Saturday, 9 February 2013

Valentines Day Gift Ideas

Yes, it is already that time of the year again, the time when girls get giddy about what they may or may not open on the morning of the 14th, and boys frantically search the stores on the 13th, hoping that what they want isn't sold out yet.

Here's a little guide on some amazing valentines day gifts, ranging from small to large budgets. As with all of my wishlists and gift ideas, just click the product name to go straight to the product page.

Illamasqua Imperfection nail polish in Speckle - How much does this nail polish remind you of mini eggs? The Lilac 'Speckle' is my personal favourite but the whole collection is absolutely gorgeous and would make a brilliant gift to open. 

Lomography 'Diana Mini Love Letters' camera is so adorable and is the perfect gift for any budding photographer. At £100 this is isn't a cheap present, as you will need to buy film to load the camera with, but it's completely worth it for the vintage style prints you can create.

When I first saw these Jack Wills knickers I fell in love. They are so dainty and girly, but not too young in style. The frilly lace trim around the hem is a cute addition, and as with all Jack Wills products, you can expect good quality for your money.

It's no secret that I am massive Pantone fan, so obviously one of their classic products would worm it's way into my Valentines gift ideas guide. This Pantone Universe 'Ketchup Red' mug is the colour for Valentines day, and made from bone china, it is dishwasher and microwave safe.

If you have not already smelt Marc Jacobs Oh Lola!, I suggest you immediately get yourself down to your nearest perfume counter and ask to try it. Trust me, you will not be disappointed! This vibrant and floral perfume comes in a beautiful bottle which is just screaming to sit on your dressing table. Boys, you can find it in Boots and it's currently on offer at £56.70 for a 100ml bottle.

At £20.00 Diptyque 'Roses' mini candle may be slightly pricey for a small candle, but you really can't go wrong with Diptyque products, they smell amazing, ooze tradition and class and are in every girl's wishlists somewhere.

What did you think of my Valentines gift guide? Do you like these products?



  1. Everything here is so cute! Especially the camera!

  2. Such a sweet post :) I love lomography for their quirky cameras, I have a Sardina & Fish Eye which I love!

    Sam xx

  3. i really want that nail polish!

    from helen at thelovecatsinc // youtube

    ps. enter my new giveaway to win the UD naked basics palette, real techniques brushes and essie polishes! click here.


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