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Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

This February 14, give your Valentine a gift from the heart


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Okay, lovebirds. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Looking for last-minute gift ideas? We’ve got you covered.

Here are some ideas from San Diego Magazine’s February issue.

Love Tatum "Love You Mean It" ring

We adore local jewelry designer Love Tatum. Her “Love You Mean It” ring ($48) says it all. Available at lovetatum.com

 
chocolate Valentine’s Day heart

Chocolate is a classic, failsafe Valentine’s gift, and this handmade chocolate Valentine’s Day heart ($15) is almost too pretty to eat. Almost. Available at Dallmann Fine Chocolates, 2670 Via De La Valle, Flower Hill Promenade

 
Narciso Rodriguez’s For Her eau de parfum

Perfume is another classic option. We love the feminine pink bottle of Narciso Rodriguez’s For Her eau de parfum ($94–$120). Available at Nordstrom

 
Kate Spade’s “Paris and the Single Girl” book clutch

We are obsessed with Kate Spade’s “Paris and the Single Girl” book clutch ($328). This is a great gift for your adult daughter or girlfriend—romantic, literary, and a gentle reminder that being single can be fabulous. Available at Kate Spade Fashion Valley

 
Library of Flowers hand crème

This luxe Library of Flowers hand crème ($25) is beautifully packaged and inexpensive. Plus, North Park’s adorable boutique Pigment is always worth a visit.  3801 30th Street, North Park

 
laced coral lingerie by Eberjey

For extra romance this V-Day, try some lingerie. We love this tasteful laced coral set by Eberjey (thong $44, bralette $58). Available at Anthropologie

 
rose gold enchant heart earrings

When in doubt, go for the blue box. It doesn’t matter what’s in it. Every woman will swoon at the sight of that packaging. But just for show, we love these rose gold enchant heart earrings ($450). Available at Tiffany & Co.

 

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