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Lifestyle expert Kris Schoels from youngmarriedchic.com knows what it's like to be crunched for time during the holidays. Tomorrow, she'll share some last-minute gift ideas.

Solstice Sunglasses- Assorted Sunglasses at all price ranges for men and women ($98-$200). www.solsticesunglasses.com

Plated- For a friend who loves to cook. Plated sends you all of the ingredients plus a recipe for a meal right to your door. You can also get gift certificates for a number of meals for a gift (4 plates for $60- 2 plates of 2 meals or 4 plates of one meal) www.plated.com

Bella Appliances Cake Pop Maker and Pie Machine- Perfect for kids or friends who love to bake www.bellaappliances.com ($24 and $21)

Dylans Candy Bar- For all of your stocking stuffer needs. Chocolate Bars Trio, Hot Chocolate Mug Set, Holiday Cocoa Packet Gift Set, Whirly Pop Ornament, Candy Cane Box of Chocolate Covered Oreos, Deluxe Bundle of Sweets www.dylanscandybar.com ($9-34)

SKYY Vodka amfAR Bottle- Limited Edition velvet covered bottle for the holidays, proceeds go to amfAR, Foundation for AIDS research. Can be purchased at liquor stores ($18)

JHill Design Special Edition Map Print for Hurricane Sandy- Net proceeds from these New York and New Jersey prints go to benefit Sandy victims and the Red Cross. www.jilldesign.com ($25)

Old Navy- Women's Gloves, Slippers, Kid's Stocking Caps, Kid's Slippers, Adorable Kid's Gloves

($6-10) www.oldnavy.com

Mack Weldon- Website where you can order boxes of stylish underwear, socks, and undershirts for men. Great packages and perfect for a hard to shop for guy www.mackweldon.com (starting at $48)

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