12 Non-Cheesy Valentine’s Day Gifts That Aren’t Chocolate or Lingerie
Sure, sometimes cheesy is nice. But you know what else is nice? Handbags you can use for years, jewelry that’s been on your wish list since last Christmas and thoughtful gifts that will leave an impression long after the chocolate melts. To help out, we’ve rounded up a list of fun presents we’d personally be pleased to receive this holiday—even if we buy them for ourself.
Top Handle Handbag
“I Will Always Love You,” beautiful designer handbag.
JW Anderson ($1,690)
Give your home some vintage charm.
Definitively better than a heart-shaped box of chocolates.
Diamond Accented Pearl Bangle
A signature David Yurman design that forms the foundation for a growing stack...or adds to an existing one.
David Yurman ($990)
POINTY-TOE ANKLE BOOTS
Something festive that can actually be put to use after February 14.
Rag and Bone ($525)
Know Yourself Playing Cards
Questions designed to help kick-start a journey of self-discovery.
The School Of Life ($15)
Nail Polish Set
Something fun that you (and your daughter) will appreciate.
Deborah Lippmann ($36)
Double Wand Earrings
These tiny diamond-encrusted hoops have pink tourmaline, sparkling stars and orange sapphires hanging beneath.
Marlo Laz ($5,750)
This fits into the “Buy for Yourself” category. Unless you're not easily offended.
Sun Basket Subscription
So you guys can keep your resolution of ordering less takeout.
Sun Basket (from $75)
Luxe Sheet Set
To give your bed a silky smooth update whether you’re buying them alone or as a couple.
Brass Easel & Calendar
Show a loved one you're thinking of them with an incredibly practical gift (that still showcases all the cutest shots of the two of you).
Artifact Uprising ($55)