Sure, Valentine’s Day is a made-up holiday. But that doesn’t mean you don’t need to get your partner anything. Trust us. And hitting up your local drugstore or grocery chain on February 14 to pick up some last-minute flowers or candy just won’t cut it. No, Valentine’s Day gifts require a bit more effort and planning. That’s where we come in.
This year, why not go all-out for your significant other? Whether they’re a fashion fanatic, a fragrance lover or a watch junkie, there are gifts out there your partner will actually love. And you don’t really need to shell out big bucks to make their heart flutter. We put together a list of 20 thoughtful presents that will score you big points with your SO for as little as $45. But if you want to make a real impression, we’ve got some beauties that’ll earn you plenty of hugs and kisses. Think in-demand opera gloves, a previously sold out scent and, of course, some serious bling. You can thank us later. Now it’s time to shop.
From designer frames that can be worn as glasses or shades to a perfectly matched candle set, here are the best Valentine’s Day gifts. That way it’s super easy to show just how much you love that special someone.
Men love flowers too. But not the kind of flowers that wilts. They love edible bouquets.
This tasty and meaty bouquet from www.manlymanco.com is something that they will really love.
SOKO Waridi Threader Earrings, $88 at SOKO
These earrings make a subtle statement.
Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia Eau de Parfum, $108 at Sephora
Because giving actual flowers just won’t cut it.
Bottega Veneta Square-Frame Tortoiseshell Acetate Optical Glasses, $360 at Net-a-Porter
Can be worn as glasses or too-cool-for-school shades.
Eloquii Pleated Satin Skirt, $79.95 at Eloquii
A timeless classic.
& Other Stories Rib Knit Midi Dress, $119 at & Other Stories
Ideal for date night.
Common Projects Original Achilles Saffiano Leather Sneakers in Gray, $325.50 at MR PORTER
Pixie Market Rhea Choker Knit Top in Brown, $85 at Pixie Market
This looks like it came straight from the late 90s, which is a good thing.
The Frankie Shop Puella Waistcoat in Lotus, $126 at The Frankie Shop
Works for the office and on weekends.
Valentino Garavani Leather Gloves, $483 at mytheresa.com
Opera gloves are here to stay.
Deborah Lippmann Beautiful Dirty Rich, $45 at Deborah Lippmann
Nine shades, endless possibilities.
Q Timex 1978 Reissue Day-Date 37mm Leather Strap Watch, $169 at Urban Outfitters
Sleek and sophisticated.
Lisa Says Gah Alyssa Top in Wild Hearts Brown, $148 at Lisa Says Gah
Lots to love.
Reformation Sigmund Dress Es in Linguini, $248 at Reformation
For day or night.
Staud Scotty Bag, $325 at Bloomingdale’s
The tomato red shade is pretty striking.
The Frankie Shop Holly Oversized Coat in Orange, $399 at The Frankie Shop
Thank goodness there’s more winter to come.
Zara Cable Knit Sweater With Buttons, $59.90 at Zara
All kinds of cozy.
Boy Smells Connection Bundle, $65 at Boy Smells
The perfect pair.
Mango Animal Print Blouse, $59.99 at Mango
Y-3 Logo Belt, $80 at Shopbop
Makes getting dressed a cinch.
Nanushka Yareli Crepe-Viscose Tile Print Pants in Brown, $395 at Nanushka
Bold and beautiful.
Source by www.thefashionspot.com
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