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Searching for the perfect gift during the holidays can be a drag. With so many options, it can be hard to make a choice. That’s where we come in. Whether you’re shopping for your girlfriend or your grandmother, we have some Christmas and Kwanzaa gift ideas for the women on your holiday gift list.

1. Printed Pattern People Scarf

Just in time for winter, the Adé hooded scarf by Printed Pattern People is the perfect stocking stuffer.

2. Crate and Barrel Wine Glasses

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The Camille wine glasses from Crate and Barrel are perfect for getting your Olivia Pope on while watching Scandal and cozying up with your favorite red or white this season.

3. Philadelphia Printworks Shirt

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Philadelphia Printworks offers a wide array of social-justice-oriented clothing. The Assata Shakur shirt is our favorite.

4. Deborah Lippmann Nail Color

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Known for top-notch nail lacquers, Lippmann’s Jazz Standards duo is a perfect holiday red.

5. Nikon Camera

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Capture your holiday memories with Nikon’s Coolpix digital camera.

6. J. Crew Sweater

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This luxurious cashmere Boyfriend sweater by J. Crew will keep you warm and stylish this winter.

7. PlayStation 4

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The gamer girl in your circle will appreciate the PlayStation 4, which marks its 20th anniversary.

8. Rich Hair Care Kit

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Rich Hair Care’s Sophisticated Curls kit will keep your tresses fresh for all your holiday dinners and parties.

9. Diptyque Candle Set

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The mini candle set by Diptyque will fill your home with captivating scents all winter long.

10. Doku Clutch

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The Ill La La clutch by Doku will add a pop of color to your winter wardrobe.

11. L’Occitane en Provence Hand Cream

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Winter can be harsh on the skin. Give a gift to your hands and keep them protected with L’Occitane en Provence’s hand-cream bouquet sampler.

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Diamond Sharp is an editorial fellow at The Root. Follow her on Twitter.