Not sure what to get the partner that doesn’t buy into the day of love? Don’t worry, our Valentine’s day under £10 gift guide is here to help.
Valentine’s day is around the corner, but what do you do if you haven’t been seeing your date for very long? Or, perhaps, if your partner isn’t a big fan of mushy displays of love, and has asked to keep presents to a minimum?
Finding a Valentine’s day present that acts as a cute token, but also isn’t a complete waste of coppers is tricky. Luckily for you, we’ve come up with an adorable selection of gift ideas that and won’t get immediately chucked in the bin - all for under £10. You could even pair it with one of these hilarious anti-Valentine’s day cards for extra funny points.
This chocolate flavoured, hand-iced biscuit will make your love’s day after dropping through their letter box.
Everything I Know About Love by Dolly Alderton
Dolly Alderton’s sensitive, funny and revelationary book talks about love in all of its forms making it a thoughtful gift for a friend or a partner.
George & Viv Love Letter bar soap
Hand soap has been given a romantic re-vamp thanks to this gorgeous mini love letter. But as beautiful as the outside is, the interior is even more sumptuous with notes of raspberry cassis and bergamot, night-blooming jasmine and fresh-picked peony.
Shop George & Viv Love Letter bar soap at Anthropologie, £7
Enamel pin badge
Show your love through the medium of pin badges, with this adorable little accessory.
Reusable Kind Bag
This cheeky bag is not only a pretty present, but a practical one too. Give it to your loved one so that they can think of you every time they do their bit for the environment, using this reusable shopping bag made completely from recycled plastic.
Benamôr Lip Cream
This beautifully packaged lip balm is made using coconut oil and shea butter to make yours, or your love’s, lips as soft as possible.
Metallic Dot-Print Ankle Socks
What’s not to love about these quirky socks? Whether your Valentine is the kind of person to wear them loud and proud, or around the house, they’ll definitely put a spring in their step.
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Megan Murray is a senior digital writer for stylist.co.uk, who enjoys writing about homeware (particularly candles), travel, food trends, restaurants and all the wonderful things London has to offer.