Good things come in twos – just like you and her – so we’ve coupled the finest Valentine’s Day gifts for her in pairs. Some of the best Valentine’s day gift ideas, especially the unique ones, are those that feel like a gift for both you and her. From cooking together for your date night in, to an intimate night in, to chic gadgets and apparel, these products just earned you best boyfriend ever status.
Good Head, Good Heart
Be on-brand for Valentine’s Day with two soft gold hearts containing whimsical-yet-powerful messages. Both are perfect conversation-starters when she’s attending one of those networking cocktails, which makes the Rebecca Minkoff clutch ever-the-more relevant because: Get it, girl
Touch Of Rose
Between the dry air and the work and school demands of the colder months, winter can take its toll. Royal Apothic’s hand cream, which smells like the Secret Garden, will keep her hands soft and Nixon’s new rose gold Kenzi, stylish and on-time to all her commitments, including your date.
Nothing says inspiration like a tough broad – Betty Halbreich, 86, who was responsible for dressing the rich and powerful at Bergdorf Goodman’s for most of her life – and the exquisite homes of worldly creatives. Here are both, packaged in pretty hardcover books that are themselves nice coffee table and bedside decorations.
Belle Of The Ball
Whether she’s prepping for a night on the town or a day at the office, these two beauty essentials will make her stand out in a crowd, looking the best there (as usual). ILIA’s lipstick, which comes in a wide range of shades, is made of bioactive organic ingredients while D.S. & Durga’s Poppy Rouge contains hints of Neroli, citrus, vanilla and a light musk.
New year, new habits, new accessories: on the one hand, Need Supply’s chic gold cuff is good for looking sharp. On the other, Nike’s latest activity tracker is also chic, but especially useful in setting goals and keeping constant track of her active lifestyle while on-the-go.
Sunday Fun Day
Make her walk about town infinitely better by encouraging her to swap those heels for the streetstyle-chic Nike Roshe. And, while you’re at it, throw in Skullcandy’s sophisticated Knockout headphones so she can listen to the Spotify playlist you made her.
Protect Ya Neck
Valentine’s Day is probably the best excuse to spend some one-on-one time together amid all the obligations and distractions of the modern day. For that, a sexy (yet comfortable) outfit and dark red smelling candle can only help.
Resolution or not, vegetables are en vogue and part of it has to do with UK chef Yotam Ottolenghi and his beautifully executed vegetarian dishes that have seduced many a meat eater. The other culprit? Juicing. Save her the $5 fancy bottle of juice with, well, a juicer she can make her own concoctions with.