So you forgot Valentine’s Day. We won’t ask why or how since reminders of this day are everywhere. Oversight, busy life… you have your reason, and we won’t make you feel guilty.
What we will do is help you make it right. Even better, we’ll even help you save while at it. Take a look at these jewelry suggestions to say you’re sorry that your forgot Valentine’s Day. And use coupon code SZLOG to get extra 20% off jewelry & watches! This offer excludes sale items and engagement rings.
Price with code SZLOG: $60
These heart-shaped earrings are perfect for everyday wear since they’re eye-catching without being flashy. And check out the cool contrast between the sterling silver and black crystals!
Price with code SZLOG: $380
The diamonds are definitely noticeable on these earrings, but she won’t look like she’s trying to show off. The round-cut diamond looks beautiful and elegant next to the sterling silver swirl.
(With all earring gifts, make sure she actually has pierced ears.)
Price with code SZLOG: $40
A great bracelet to get someone whom you’re just getting to know – it shows off your whimsical side!
Loads of other designs available from the Tattooed Steel collection here.
Price with code SZLOG: $236
This is a beautiful two-tone bracelet that combines trendy fashion style with elegant luxury. The black diamonds add up to a total of 1 carat!
Price with code SZLOG: $44
These four pretty little hearts make up one lucky clover. Comes with an 18″ sterling silver chain.
Price with code SZLOG: $112
For the girl who likes a little color in her accessories, this ruby pendant with chain will definitely add sparkle to her neck. It’s pretty, delicate and sparkly!
Price with code SZLOG: $180
Giving a ring as a gift can be tricky, but it can still be done even if no engagement is on the horizon. Try this emerald ring that features a stunning green color that works with any ensemble she wears.
Of course that’s not all that Ice.com has – go give their site a look to find the perfect belated Valentine’s Day gift.
How did you spend Valentine’s Day?