poisepolish.: Valentine's Day gift guide: Part II

February 09, 2012

Valentine's Day gift guide: Part II

I had too much fun sourcing for the best Valentine's Day presents and I don't think doing one post is enough. So here are more unique, edgier selections for the more urban-sleek ladies out there. To my readers who are single this year, you don't have to wait for your prince charming to receive these, I really think Valentine's Day means it's time to love yourself too, let's say, it's a valid excuse to reward and treat yourself. Here's your call.


1. Tom Ford Nail Lacquer in Bordeaux Lust for USD30. Always aim for perfect nails, long and sharp in dark red.

2. Christian Louboutin anniversary book, USD150.

"An extraordinary monograph created by Christian Louboutin, renowned for his beautifully crafted handmade shoes, in particular his elegantly sexy stilettos. This stunning volume, with a fanciful and intricate pop-up, an elaborate foldout cover, and dramatic still-life photography, evokes the artistry and theatricality of Louboutin's shoe designs."

3. Hermès Collier de Chien in Rouge Garance Chamonix, the perfect shade of red.

4. Prada "flame" shoes from Spring 2012. Definitely the hottest shoes to come off the S/S 12 catwalk. Read my post about it here and here.

You can find more great gifts with these Macys Coupons available for everything from clothing to cosmetics. Images from various sources, graphics by Ivonne.


  1. Really beautiful, I especially love the nail polish!


  2. really good gift ideas :)


  3. Yup, I adore the shoes! (I plan on spoiling myself on Valentine's day...I think it's ok too!)

  4. OMG I want all of this, plus part I! Will give the bf some hints ;)
    Btw I love your blog, you have a new follower!

  5. thanks for your lovely comment..
    I'm following you now..

  6. Valentine day is a silent expression...Value the emotions of your loved one by offering an inspirational gift.
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