Since Valentine’s Day gifts are all about showing someone how much you love and care about them, don’t you want them to be extra, extra sweet? To help give you some inspiration, we rounded up 35 gift ideas that will show them just how much they mean to you.
Valentine’s Day gift ideas for him
$129 at Parachute
After lots of time at home, chances are your man needs a serious robe upgrade. This unisex style from Parachute is available in lovely earth tones and is light enough for summer but snuggly enough to keep him warm through the winter.
$18.99 $16.99 at Amazon
If his home office is beginning to look more like a hoarder’s den, he might need this electronic organizer so he can keep all his cords, adapters and cables all in one place.
$109.95 From $69.90 at Nordstrom
Uggs are very hot right now, and these Ugg slippers for guys are one of Nordstrom’s bestsellers for good reason. The rubber sole ensures he can do anything from run errands to walk the dog, and Ugg’s signature wool lining will keep his feet cozy.
$40 at UncommonGoods
For a romantic and heartfelt gift this Valentine’s Day, you can completely personalize this book of love. Customize the cover design, names, genders and unique characteristics to tailor this book to fit your unique relationship.
$34 $27.80 at Amazon
This reusable notebook is perfect for the guy who’s taking online classes or loves taking handwritten notes for work. When you use the included pen, notes can be uploaded to the cloud or your computer, and once the notebook is full you can simply wipe it clean with a damp cloth and start all over.
$29 at Amazon
If he’s always losing his things, snag him a few Apple AirTags, which will help him track things that he lost. Just be sure to get some accessories to go along with the AirTags.
$749.99 $524.99 at Solo Stove
This fire pit from Solo Stove creates a nearly smokeless fire so he can spend some quality time in the backyard without smelling like smoke for days and days.
$23.99 $21.59 at Amazon
For his next crème brûlée or BBQ adventure, this easy-to-use butane torch is a kitchen essential.
$179 $169.95 at Amazon
With upgraded features such as Spatial Audio and a more ergonomic design, these brand-new AirPods are for the person who wants a better listening experience than with second-generation AirPods but aren’t quite willing to shell out the cash for AirPods Pro.
From $24.99 at Amazon
The old saying is the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, so this Valentine’s Day give him this sandwich maker that can whip up a breakfast sandwich in just minutes. This quick and easy maker will cook your egg, bread and meat all at once for a delicious sandwich any time of the day.
$145 at Our Place
Does the man in your life need more than a simple breakfast sandwich to get full? The Always Pan, which we absolutely love, is as useful as it is beautiful, acting as a nonstick pan, sauté pan, steamer, skillet and more.
For the spice-loving guy, this delicious hot sauce is infused with black truffle and agave nectar for a rich and intriguing flavor. Have a serious hot sauce fiend in your life? He’ll love you for giving him Truff’s variety pack, which comes with three different truffle hot sauces with varying spice levels.
$129 $99 at Tushy
It might seem like an odd present to give this Valentine’s Day, but trust us, anyone you give a Tushy bidet will be forever grateful. With easy installation and adjustable nozzle, this simple bidet, which we named the best bidet attachment of 2021, will change how you go to the bathroom forever.
$105 at ThermoWorks
Our pick for the best meat thermometer, the improved Thermapen One was the fastest and most accurate thermometer we tested, and had the easiest-to-read display. If you’re serious about your cooking, then it’s worth the price.
$42 at Bombas
If Ugg slippers aren’t his vibe (understandable), these Bombas gripper socks are a fantastic alternative. Available in a ton of funky colors, the soft brushed lining keeps his feet cozy while the grippers on the bottom keep him from slipping.
$149 $109 at Good Chop
Want to get them some more meat to use with that new meat thermometer? We tried a variety of Good Chop’s offerings, from flat irons and filet mignons to pork chops, and were incredibly impressed with the quality, taste and quick shipping. You can get a medium box full of meats of your choosing shipped monthly to your man for just around $100.
$299 at Therabody
If you’re shopping for a guy whose main hobby is working out, a Theragun massage gun is for you. The Theragun Prime comes with five customizable speeds and is quieter than an electric toothbrush with a 120-minute battery life. Want something a little smaller? The Theragun Mini is fantastic as well.
$59.99 at Amazon
Who needs flowers when you can get him this bouquet of exotic meat sticks? This carnivorous collection features elk, bison and venison so he can snack away to new and interesting flavors.
$39.99 at Yeti
Our pick for the best water bottle of 2021, the Yeti Rambler is incredibly sturdy and has a fantastic lid that allows you to both drink quickly and easily fill the bottle with ice and water. You can read all about it in our guide to water bottles here.
Valentine’s Day gift ideas for her
$399.99 at Dyson
This hair dryer will literally change the way your partner thinks about drying their hair. No longer will it be a tiresome chore that takes upward of 30 minutes. This hair dryer from Dyson is super efficient and makes drying your hair actually enjoyable. Trust us, we tried it.
$45 at UncommonGoods
A couple who drinks wine together stays together (isn’t that the saying?), which is why this set of chilling coasters made of reclaimed granite is perfect for you and your partner. The stones neatly fit stemless wine glasses and keep chilled wine nice and cold between every sip.
$45 at Magnolia Bakery
Shopping for someone with a sweet tooth? Then surely they’ll appreciate this date night pack from Magnolia Bakery, one of New York City’s most famous dessert spots. This sampler comes with two Valentine’s Day-themed cupcakes and two samplings of its infamous chocolate covered strawberry pudding. Yum!
$17.98 at Amazon
If she loves all things spicy, give her this Sichuan chili sauce packed with tingly, spicy and umami flavors. Plus, it’s all natural, vegan and gluten-free.
$75 at Mejuri
When shopping for jewelry for your loved one, a good rule of thumb is to always stay simple. Clean, elegant designs like these bold hoop earrings from Mejuri are timeless and can pair with nearly any outfit.
$49.99 at Book of the Month
Celebrate her inner bookworm with a subscription to Book of the Month, which can send her her own choice for the best book every single month, along with discounted classics.
$199 at Yana
If you’re shopping for a woman who loves her bed possibly more than she loves you (and we say that with all due respect), this body pillow is a game changer. As one Underscored editor puts it, “Yana’s isn’t just your average long pillow; it’s an innovative U-shaped pillow that wraps around your body and contours to your curves. That’s right — a pillow that hugs you back. You haven’t known comfort until you’ve enjoyed a peaceful slumber wrapped up in a Yana.”
$399 at Ooni
Got a girl who loves pizza? Why not give her her own pizza oven? We tried out the Ooni Karu 16 for ourselves and found it to be an extremely simple and delicious way to cook up a pie.
From $29 at Etsy
A more minimalist take on your typical couple portrait, this shop creates a line drawing inspired by a photo of your choice. You can even get your names and a special date (anniversary or wedding date?) printed at the bottom.
From $98 at Lululemon
Our pick for the best workout leggings, these cult favorites have a buttery-soft feel and stretchiness that were unlike any other legging we tested.
From $159 at Amazon and Big Blanket Co.
Yeah, sure, they may have plenty of blankets around the house, but do they have a big blanket yet? This snuggly blanket is quite literally big enough for the whole family and comes in a whole array of colors and prints.
$320 at Aurate
What’s Valentine’s Day without a little bit of glitter? This simple diamond necklace is a perfect everyday piece without any cheesy hearts.
$258 at Lunya
An Underscored-editor favorite, this washable silk pajama set screams luxury, and the pretty pink hue is perfect for Valentine’s Day.
From $289 at Bearaby
Weighted blankets remain one of our favorite gifts to give, and this Bearaby in velvet? It’s a clear winner this Valentine’s Day.
$37 $27.75 at Etsy
Jewelry is a classic gift, but this year you can get her an extra-special piece that displays her name. Pick from sterling silver and 18-karat gold or rose gold, plus nine different sizes, for an elegant and personalized necklace she’ll never want to take off.
$29 per month at Jiggy
Quarantine changed us all in a number of ways, and for some people it meant becoming semi-addicted to puzzles. Jiggy’s puzzle club sends one of its gorgeous 500-piece puzzles, which often feature art from independent artists, on a monthly basis.