You know, I grew up in a household that didn't do Christmas Lists (well, because I was raised Jewish..so..duh) - so the idea of writing out a wishlist was always a little foreign to me. It was kind of a "you get what you get and you don't throw a fit" scenario, which always served me just fine!
As I've grown into Michael's family- I've learned how useful these lists can be. When it comes down to it- sometimes people just get stumped on what to get you (especially the grandparents!), and they'd rather just get ideas than take a shot in the dark and waste their money. Amen to that, my friends.
Ann Taylor contacted me about their new "wishlist" function on their site- and it's pretty fab. You literally just drag and drop items you love into a Wishlist, and can print it or share it via email/social media! Adding and removing products is ridiculously easy, and it all formats out into a neat little sheet that includes images, links, and prices so there's no confusion on what you'd love to get!
I threw together a little Wishlist of my own (themed in a classy holiday black scheme) from AT, and here's what I came up with:
Nice, right? I mean, not just my picks, but the look of it too!
If you have last minute family members looking for gifts for you for the holidays, or you have a birthday coming up, throw together your own Wishlist (for free, of course) to help nudge them in the right direction :)
What would you add to your Wishlist?
Any of the items above look good to you too??
*yes, this was a sponsored post by Ann Taylor- the thoughts and opinions were 100% my own. I wouldn' t agree to post about a company or promotion I didn't love, and I truly think this Wishlist application is nifty! xo