Thursday, 11 February 2016

Valentine's Day Gift Guide

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With Valentine's Day just around the corner, I thought I'd put a small gift guide together for those who are struggling with ideas to hint to their loved ones. Or if you just need some inspiration for presents coming up, here are my favourites.
It's always nice to receive a perfume, especially if it's as aesthetically beautiful as the Salvatore Ferragamo 'Signorina Misteriosa' Fragrance* exclusive to Debenhams. This scent reminds me of the YSL 'Black Opium' which is one of my favourite scents ever. I love the bottle of this fragrance and it has a sultry scent with it's Wild Blackberry and Black Vanilla notes.
How pretty is this Ted Baker Bra*? I love the attention to detail of this with the lace, silky material and cutest little hanger. Plus you can't go wrong with Red on Valentine's Day. Debenhams also have some amazing lingerie by Ted Baker, Janet Reger and which is worth a nosy at! Or take a look at their other gift ideas for her if lingerie isn't your thing!
If you're going on a date and want to play up to the whole Valentine's Day theme, this Anastasia Beverley Hills Liquid Lipstick in 'Carina' is perfect. It paints on like a lipstick, dries matte and stays put. You won't have to worry about reapplication and it is the most flattering shade of a Pink toned Red.
With a bright lip, I'd opt to kept everything else neutral, so nude nails are obligatory. One of my favourite options for a nude mani is Leighton Denny 'Supermodel'. It just gives my nails a polished look and the nude is just dark enough to not clash with my skin tone. 
If beauty or fashion options aren't what you're looking for, my next choice would be a beautifully smelling candle. Diptyque Candles aren't the cheapest of the bunch but they look pretty and burn with the most addictive aroma which fills the whole house. I'd definitely pick the Ambre scent for this time of year.
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