Scotch Street Vintage Valentine's Gift Guide

Valentine's Day can be tricky whether you just started a new relationship or if you are in a long term relationship and for many who are not in a relationship at all...let's be honest Valentine's Day can just plain suck. So here at Scotch Street Vintage we wanted to make it a little easier with a gift guide for all the different relationship stages you may be in.

 We Just Started Dating  - Girl


If you just started dating and really like her but aren't ready for an expensive piece of jewelry that might send the wrong message the best bet is a really thoughtful gift that shows you have been paying attention and are really enjoying getting to get to know her. Does she love butterflies...then how about this beautiful vintage Lenox Butterfly Trinket Box. Is she not loving winter and longing for about a beautiful upcycled flower ring (you could tell her you wanted to bring her Spring a little early). Is she fashion crazed...try something from our Vintage Brooch Collection because they are versatile and making a huge come back. 

I'm Falling For Her or I Fell For Her Long Ago


So this is kinda a double category either you are not married and not ready for that step or are married so a ring is not needed. We have a wonderful selection pendants, bracelets and earrings to wow the one you love!

It is Time to Ask...She is the ONE


Well if you are ready to pop the question congratulations! It can be a very exciting and stressful experience but we are here to help. I am so proud to say Scotch Street Vintage has provided "the ring" for more than 300+ engagements so while my you can find my favorites above I really suggest you read our blog post 2019 Trending - Wedding Jewelry to get some good ideas.

Ummm...I'm Getting Myself a Gift


I know not everyone is in a relationship so splurge on yourself and take advantage of our Valentines Day Sale! Above are some of our favorite new things at Scotch Street Vintage and check out all our New Arrivals.

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published