6 Mother’s Day gifts she will use over and over again

Mother’s Day is May 10, and with all that’s going on in the world, it’s becoming increasingly unlikely that many will get to spend it with their mothers. Show Mom you love her with these gift ideas, which can all be ordered online and shipped to her doorstep.

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Hari Mari Slides

Everyone deserves a faithful pair of slides to slip on all summer—especially moms. The buttery soft memory foam on these sandals make them comfy enough for toying around the farmer’s market all morning or corralling the kids at the lake. $88, harimari.com

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Boca Raton Earrings

Rattan will be in again this summer, and these earrings with gold accents pair well with any outfit. $18, ebandcompany.com

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Terra-cotta Footed Planter

This earth-toned artisan pot is perfect for a back deck. Terra-cotta sweats, so pair the pot with a cactus or other desert plant. $52, goldenandpine.com

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Eggtronic Wireless Charging Stone

Busy moms often tote battery-drained phones. These stone chargers from Eggtronics are the opposite of eyesore charging ports. Put this functional decor piece in the kitchen or on your nightstand and just set your phone on it to charge. $70, eggtronic.com

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Natural Life Mug

Moms are strong, and this hand-painted ceramic mug says it all. $15, francescas.com

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Tesalate Beach Towel

The beach is fun, but bringing the sand back with you—and all over your car—isn’t. Tesalate uses what they call “cutting-edge fabric technology” to make a towel that propels sand. This summery pattern, Alchemist, is our personal favorite. $59, tesalate.com

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