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T.J.Maxx & Marshalls launching a holiday gift hotline

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Got gift issues? There's help this holiday. T.J.Maxx and Marshalls are launching a holiday gift hotline to help shoppers find standout gifts for anyone on their list at any budget. Tomorrow I'm teaming up with some shopping pros to man (or is than woman?) the phones on the T.J.Maxx and Marshalls Holiday Hotline.

The hotline opens today, Tuesday, December 3rd and is up through Friday, December 6th. Shoppers seeking a little gift guidance can call 1-855-404-GIFT (4438) anytime between 9 a.m. EST and 5 p.m. EST daily.

I'm joining a panel of 14 fashion, style and gift experts, to help take the guesswork out of holiday shopping. Me and my team will be available to provide professional and personal gifting consultation for free!

Giuliana Rancic

To help kick-off the hotline, E!'s Giuliana Rancic will be available to provide gift-seekers with holiday gifting ideas and inspiration Tuesday morning. "With a large family and a long list of co-workers, I've become quite the pro when it comes to finding unique gifts that are sure to wow every person on my list!" said Rancic. "I turn to T.J.Maxx and Marshalls to find everything from luxe cashmere sweaters to gourmet chocolates from Switzerland. The prices are unbelievable for the great quality I find at the stores!"

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Giuliana's top gift picks from T.J.Maxx & Marshalls:
That Special Someone – Many times the hardest person to shop for is the person closest to you. My husband and I are always traveling, so I opt for gifts that fit into our on-the-go lifestyle, like a gorgeous leather duffel and a matching shave kit.
Girls, Girls, Girls – I have so many girlfriends on my list and they tend to be quite the entertainers! From colorful cocktail shakers to crystal decanters, these items make for the perfect hostess gift.
The Gourmand – For those food lovers with great taste (and there are a lot in my big Italian family!), opt for a gourmet gift basket ranging from $20 to $200, stocked with aged vinegars, olive oils and pastas straight from Italy.
Playing Hard to Get? – For those who seem to have everything, a luxury item like a cashmere throw blanket or sweater can be the perfect solution. They'll be thanking you when they're staying warm on those cold winter nights!

This hotline is especially helpful for husbands...just saying.


In addition to Julianna, the hotline will be staffed by some of my favorite gifting experts.

· @NicoleYoungStyle - Nicole Young
· @DaisyLewellyn – Daisy Lewellyn
· @MomTrends – Nicole Feliciano
· @AudreyMcClellan – Audrey McClelland
· @JeneLuciani – Jene Luciani
· @RamshackleGlam – Jordan Reid
· @FashionPulse – Julia DiNardo
· @VeraSweeney – Vera Sweeney
· @JennFalik – Jenn Falik
· @StyleandPepper – Jessie Artigue
· @CheapChicas - Lilliana Vazquez
· @BeChicMag – Mercedes Sanchez
· @MichelleMadhok – Michelle Madhok
· @PamelaPekerman – Pamela Pekerman

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