Nov 30, 2020

QVC Holiday Shopping Guide + FIVE Chances to Win a $100 QVC Gift Card

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One of the first things I learned about my mother-in-law more than twenty years ago was that she loves QVC. At the time, I'd heard of QVC and knew it to be the shopping channel on TV, but I didn't know much else.

It wasn't long before I learned that they sell, well, almost everything.

Over the years, I've been the lucky recipient of countless items of clothing, shoes, jewelry, lotion, and even food! I've also made my own purchases, including my most favorite pair of shoes, which are sadly no longer available (because I'd totally get a second pair).


As I write this, I'm wearing a camo-pattern Cuddl Duds Fleecewear Stretch Button Front Blazer Cardi (currently available in Fig Heather and Animal print, on clearance for just $19.98 - it's so soft!). I've been the happy recipient of many Cuddl Duds items, and lately, I've been loving the goat-milk lotion and soap by Beekman 1802.


QVC has become one of the stores I regularly turn to when I don't know what gift to get for someone. Here are just a few of the items I think would make great gifts this holiday season:

For the ladies in your life, QVC has a huge selection of name-brand beauty products, including Philosophy, Clinique, tarte, and more. You can get the Urban Decay Stoned Vibes 4-piece Holiday Hall of Fame set for just $24.50, Clinique's Detox & Defend set for just $19.50, or a 3-pack of Fizz & Bubble Large Bath Fizzies in Birthday Cake for just $18 (fun stocking stuffer!). But, since the pandemic has made it risky to visit nail salons, the best gift might be the Stedi-Pedi Home Pedicure Folding Platform with LED Light for just $24.33:

Alternatively, who doesn't love jewelry? QVC has SO MUCH to choose from. My mother-in-law has gifted me many pieces over the years, and I can say that they're all excellent quality. While you won't find heirloom pieces that will make a jeweler swoon, you can find something for every style and taste. There's a nice selection of gift ideas for under $25 and cute Disney jewelry, but my taste admittedly runs toward the expensive yet simple, so I want to highlight the Affinity Diamond Snowflake Necklace, which is a pricey $1,709.10:

The category my mother-in-law gifts to me most often is fashion, and I actually have favorite brands. My jeans are all from Denim & Co., and my favorite jackets are Cuddl Duds (one of the major benefits of living in Southern California is that I rarely need a heavy coat). So imagine my delight in discovering that Cuddl Duds makes pants and socks! And given that my current favorite thing to wear is Cuddle Duds fleece, these Cuddl Duds Fleecewear Stretch Lounge Pants ($32) are going on my holiday wishlist:

There's also the Cuddl Duds Ultra Plush Velvet Fleece Pullover Pajama Set ($33.98), which has got to be perfect for winter:

And if you need a stocking stuffer, QVC also has this adorable set of 3 MUK LUKS Jojoba Infused Shearling Ankle Cabin Socks ($22.12):

Finally, I like to give consumable gifts to older folks who don't need more "stuff." QVC has a huge selection of food items, from big names like Cheryl's, Junior's, and Harry & David. But you'll also find unusual items, like Small Batch Organics (granola), Claxton (fruit cake), and Liberty Orchards (fruit & nut candies). In fact, the Small Batch Organics Granola Bark Sampler ($39.29) would make a fantastic gift for a foodie:

Best of all? is giving away FIVE $100 QVC e-gift cards!

Enter for your chance to win here, and check out the official rules here. Good luck!

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