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The month of love has arrived.
When I think about Valentines, I think imagine roses, hearts and the colour red. For the next three days, I am going to put together my top three Valentines Day gifts inspired by each of these categories.
Today, its roses and I’m going to kick things off with this gorgeous bunch from Next. Who knew Next did flowers? I certainly didn’t but as I was browsing their shoe section, I noticed the flower part and after clicking on it, I was really pleasantly surprised with what I saw.
There are loads of different options to choose from, including bouquets with chocolates and wine but for ease, I don’t think you can go wrong than with the Postal Dozen. This beautiful mix of 12 red roses can be delivered through the mail so if you’re away from your Valentine this year then this is the perfect option for you. They’re really affordable at only £22 or £26 if you choose to add chocolates to the bouquet and you will receive free delivery regardless.
For the lady who loves luxury, I would highly recommend Jo Malone as your go-to destination for all red rose inspired gifts. Whether you opt for the beautifully scented Red Roses Cologne, the Home Candle or the Pampering and Indulgent Gift Set with the bath oil and the body creme, you are sure to put a smile on her face with something from my favourite fragrance house.
The Red Rose line at Jo Malone starts at £14 and goes up to £82 for individual items so there is something there to suit most budgets. They’re all available to purchase alone or you can combine them to create your own gift set. All Jo Malone products come packaged really beautifully so you needn’t worry about wrapping them yourself.
If you’re buying for a girl who truly loves beauty then I would highly recommend the rose gift set from Korres. The Korres Wild Rose Collection is priced at £20 with free worldwide delivery for a shower gel, body milk and lip butter that all have the wild rose scent. It comes in a really simple package that would look lovely wrapped in tissue paper and popped in a gift bag. Simples!
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What rose inspired gifts have caught your eye this Valentines?
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