Whether you’ve been together a few short weeks or a few long decades, Valentine’s Day is a one-of-a-kind holiday where you can show the special someone in your life exactly how you feel about them. Here, our guide for every kind of couple to finding the perfect gift for your significant other.
Roses en Vogue, Ovando ($265). 19 E. 65th St., 212-988-2600; 199 Bowery St., 212-400-0195
You can never go wrong with flowers. For the newbie couple that’s still testing the waters, gift a luxe bouquet and vase, like this exquisite Roses en Vogue piece—because nothing says V-Day quite like red roses.
Lulu Jumpsuit, Ramy Brook ($445). 22 Prince St., 212-775-0690
Show your significant other just how beautiful she is on the inside with a gift that plays up her beauty on the outside, like this classic jumpsuit that can be worn next date night or on romantic getaways to come.
Long-Term & Long-Distance: Body Painting Kit from goop
Love is Art Couple’s Paint Kit, Love is Art & goop ($70). goop.com
If you and partner typically rely on long Skype dates and late-night phone calls to get you through your time apart, get a bit closer next time you’re in the same city with this adults-only painting kit. In this case, the key to creating art is stripping down.
If you’re on the path to the altar, offer your bride-to-be a preview of years to come with a brag-worthy Valentine’s Day present. This trendy Chanel bag is not only fitting for V-Day, it’s also a statement-making accessory perfect to pack for a romance-filled honeymoon.
Sterling Silver Cuff Link with a Diamond, A.Jaffe ($295). ajaffe.com
If this is your first Valentine’s Day as hubby and wife, opt for something personal. Not only are these silver cuff links super sleek, but you can select any address in the world that means something special to you and mark it with a diamond—perhaps, the spot where you said “I do” or the place where he proposed.