14 Gifts for Your Friend Who Won’t Stop Talking About Their Horoscope
They’ll be starry-eyed.
Updated Jul 19, 2019 5:23 PM
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We all have that friend who lives their life according to Susan Miller, adds everyone they know to Co-Star, and can’t go a day without tagging someone in yet another astrology meme. In the past year, astrology mania has enjoyed a resurgence to popularity—which means that there now are plenty of stylish, celestially-inspired goods to go around. Yes, gifting just got a whole lot more cosmically aligned.
Whether your recipient has taken to promoting their sun sign as if it were a sports team, or they’ve gotten deep into all things starry, an astrological gift is guaranteed to make their holiday, no matter what the moon may have to say. These 14 picks are sure to please, no cosmic qualms about it.
Holli Zollinger for Deny Zodiac Throw Pillow, Urban Outfitters, $39
The vibrant hues in these pillows by Holli Zollinger speak to every sign in a different way. Since they’re customized by sign, they feel extra-personal.
Tiny Stars Stationery, Catbird, $18
Perfect for writing a quick note to a friend (or sending intentions out into the universe), this card set is dainty, elegant, and makes for a lovely, high-quality gift your friend wouldn’t think to buy for themself.
Fire Zodiac Ornaments, ABC Home, $36
These handmade brass ornaments artfully express each sign of the zodiac in the subtlest way. They’re a simple gift that feels special—so long as you know your recipient’s birthday!
‘Star Eye’ Metal Tray, Gucci, $690
Leave it to Gucci to turn astro-mania high fashion. This medium-sized metal tray is truly a keepsake that will only increase in value over time.
Moon Sun Reversible Blanket, HausWitch, $111
A throw blanket is an especially welcome gift in colder weather—your gift-ee will think of your whenever they snuggle up to watch a movie.
Metallic Star Taper Holder, Terrain, $4
This star-shaped candlestick holder enhances a tablescape year-round, but it looks especially appropriate for a New Years fête.
Cosmic Diner Tray – Sun, Seletti, $123
Italian brand Seletti’s celestially inspired dinnerware brings the solar system to your space in a totally new way. Want to indulge in a single piece? We recommend going all out with the sun.
Lapis Candle, L’Objet, $145
Covered in a vivid blue starry sky, this luxury candle doubles as a refined art object. Plus, once it’s all melted down, it can be used as a particularly handsome storage vessel for cosmetics or trinkets.
Set of Six Espresso Cups, Fornasetti, $1,357
Nothing’s quite as luxurious as a complete collection of Fornasetti espresso cups. The zodiac imagery on this set has a vintage look that makes it truly covetable.
Metal Garland, H&M, $17.99
This metal garland makes a fun and simple gift that can instantly elevate a boring wall, or add a bit of bohemian glamour to a window. Bonus: it’s under $20.
Constellation Wall Art, Crate and Barrel, $25
This cute print by artist Lucy Darling makes a charming present for any star-gazer—whether they’re focused on the actual sky or what it’s doing to their horoscope. Pop it in a frame to make it look extra-nice.
Honeycomb Studio Waxing Moon Bottle, West Elm, $42
These handcrafted bottles have a number of uses: they can decant olive oil or hold a few long-stemmed flowers, or even just serve as simple room accents.
Porcelain Candle Throne, Sunday Forever, $42
What do you get for a friend who’s seemingly always burning a candle? A candle throne, of course—perfect for adding height in a bedside table arrangement.