For the procrastinators who still haven't picked up a Mother's Day gift, never fear. Mistrella Murphy, a contributor to Lucky magazine, was on "Good Morning America" with some Sensible Shopper tips on gifts that look like they're worth a fortune but all cost under $100.
'Luxury' Gifts That Don't Cost a Fortune
J. Crew summer-weight cashmere sweater
Cashmere isn't just for winter. A summer-weight cashmere is a luxury to put on after a day in the sun or inside with the air conditioning blasting.
On the Web: www.jcrew.com
Tiffany's silver-knotted earrings
For most women, the little blue box alone is exciting. These earrings are simple yet elegant and can be worn every day.
On the Web: www.tiffanys.com
Paraffin spa and nail polish
It's a little pampering for mom with a manicure/pedicure kit.
Cost: Revlon paraffin spa -- $39.99
Chanel nail polish -- $17
Available at most drug stores
Rattan bath basket
The gift basket from Bath & Body Works includes body lotion, foam bath, candle, mesh sponge and shower gel.
On the Web: www.bathandbodyworks.com
Four-course dinner delivered to mom's door
You can get a four-course dinner for two delivered to mom's door from gourmetstation.com. Go to the Web site and click on the menus. You can choose from four food themes -- Parisian, Tuscan, Cajun and fusion. Each theme comes with your choice of bread, soup, entree and dessert, plus a candle and a special Mother's Day card.
On the Web: www.gourmetstation.com
For the tech-savvy mom, this i-Pod holds 120 songs, and if you want to go the extra step, you can pre-load mom's favorite music before you give it to her so it's truly hassle free.
On the Web: www.apple.com/ipodshuffle/
Want to Splurge?
Since 1937 Hermes has been offering silk scarves. There are many to choose from and each one has a story to go along with it either based on mythology or a theme.
On the Web: www.hermes.com