Ren was an Egyptian goddess who gave newborns their names. What’s in a name, you ask? In this case, black onyx and turquoise chalcedony. Yum. Earrings by Swati Jr($108). 15% discount for RG readers on all orders; email email@example.com for discount info.
Instead of flowers (eh), how about a whole bunch of flower-scented bath products from Ren ($70)?
This is the cutest thing ever: a little egg ($10.50) that, when broken, reveals a mini-garden (basil, mint, petunia, or lavender). It’s actually called an Eggling. Aw.
Something about a crystal heart strung on a silk cord seems very ’90s-chic to me (I think Clare would have pulled this off nicely), and while I can’t believe that the ’90s are now a fashionable throwback decade…well…they are. I love the idea of pairing this Courtesan Studio necklace ($120) with a flannel.
For the kitchen denizen, try the sweetest-ever apron ($32) and a set of measuring spoons ($24) that might even sway the Me in your life to actually measure things out when baking. Maybe. (Probably not.)
These Catbird rings ($92) are just adorable – of course the initials make a lovely Valentine’s Day gift, but I especially love the ampersand.
Alexandra Satine’s Art Deco ($234) is the perfect spring bag to take straight through summer and right on into fall. Maybe winter, too. It’s that beautiful.
These Govino champagne flutes are awesomely priced ($14 for 4)…and shatter-proof. That’s all I need to know.
How perfect is this Yoshitomo Nara reproduction print ($9.95) for a faraway love? Perfect.
Few things say “Valentine’s Day” more than a pair of sparkly earrings, and these pave hearts by Marc Jacobs ($58) are pretty without wandering into the Land of Twee.
I just think this looks really cozy. And it’s called a “Baggy Beach Jumper” ($123), so I’m probably right about that.
Walt Adler was the Design Director for David Yurman before leaving to start his own company, and his fully customizable Bond Bracelets (you choose the color of the strap as well as the metal used for the links; prices start at $85) “represent the bonds that hold us together.” Use code LOVEBOND for free shipping.
A luxurious scent is always a perfect Valentine’s Day gift, and I love this solid perfume from Diptyque ($48) scented with Bulgarian rose.
And finally, a Forget-Me-Knot ring ($65) hand-molded from an actual tied piece of string. Super sweet.