Love it: 10 best Valentine's Day gifts for him and her

If you're looking for something special for 14 February, why not try one of these elegant gifts? Or just treat yourself

 

With so many garish pinks and reds about at this time of year, it’s easy to have a last-minute taste bypass when you’re picking out a Valentine’s Day gift. To help, we’ve chosen some special, fun and romantic pressies to show you care – without going OTT.

From the arty Scribbler The Book of Hearts to Neom’s limited edition Love candle, we hope these gifts will make someone you love’s day 

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Verdict

If you’ve got a football fan in your life, we reckon you can’t go wrong with Savile Rouge’s stylish cashmere scarves. Starfish’s Personalised Heart Chalkboard lets you put an individual stamp on a thoughtful pressie that won’t make too much of a dent in your wallet. And for the bloke who doesn’t take Valentine’s Day ­– or himself – too seriously, check out Joules’ range of pants.

Buy now

  1. Neom Love Candle, £42

  2. Savile Rogue Cashmere Football Scarf, from £46.95

  3. Crown Joules Fork In Sausage Pants, £14.95

  4. Kate Spade Be Mine Studs, £40

  5. Richard James Cashmere Socks, £45

  6. Skagen Klassick Men's Three-Hand Leather Watch, £135

  7. Seahorse Personalised Heart Chalkboard, from £22

  8. Bjorn Borg Love All Lace Underwear Set, £42.90

  9. The Book of Hearts by Francesca Gavin, £9.99

  10. Nespresso Krups UMat Red Coffee Machine, £129

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