Our Hearts Are A Flutter With These Valentine's Day Gift Ideas
You either love it or shun it, but either way there is no escaping it. Valentine's Day — a day filled with chocolates and cherubs — and, for many, the pressure of what would make a good gift to show your significant other your love. Here are few ideas that will make hearts swell.
Couples That Sweat Together, Stay Together
If you're into fitness, nothing says I love you like some fresh new athleisure wear. Whether it's for hitting the gym or simply flexing style on the streets, we've found something for you and your #swolemate. For her, Valentino's Techno Jersey dress is red hot. The tracksuit-inspired red dress features white contrast stitching that zips up the front and has a detachable hood. For him, he can kick it in Valentino's Garavani Flycrew sneaker in red suede with white rubber sole with palladio micro stud detail, because, well, he's a stud.
Will You Accept This Rose?
Going beyond the iconic red bottom, which is fitting enough for the day when red dominates, Christian Louboutin's intricate floral details will outshine any bouquet. For her, the Madonaflor heel is black slingback with a handmade sequin flower embellishment, beading and Swarovski crystals. For him, the Casano Flat, a black velvet smoking slipper named after the legendary 18th-century seductor, that has a red satin hand-made that when stored properly will never wilt.
We will keep it PG, but when unboxing gifts from Eres and Versace it might lead to a little Bruno Mars "Versace on the floor." For her anything from Eres — whether it be a two-piece set, bodysuit or nighty from the Parisian maker of lacey undergarments — she'll feel confident and sexy. For him, Versace fitted boxer briefs in red will feel like second skin.
You Got This Relationship In The Bag…
Newly dating or in it for the long haul, show you've got your relationship in the bag. For her, Celine's bold red, Big Bucket bag will tote all her necessities and for him, Gucci's red portfolio featuring the brand's vintage prints from the eighties will show him he's a keeper.
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