It’s two weeks until Valentine’s Day, and whether you’re still dropping hints to your significant other, trying to find a more tolerable word for your “Galentine’s” celebration with friends, or—my favorite—only planning on buying a gift for your day one, aka yourself, the time to add to cart and proceed to checkout is imminent. Luckily, this is where I come in and things start getting easy.
Your girl here took the liberty of scouring the internet for the absolute best Valentine’s Day gifts 2020 has to offer. And from affordable trinkets to hefty investments, I’ve got something for every type of recipient and budget. Whether you’re in the market non-cheesy jewelry, the season’s cutest It bag, or a chic (and smart) reusable water bottle from Amazon, I’ve got you covered. Simply keep scrolling to see and shop all 43 of my finds!
For all the fashion girls.
How to upgrade your cell phone without actually upgrading your cell phone.
Love an affordable lingerie set.
Shop the matching Ambitions Bikinis ($16).
I've been eyeing this for a while, and I feel like I finally have the perfect excuse to buy it.
Sheer bras aren't for everyone, but this is undeniably lovely.
I need these now.
Just imagine how cute these would look on a vanity.
Uniquely useful and romantic.
Who can resist a Glossier bundle?
A delight for the eyes.
Perhaps the only candle you can give without making an enemy.
It's always a good time to refresh your underwear drawer.
Everyone knows the key to my vain heart is anything personalized.
Why I'll never be able to give up on mini bags.
I don't want a Cartier bracelet—said no woman ever.
Are you okay? Because I am not.
Filing under "don't need but really want anyway."
The cute collab anyone would love.
Some of my favorite jewelry finds are the most affordable.
Adding to cart, now.
It's not often you can buy someone a timeless gift from a trendy brand without breaking the bank.
As someone who actually owns this, I can tell you it's divine.
Nothing says treat yourself like silk pajamas.
A girl can dream, can't she?
A cashmere crop top just sounds like something I need in my life.
One of few actually cool ways to do pink and red.
A little touch of the '90s for every outfit.
Nineties-inspired sunglasses are trending, and this version is perfection.
V-Day doesn't have to be all red and pink.
This versatile chemise might have been intended for sleeping, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't wear it out.
Let's just say this is not your average clutch.
The gift of better morning hair is something we all deserve.
Stackable, but so pretty you might want to wear it on its own.