How to show your girl you care this Valentine’s Day
With a little help from PANDORA
Sure, the saying goes, "Everyday should be like Valentine's," but let's face it, people do expect V-Day to be that little bit more special than your average day. A bouquet of blooms has become a 'just because' go-to, whereas a steak dinner is as commonplace as birthday parties. Why not make this year's Valentine's an occasion to remember by wining, dining and spoiling your beloved with a beautiful PANDORA trinket alongside the flowers.
Here are our picks from PANDORA's Explosion of Love collection:
Let your woman know that you do notice all the small details by gifting her a piece that is as beautiful as it is intricate. Studded with vibrant pink and red stones in miniature bezels formed to mimic hearts, the collection's charms may be tiny but are bursting with love. The tree of love echoes the sentiment by spreading its branches of heart-shaped leaves and message of friendship, love and loyalty.
Spell your affection out with jewellery that does the talking for you. Rendered in sterling silver or PANDORA Rose, these minimalist pieces should relay your message of love as well as convey that trend and taste are very much your forte. Our favourite style: the '90s inspired chain earrings.
Time to be transparent with your feelings. PANDORA's Murano glass charms pass through at least 30 pairs of loving hands in their creation before landing in yours. Be it a sweet emoji or a series of lip prints, show her how you really feel and then, seal it all with a kiss.
The key to her heart may be as elusive as the answer to "What shall we eat tonight?". Fret not. As you continue on your quest to unlocking her deepest desires, a symbol of your love presented in sterling silver and darling shapes should keep her charmed.
To discover more lovely styles by PANDORA, click here for the full Valentine's 2018 collection. PANDORA's Floating Locket Necklace is part of our Valentine's giveaway. Find out how you can win it here.
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