This Valentine’s Day, treat yourself to stuff that makes even spoken-for girls wish they were single ladies.
A bouquet eventually wilts; a floral bracelet never will.
Cliche heart box of chocolates? Meh. Stay svelte with figure-friendly treats that taste just as good.
Having someone’s heart is one thing, but a gold-plated heart necklace is far more accessible.
True love stands the test of time — so does a cool clock from Circle Art at Home.
Who needs a candlelit dinner for two when you and friends can feast around the communal table on seafood, prime rib, and truffle mac and cheese at the Edge, Steak & Bar ($65 per person)?
Resting your head on someone’s shoulder isn’t nearly as comfy as a love pillow.
Sweet nothings whispered in your ear pale in comparison to dangly new earrings.
Relationships are easy to get wrapped up in — so is a new pom-pom scarf.
Carrying a torch for someone can weigh you down; Cowshed travel candles lighten the load.
Sheer animal magnetism eventually wears off; a sheer animal-print dress is easy to throw on.
Whitney said it best: Loving yourself is the greatest love of all.
Read on for more Valentine’s Day ideas that make us weak in the knees.
Photo: Courtesy of Charm & Chain