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Valentine’s gift guide for lucky last-minute shoppers

Julie Neumann / 1 min read

No present for your Valentine? No problem. We have some great gifts from Bigcommerce clients who offer express delivery, overnight shipping, local pickup or subscription packages. That means you can share the love with your sweetheart while still supporting small businesses.




Clarendon Navy Gingham Shirt from Sir Jack

This classically tailored cotton shirt is cut slightly slim for a balanced feel and refined style. Great with a tie and blazer or untucked for a casual look. $145.

Rhodia Hardbound Notebooks from Brook Farm General Store

Elegant 3.5″ by 5″ notebooks feature soft Italian leatherette covers, lined ivory vellum pages, orange ribbon bookmark and inside pocket. $18 each or $49 for a set of three.

Yeats Woodgrain Sunglasses from Bailey Nelson (Australia) 

These light, round acetate frames with polarized lenses are fashionably fun and refined at the same time. AU$95.

Quarterly subscription to Ankle Swagger

Quarterly shipments of three stylish pairs of ankle swag. So long boring black socks! Subscriptions start at $36.

Chalcedony Earrings from N&K Design

Beautiful aqua chalcedony stones in a delicate vermeil settings. $65.

Valentine Monogrammed Air Plants from Air Plant Worlds

Three handcrafted, custom engraved air plant cubes, two with initials and one with a heart,  with three Ionantha Air Plants chosen for variety. $47.

Say Hello Ceramic Mugs from Bread and Jam (UK)

Bright earthenware mugs printed with “Bonjour Beautiful” or “Hello Handsome” greetings. £8.50 or £15 for the set.

Anna Eco-Dyed Vintage Rose Infinity Scarf from Raven + Lily

Luxurious 17″ by 75″ silk infinity scarf colored with seasonal plants and vegetables. Empowers at-risk women near the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains. $68.


Julie Neumann

Julie Neumann

Julie runs all things content at Bigcommerce. A true word nerd with extensive experience in journalism and marketing, she is passionate about empowering clients and sharing their stories. Her work has been featured in Entrepreneur, Inc, Washington Post, Yahoo!, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Spin and more. She also has more books and typewriters than is strictly necessary in the 21st century.

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