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10 Perfect Gifts for That Posh Person Who Has Everything

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Are you stumped on what to get your premiere client, chic girlfriend who always rocks the latest trends, your finicky mother-in-law or your drama-prone mistress? Poshbrood has scoured near and far and found 10 fabulous holiday gifts that are sure to please the pickiest receivers.

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1. H Bloom. We're obsessed with these gorgeous, luxurious flowers by subscription. A thoughtful and unique gift that keeps on blooming with nary a carnation in sight. Tailor the floral delivery to the recipient's personality: Classic, Contemporary or Exotic. You can specify weekly, bi-weekly or monthly deliver to a home or business addresses. H. Bloom also has a one-time floral delivery service. From $35 per delivery we're probably going to subscribe as a gift from our husband and tell him later what he got us. www.hbloom.com

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2. Mark Cross: America's first luxury leather goods brand is back and more stylish than ever. We covet the Madison Bag. Inspired by vintage doctor's bags, the Madison is made of buttery Italian calf leather in rich colors and a perfect medium size for everyday use. The Madison Doctor has open patch pockets inside the bag to keep track of all your devices while looking oh-so-chic. $1,795.00 http://markcross1845.com

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3. Four Seasons Spa: Did you know that you don't have to stay overnight to enjoy a pampering spa retreat at a Four Seasons luxury spa? Indulge your stressed boss, client or spouse with a hot stone massage or a Kate Sommerville oxygen facial. With over 31 locations in the US, a gift certificate to a Four Seasons Spa is sure to delight! From $45 and up. www.fourseasons.com

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4. R. Nichols: Cool and colorful boxed notecards by famed illustrator and stationer R. Nichols (best known for illustrating the international best-seller French Women Don't Get Fat by Mireille Guiliano) can help with the tough-gift-recipient category. The cards cover a wide range of interests including: pets, garden, party, travel, "girlie girls," shopping and more -- there really is something for everybody. Tastefully packaged in black boxes -- all note cards can be personalized with a name to add that special personal touch. Priced from $18-$25, R Nichols is also easy on the holiday budget. http://www.r-nichols.com

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5. Iomoi: Basically anything you buy from this whimsical and chic boutique of personalized goods will be a homerun. For the hostess with the mostess, Iomoi's colorful and cool coasters in a Lucite box or a monogrammed iPhone case will do the trick. Modern and luxurious, Iomoi offers a treasure trove of products for all of your gifting needs. Coasters $30 and iPhone cases $58. www.iomoi.com

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6. Echo Touch Gloves: Both functional and fashionable, the Echo Touch gloves will keep your hands warm while you keep in touch. The gloves have special fabric on the index finger and thumb of each glove to interact with touch screen devices, making them compatible with the iPod, iPhone, iPad and other touch sensitive digital devices. Genius! Made of wool/nylon, these gloves have a ladylike bow on the side and come in 12 different colors and are only $32. http://www.echodesign.com

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7. Cookies for Cancer: For that person who really does have everything, give them a gift that gives back. Send them scrumptious gourmet cookies and support children's cancer research. Cookies for Kids' Cancer packs their cookies in beautiful gift boxes, tied with bright green ribbon with a card explaining Cookies for Kids' Cancer and a personal note from you. 100% of the profit will directly fund pediatric cancer research; this is a gift that feels as good to give as it tastes to receive. In 9 different flavors such as Liam's Lemon Sugar, Ginger Spice and Chocolate Chunk, these tasty treats will also give the gift of hope. From $30 a package. http://www.cookiesforkidscancer.org

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8. Perrier-Jouet Cuveé Fleur de Champagne Rose: Is there anything better than celebrating the holidays with a bottle of pink champagne? We think not. Perrier-Jouet's magnificent Art Nouveau flower bottle by Emile Gallé is a gift in itself. The transparent bottle decorated with anemones reveals the eye-catching salmon pink tint. When the delighted recipient opens the bottle, they will find a delicate rosé with hints of raspberries and red currants. Cheers! $299 a bottle. http://www.grandwinecellar.com

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9. Tiny TOMS Glitter Slip On: Buying for the baby who needs for naught? Not only is this shining style able to keep little ones comfortable, but it's designed with a mission in mind -- with every pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need. One for One. In six different colors and starting at $34, these shoes will be a big-hearted hit. http://www.toms.com/youth/glitter

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10. Alexis Bittar Crystal Gold Circle Ring: Need some bling for your best biatch? We love this sparkly Alexis Bittar ring that glitters with your every gesture. The 18 karat gold plate cup of starry, sparkling Swarovski crystals is sure to please the most glam recipient. This statement ring looks $500 but is a steal at $125. www.bloomingdales.com