Lauren Conrad reveals the first gift guides of the holiday season

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Get Gifting, Get Gifting Now

It certainly could be a more blacker than normal holiday season for retailers, as the National Retail Federation reports that consumers will be spending an average of $967.13 this year, up 3.4 percent from last year where consumers say they’d just be spending $935.58 on average.

And if you’re one of the the lucky ones who’s employment prospects are better, and you have more disposable income because of it, then you’ll wanna get the shopping list ready, because Lauren Conrad and her team on Monday unveiled their first gift guides before the shopping season starts late next week.

Team LC begins with an ultimate gift guide for everyone on your list, recruiting help from FabFitFun with their winter gift box, where ladies will love the endless line of products that are Kate Somerville ExfoliKate Intensive Exfoliating Treatment, BB Dakota Poncho, DOUCCE Freematic Face Palette, 8 Other Reasons Nine Lives Choker, Pointe Studio Aloe Infused Socks, AHAVA Mineral Hand Cream, Homemade by Ayesha Curry Mug, a beauty choice of Nelson J Beverly Hills Moisture Healing Hair Mask or Grace & Stella Anti-Wrinkle Eye Masks, and a fitness choice This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray or FFFTV Fitness Ball by Jillian Michaels Copy​ ​Points.

You too will definitely feel good about buying the FabFitFun winter box that’s $10 off with promo code LC, because every box sold supports woman’s heart health, thanks to FFF’s partnership with the American Heart Association, which just lowered the number that’s considered high blood pressure from 140 over 90, to 130 over 80.

Raising The ‘Bar’

Team Lauren Conrad’s gift guide continued Monday with a shopping list dedicated to gifts for those who love hanging out at the bar, or at least the bar cart.

Let’s begin with Lauren’s LC Lauren Conrad collection, gifting bar lovers with happy hour wine charm sets and stars bottle openers & corkscrew sets, followed by The Little Market blue flower shot glass, and then there’s swizzle sticks, cocktail napkins, high ball glasses, gold pitchers, and wine guides.

Daniel Quintanilla

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