What do you get the woman who has everything? Or at least the woman who has the gift you just got her in December? From the It-girl candle taking over Instagram to a that will feel personalized with little to no effort, we’ve rounded up 38 great Valentine’s gifts under $50.
$10 and Under
People love getting personalized gifts, and this one couldn’t be easier.
If you’re a “words” couple rather than a “stuff” couple.
If last year you bought a choker, try this link necklace set instead.
These sheer socks are perfect for a fashion girl who loves a bit of whimsy.
This book is an easy way to recount all the small ways you love your partner.
$20 and Under
Slightly less whimsical socks — but only slightly.
These bookends look a lot more high-end than they are. And they’re useful, too!
For the girl who is still devoted to the ’90s.
$30 and Under
Get these if you’re planning on cozying up together for V-day. It’s still cold outside, after all.
The party-girl brand’s signature super-shiny lip gloss is a crowd pleaser, particularly for millennials.
Air-purifying and cute-ifying.
Give her the gift of less clutter.
A vampy red with brand-name clout. What could go wrong?
For the person whose New Year’s Resolution was to get into planting.
If she has sensitive skin and mid-century modern taste.
It’s sexy but not cheesy.
$40 and Under
Trendy, but not too trendy.
A vegan rollerball perfume for the eco-conscious traveler.
Diptyque’s signature scent feels capital-S Special.
For the woman who loves luxe fabrics.
This magenta set is great separately, but better together.
If you really mean it when you say you’ll take her dancing, buy her shoes for the occasion.
Everyone knows a woman who changes her phone case like she changes her socks. Help her stand out from the crowd with this rubber case.
The leather-wrapped chrome packaging on Givenchy’s makeup is elegantly sexy.
If there’s ever a good time to purchase something in millennial pink, it’s Valentine’s Day.
Spice up her morning smoothies.
A stylish bauble that’s perfect for date-night.
A fancy purse that’s less fussy than a clutch (and looks great with jeans).
Lingerie that’s special, but wearable enough for every day.
$50 and Under
Even the cook who has everything probably won’t have such a pretty mortar and pestle.
A pageboy cap in burgundy is cheaper than a trip to Paris.
For the seasoned chef (or dedicated take-out patron).
A perfect Valentine’s day top is feminine, red, and frilly.
A dainty lace and a neon hue are a winning, playful combo.
For the woman on the go who has a lot of stuff to take with her.
Who can resist these prettily wrapped soaps?
A birthstone necklace is classic, won’t go out of style, and shows that you care (enough to know her birthday).
The most important message for Valentine’s day.
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