Valentine's Day is a bit like middle age. You think it's far away and then one day, it's crept up on you and bam — IT'S HERE (and you're screwed). But don't worry, there's still time, and we're here to help find the perfect gift for the ladyfriend in your life. Here, 16 picks approved by the women of Hunker:
Gifting perfume can be risky, especially for those who already have a signature scent. Phlur's gift set offers a way to eliminate the guesswork, as she'll first receive three fragrance options. Your ladyfriend decides which one she likes best, and then Phlur sends her a full-size bottle.
Miansai's designs are all truly handcrafted and their commitment to sourcing only the best materials makes their wares feel truly worthwhile. Our pick? These thoughtful, architecturally inspired gold vermeil earrings — even the backings are unique.
There's no such thing as someone who doesn't love Diptyque. Rose Delight is the Parisian candlemaker's latest limited edition, featuring a scent that's a cross between Turkish Delight confections and a rose garden.
Show her home some love with this playful LED heart sign.
Rosé and macrame. Not quite a combination we would have thought of, but it really speaks to us — so chances are, it'll speak to the women in your life, too. The best part about this gift set? Every box sold helps educate 100 women on their risks and symptoms of ovarian cancer.
This futuristic looking hair dryer is a splurge, but people say it's amazing (seriously, we've heard this so many times). Its super-fast technology allows you to dry your hair in mere minutes.
Give the gift of caffeination: This particular Nespresso machine brews both coffee and espresso drinks in two cup sizes.
Truth: We never gave up on Ugg boots because they are damn comfortable. And if Ugg boots feel like you're walking on pillows, then this robe feels like you're wrapped in them.
Luck be a lady: This made-to-order, yarn-wrapped horseshoe is meant to bring luck to any home it's hung in.
Here's the concept: Pick a word like "brave" or "hope" to go on your Giving Key necklace. Wear your key, embrace its life lesson, and then hand it over to a person who needs the message more than you.
The Little Market is a nonprofit founded to empower the world's female artisans, so this gift not only shows love to its receiver, but also to all the women of the world. Included is a cookbook wrapped in a hand towel made in Ethiopia and wooden spoon from Kenya.
Not to be mistaken with THC (the chemical that makes you feel high), the hemp oil in these chocolates offers a non-psychoactive, calming effect that can help manage stress or pain. (But, you know, chocolate is already pretty good at that.)
Jack's Wife Freda might sound like an indie movie or a new band whose music you don't understand, but it's actually one of our favorite NYC restaurants, which is known for its super cozy atmosphere and delicious brunch. While gifting someone a cookbook might feel a bit like, "Hi, please go slave over an oven for me," we think you'll find these recipes (green shakshuka, rose water waffles) are best when made and enjoyed together.
Created by Swedish architecture firm Claesson-Koivisto-Rune, this sleek brass jewelry holder's design is just too good. The top opens up to store small items like earrings; rings can be stacked up on the outside.
There's no way to go wrong with a gift from handbag maven Clare V., who is known for combining simple, west coast style with a touch of France. This veg-tanned leather coaster set is a festive V-Day offering, because who buys leather coasters for themselves?
Foodie friend? This salt grater adds a luxurious touch to any meal, and the pink Himalayan salt fits the occasion flawlessly.