Valentine gifts for girlfriend - 2011 and tips for guys
2011- Is it because I'm a girl or is pink just something that I really, really want right now? Roses and champagne, chocholate and valentines card, alright..I surrender, theese things are all really nice to get too, but a little imagination wouldn't hurt? Here is some tips!
Soap, Soap and Soap..so much cute stuff..La Maltese $ 23
The little box makes me all happy inside!
Bulletathome..more soap, Le Pug here with a clean woodsy-floral sent..$23
Perhaps, of course by accident will I'll show this to my boyfriend (secretly hoping) that he will get some inspiration(he ows me from last years event). But on the other hand..as hyped and 'supposed to be super romantic' a Valentine can be/or not, the real Love is shown in the little things, a candle-lit dinner or just making the dishes would do...
Banana Republic Marc Jacobs Daisy Perfume
Beaded ribbon necklace 1.7 mill $57 and 3.4 mill $72
Check out Sephora to buy Marc Jacobs fragrance
/gift sets Daisy/Marc Jacobs
But if the imagination lacks and the candles burn out, a wishlist is a best second thing. I have learned not to expect anything from theese wish-lists, it started way back, being maybe 6 years old and had that 'sad puppy face on' when all the gifts where unwrapped, realising that Santa wasn't going to give me that pink barbie house(or something like that)a wishlist can be also be a bad thing, making you feel like you didn't deserve that thing you wished for and you are simply not worth it, bad luck, karma, unlucky and all that other cwack. Girls! If you want it, save for it and why not..go out and buy it. More shopping tips, check out: Shopaholics Anonymous
Something to read?
Info/from fishpond/about Paris-1962 VS Elle Magazine, subsrcribe
Paris 1962 Yves Saint Laurent/ 24 issues(2 years)$16, 12 issues $10
Christian Dior/price $103.44 Feb-2009 issue with Kate Hudson
On assignment for Esquire magazine in 1962, fashion photographer and filmmaker Jerry Schatzberg documented the ultra-exclusive world of French haute couture in stunning photographs of famous fashion icons. All the glamour and drama of the runway is presented, including images of Yves Saint Laurent's first collection after leaving Dior, as well as tastemakers such as Diana Vreeland and American Vogue editor Jessica Daves mingling in the chic crowds.Fishpond
Then again, a box of chocholate, bottle of wine, dinner at a 'favourite' restaurant, card and roses..the old fashion ones hardly goes out of style..
Love is always in Fashion!...