Even if you’re not the type to buy into the Valentine’s Day hoopla, it's always nice to scoop up a little something for your S.O. And since time’s kind of ticking away here, we figured we’d help you out before February 14 hits you empty-handed. We know no two relationships are the same, which means while some partners may have their fingers crossed for jewelry, others are happy with a budget friendly framed photo of the two of you. So instead of giving you an array of flower bouquets and pendant necklaces, we've rounded up a few present ideas for the more adventurous gift givers (or those who know their other half really, really well).
Whether your idea of a date night is takeout Chinese food eaten exclusively on the floor of your apartment or a spur-of-the-moment getaway to an exotic locale (something we all need right about now), we’ve got something for every type of relationship ahead. Let's just say that these gifts are guaranteed to make a major impression.
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Maybe your gripe is that he doesn't yet own a wallet and just stuffs all of his cash into his pocket. Or maybe he already has a wallet (albeit 10 years old) and just needs an upgrade. Either way, this teal blue card case by Acne Studios checks every box.
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The ultimate gift of hydration. They might not know the importance of skincare now, but don't worry, they will.
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This is basically a two-in-one gift, since it'll look equally as good on you as it does on your S.O.
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Take a cue from couples throughout history... or just give him a t-shirt that says, "I really am paying attention when you start rambling on about music."
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Take your long distance relationship hands free with this adjustable phone mount. It might not be the coolest looking device we've ever seen, but it'll save you from FaceTime-induced hand cramps during your those weekly three-hour long catch-ups.