Hello again, that’s right Valentines Day has come back around again and it is time to find a present for those picky ‘I don’t need anything’ boyfriends/partners/husbands/lovers! So here is my attempt at possibly helping some of you!
I am the sort of person to always buy a gift that’s practical and what I would like to think they would use.
So here are a few of my Valentines Gift Ideas for you:
In need of a smart or casual holdall for weekends away or general durability? Take a look at the Herschel Supply Co 42.5L Novel Holdall which is a great, high quality holdall which is going to handle a good amount of weight and hold the perfect amount for weekends and even a week away! I found this on ASOS for £80, which I believe is close to the top of their price range where you can purchase similar holdalls from £55-£60.
Have a guy that likes to indulge every now and then, to prep themselves? Maybe a Shaving Set would be an idea, by itself or combined as an add-on with another gift! I personally feel like some guys are very into looking after themselves, when others would make out that they do not need it, but I think they would actually quite enjoy testing these out for themselves – and come on, these Taylor Of Old Bond Street sets sound like they smell so incredible, why would anyone turn these down?!
Have a guy that loves gadgets and music? Then I would highly recommend this Sony SRS-XB2BL Portable Wireless Speaker – I actually have one of these speakers and I think it is the best one I have ever owned. The sound quality is amazing, the charge lasts for hours and it goes REALLY loud if needed! It also comes in red, purple and green.
I picked mine up from Currys for £64.99 (I believe I had it on offer for £50 at the time) but I think it is worth every penny I spent as it’s just such a great quality speaker!
If your partner enjoys cooking (which I most certainly do not), then maybe consider a new addition for the kitchen such as utensils, pans or even gadgets? You might or might not be into the whole cooking thing, but maybe this will make them cook you even more food without you having to hint! Win win!
I found this Eaziglide Neverstick2 Square Grill Pan from the John Lewis website which is £50 as an example! As you probably know, I am not exactly great in the kitchen area so I will not go into any sort of depth to this topic!
So I will be leaving this post here, I really do hope that I helped towards any ideas that you had or inspired you (probably not in my case, but hey I tried!)
Feel free to post any ideas for others if you have any, sharing is caring!
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