All You Need Is Love...And A Few Gifts!
Red lace halter gown from fashion brand Rebirth Couture (Photo: IG: @rebirth.couture)

Desire is not always practical, or predictable for that matter. Why, then, should a gift from the heart be? If your love language is giving gifts blow it out of the park this Valentine's Day for your special one. Go for the extraordinary, which will only make your romantic gesture even more memorable. Whether you're sticking to traditions or going in a new direction, there are plenty of options.

Chocolates and a bouquet are a safe bet but why not up the ante this year with jaw-dropping apparel? Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF) rounds up a few statement pieces from local designers and retailers. Men, take note. Whether you're a fan of the classic red and white or if you want to switch things up with trending Viva Magenta (the Pantone colour for 2023) the pieces, we reckon, will surely steal her heart.


Photos: Josh Kolbo, Nix Studios,

IG: @robbanthony1, @resortwearbyeroleenja, @kadiannicelyexclusive, @bridgetsandalsja, @bijouxjamaica, @thecollettecollective, @rhea_imani, & @rebirth.couture

The Insert Patchwork Bandage Dress in red and magenta from Resortwear by Eroleen (Photo: IG: @resortwearbyeroleenja)
The Panthère de Cartier Watch from Bijoux (Photo: IG: @bijouxjamaica)
The Smoking Jacket and Two Pleat Trouser in White Linen with the Girocollo Top from Diotima are the perfect balance of masculine and feminine energies. (Photo: Josh Kolbo)
Polymer Clay Earrings in Magenta from The Collette Collective (Photo: IG: @thecollettecollective)
The Mini Love Bag from Robb Anthony's Valentine's Day collection (Photo: IG: @robbanthony1)
The Vega Dress from Kadian Nicely is a show-stopper. (Photo: IG: @kadiannicelyexclusive)
Rhea Imani's Norda Skirt Set is perfect for a date night. (Photo: IG: @rhea_imani)
You can't go wrong with a pair of Red Roses from Bridget (Photo: IG: @bridgetsandalsja)

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