Let this year’s Valentine’s Day be a reminder to stay in your feminine energy, dedicating some extra time towards self care and self love. We’ve picked out some sweet, sexy, stylish (and sustainable) pieces to give to your no. 1 person — yourself.
If you live in Stockholm, you could also get yourself a flower subscription via Flowery — a company that delivers a bouquet of fresh blooms to your door via eco-conscious courier every or every other week. They work exclusively with in-season flowers, keep waste to a minimum and strive to have the lowest possible environmental impact in their overall business.
If you’d like to give yourself (or someone else) some flowers tomorrow, we’ve got you a little discount code. Enter “love10” at checkout for 10% off on their Valentine’s flower delivery. Make your order before 10 am on February 14.
Shop the Valentine’s Picks
Sensitive Facial Oil, organic and plant-based ingredients, Guy Morgan Apothecary/Reve En Vert. Sliced Rose Quartz “The Heart Stone”, Kindred Black. Heart Mabé Pearl Pendant, 100% recycled gold and ethically sourced pearl, J.Hannah.
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