11 Mother’s Day Gifts to Show Your Love

By Phoebe Kut, May 7, 2020

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Yes, this Sunday, May 10 is Mother’s Day! While this year it may be a bit harder to celebrate given the COVID-19 situation, there are still many ways to show them you care. If you’re looking for some gift inspiration you’ve come to the right place: 

1. Fendi 


Price: RMB5,000
Scan with the Taobao app to purchase:


2. French Dragon 


Price: RMB290
French Dragon is a lifestyle brand. The ceramics are handmade with porcelain from Jingdezhen by Laure-Anne, a French expat based in Shanghai.

To customize your order, add Laure-Anne on WeChat by scanning the QR code:


3. Slow Living


Price: RMB200
In addition to being plant-based and free of paraffin, synthetic fragrances or colors, the candle also comes with a customized Spotify playlist. This multisensory experience evokes the nostalgia of old Shanghai.

Scan the QR code to purchase:


4. Esna Box 


Price: RMB759
This gift set is perfect for the lady boss in your life. 

Scan the QR code to purchase:


5. Parosh 

Price: RMB2,204
Scan with the Taobao app to purchase:


6. Allbirds 


Price: RMB829
Scan with the Taobao app to purchase:


7. Estee Lauder 

Price: RMB300
Scan the QR code to purchase:


8. Polaroid 


Price: RMB1,099
Scan with the Taobao app to purchase:


9. Weighted Blanket

Price: RMB399
Scan with the Taobao app to purchase:


10. Victoria’s Secret

Price: RMB798
Scan with the Taobao app to purchase:


11. Okra


Price: RMB388
Scan the QR code to purchase. 


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