Valentine’s Day 2015: 11 best gifts for her under £80

Get inspiration for 14 February with our pick of the pressies

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Sen7 Atomizer: £35, liberty.co.uk

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Bought her a perfume in a beautiful bottle this year? Leave that for her dressing table and get her one of these handbag-sized holders so she can take her scent with her wherever she goes. It comes in a range of colours.

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Timothy Dunn Blue Rose Candle: £42, timothydunnlondon.com

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Scented candles are one of those little luxuries that she might not splash out on herself. This one in a colour-appropriate pink glass is a fitting Valentine’s Day treat. She’ll get notes of rosewater, raspberries and Moroccan rose, mingling with a hint of zesty orange flower and cedar.

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Vera Wang Wedgwood Treasures With Love: £40, wedgwood.co.uk

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If she loses trinkets easily, get her something pretty to put it all in. This little silver-plated box will do the job very nicely and it comes in six colours, all with different-shaped clasps, so you should find one she will like. 

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My Eclectic Chique Tablet and e Reader case, From £28, myeclecticchique.com

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For someone whose tablet or e-reader needs a bit of TLC, these bright cases, covered in fabric sourced from West Africa and lined with suede, are a change from run-of-the-mill versions on the highstreet.

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Stance Battlefield Socks: £9.99, asos.com

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The likes of Beyonce and Rita Ora wear these socks by the cool Californian-based label, so whoever you buy them for will be in good company. There are loads of designs to choose from, including these heart ones - how you interpret the name is up to you!

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View Quest Retro Mini: £79.99, amazon.co.uk

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View Quest makes great quality and great-sounding digital radios in more colours than your average tech company. They also collaborate with homewear designer Emma Bridgewater and their retro mini machine comes in three of her prints. This “Sampler” one is particularly apt for February 14.

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Coral Silk Mizuki Eyemask: £35, avenue32.com

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For a girl who values her beauty sleep, this silk eyemask by British designer Olivia von Halle is a real treat.

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Aspinal of London Heart Leather Keyring: £30, selfridges.com

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A practical but pretty gift she wouldn’t buy herself is a winner we reckon. She won’t lose her keys in the depth of her handbag with this bright lizard-print calf leather heart – and every time she looks at it, she’ll be reminded of you.

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Lily and Lionel Black Sirena Floral Makeup Bag: £45, liberty.co.uk

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A makeup bag is something she’ll use every day – this is a particularly pretty example and thanks to the dark colours, it’s also deceptively practical as it won’t get grubby in her handbag.

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Katy Leigh Love Birds Egg Cups: £20, uniqueandunity.co.uk

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These sweet ceramic egg cups by British artist and illustrator Katie Leigh make a nice pressie you can both use.

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Happy Plugs Rose Gold Headphones: £34.99, happyplugs.com

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Get her some headphones she won’t get mixed up with anyone else’s. Happy Plugs make theirs in all the colours of the rainbow, including this distinctive – and sufficiently special - rose gold pair.

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