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Personalized items are an easy way to 'wow' those on your holiday gift list. Samantha Yanks, editor in chief of Hamptons magazine, shares her favorites gifts to fit every budget and even for those last-minute buyers.

1. Natural quilted stockings from Mark and Graham, $34. www.markandgraham.com

2. Canvas travel bags from Iomoi (set of 3), $98. www.iomoi.com

3. Totes from Clava in solids and racing stripes, $65. www.clava.com

4. SPLURGE: Monogrammed travel cologne sets from Atelier, starts at $150

5. Monogrammed ornaments, under $10. www.oldnavy.com

6. Monogram pillow covers from C Wonder, $38, and monogrammed dark rinse skinny jeans, $88. www.cwonder.com

7. Monogrammed rain boots from Zoubaby available for women and children, $98 for women's, and $45 (down from $65), for children's. www.zoubaby.com

8. Pretty Please nail polish, 1-6 bottles, $10 each. Holiday set monogrammed with "Kiss Me Under the Mistletoe," but you can personalize with anything. www.prettypleasenailpolish.com

9. Kennebunk monogrammed accessories bag from L.L. Bean, $27. www.llbean.com


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