What to give, what to wear on Valentine’s Day

Whether you’re shopping for the best present to show your loved one just how much they mean to you, or looking for the right outfit for a memorable date night, Rustan’s has got you covered.

What to give, what to wear on Valentine’s Day
(Left) Natori Ginza nightgown in black; (Right) Finders Keepers Ophelia bodice in beige
Love never goes out of style

Wear that Valentine vibe with sweetheart dresses and coordinates from Trina Turk and Finders Keepers—a new addition to the Rustan’s fashion roster.

Find chic embroidered and lacy pieces from JOA and Glamorous, or elegant midi party dresses from Josie Natori, and, another fresh drop at Rustan’s Makati, Keepsake.

If the SO planned a romantic beach trip, it would be perfect to pack swimsuits from Seafolly and Maaji, as well as island-ready pieces from Moon River and Lost + Wander. 

Those looking for perfect tokens for their lady love would find great choices from Lipault, Longchamp, and MZ Wallace. Christian Louboutin has a collection of impressive shoes guaranteed to make her fall head over heels in love.

Style and function is forever

The gents who are still stumped on what to wear for date night may stop by Ricardo Preto, Pedro del Hierro, Hackett London, or Adolfo Dominguez, where they can find style staples. Cap off the overall look with either ties or pocket squares from the Tie Bar.

Look fresh and impeccably groomed with nifty grooming keychains from Mad Style and mobile shavers from Braun and Philips.

Men who enjoy constant travel, on the other hand, will discover gift options from Pacsafe and Gouache if they’re looking for bags, and Vaultskin, Secrid, and Steve Madden for wallets and cardholders.

Say it with fine jewelry

One can never go wrong with a shiny bauble to express their sweetest “I love you.”

Make the lady love wear your love on her wrist with the Carrera y Carrera Love Bracelet. Shun the traditional diamond ring for the fun and flashy Damiani Regina Cleopatra ring, while minimalists will appreciate the subtle elegance of the John Hardy French wire earrings.

The statement-making Marco Bicego drop earrings are made for the fashion-forward person in one’s life. But those who prefer to stick to the classics may do so with a Roberto Coin diamond drop earrings or keep it dainty and sweet with a Tamara Comolli signature pair or a radiant Mikimoto South Sea pearl.

Rustan’s Silver Vault rewards those picking out the finest jewelry gifts for their Valentine with a sweet treat from brands such as Montblanc, Yvel, Damiani, Mikimoto, Tamara Comolli, Cento, Crivelli, and Aguilar de Dios, among others. Until Feb. 15, shoppers get P5,000 worth of Rustan’s gift certificates exclusive to Fine Jewelry for a minimum single-receipt purchase of P200,000 at Rustan’s Makati, Rustan’s Shangri-La, and Rustan’s Cebu.

From Feb. 7 to 10, get 25 percent discount on select Fine Jewelry items at Rustan’s Makati, Rustan’s Shangri-La, Rustan’s Cebu, Rustan’s City of Dreams, and Rustan’s Newport.

From Feb. 8 to 10, customers get 20 percent off when they purchase a John Hardy piece using FSP points at Rustan’s Makati, Rustan’s Shangri-La, and Rustan’s Cebu.

What to give, what to wear on Valentine’s Day
Rustan’s offers fine pieces, from jewelry to shoes to bags, that are perfect to wrap or wear on Valentine’s Day. 
The department store is also treating shoppers with a minimum single-receipt purchase worth P8,000 from Feb. 1 to 15 to a box of Royce Criollo Milk Chocolate.

Topics: Rustan’s , Trina Turk , Finders Keepers , Josie Natori , Carrera y Carrera Love Bracelet , Marco Bicego
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