she is a deep thinker who strives to maintain a sense of Zen within. Remind her to replenish her inner spirit with the Ozaki Good Life Zen Wisdom iPhone case ($29.99).
What goes up must come down, and taking time to recharge and reflect is an absolute must for the spirited Sagittarius. One great way is to savor the beauty and tranquility of tea as it blooms with the Teas Etc. flowering tea set ($33.96). Not only is the presentation stunning, the health benefits are widely thought to surpass the antioxidant and stress relief properties of traditional tea.
In search of more gift ideas on all of the signs—including yours? Read our shop-by-the-zodiac blog posts.
When Jennifer Benson is not wrangling three spirited children, she can usually be found wrangling words. Preferably from a coffee shop, though the kitchen island is the next best place since the day fifth grade homework took over her office. She’s an avid hiker and walker who picked up the pace this year and took up running. With a half marathon under her belt, what began as a forced activity has surprisingly become more of a necessity. This is good since rumor has it that every six-mile run burns off a whole bottle of wine.