Huckberry is usually known for its highly curated menswear products, but its special Mother’s Day shop shows that the company is beginning to put effort into its women’s products too. You can browse the entire shop here or check out some of the highlights below.
Turkish Towels Mediterranean ($30)
Frilly ends aside, we love the Mediterranean for its preeminent softness. Constructed in Turkey from a cotton-bamboo blend, this towel even has a little Velcro pocket for stashing keys and beer money while you’re on the water.
Sunski Dipsea Sunglasses ($55)
The right sunglasses are a fine balance—too techy and they’re confined to weekend duty, but too refined and you don’t want to risk them snowboarding or kitesurfing. The Dipsea splits the difference with a classic keyhole nose shape and a tortoiseshell frame, while the amber lenses are pure performance: certified UVA/B polarized protection.
Fellow Big Jo’ 12-Ounce Mugs ($60)
These oversized mugs come in a set of two and feature double-wall ceramic construction, which keeps the outside cool and the inside piping hot. The stylish and sleek copper bottom looks great and provides a stable base.
NicoBlue Jewelry Stamped Elemental Wave Necklace ($25)
Handmade in North Carolina, this necklace features a features a small pendant stamped with a bright-blue wave that’ll make an excellent everyday addition to Mom’s jewelry box.
Gold Teeth Brooklyn Cards ($5)
Can’t afford a $60 set of mugs? We get it. Even a simple card will make Mom happy. Skip the Hallmark option and get her one of these. They’re screen-printed by hand in Los Angeles on high-quality cotton paper with a smooth surface and soft texture.
Mohinders City Slipper ($145)
Although it resembles a Mexican huarache, the City slipper is actually a heritage style from India. The braided and tanned water-buffalo upper stays true to the original, and the goat-leather lining and natural-rubber outsole deliver a much-needed dose of modern comfort. They’ll mold to Mom’s feet in about a week.
Farmhouse Pottery Live-Edge Cutting Board ($70)
Made in Vermont from a chunk of walnut wood, this cutting board features unfinished edges for an organic, rustic look. It’s so beautiful that we wouldn’t blame you if you kept knives off it and used it as a cheese board instead.