Rose-Themed Valentine’s Day Gift With Emo-Pop Style


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Rose-Themed Valentine's Day Gift With Emo-Pop Style

Rose-Themed Valentine’s Day Gift With Emo-Pop Style

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Is it useful to avoid clichés on occasions like Valentine’s Day? Ballads, chocolates, pink and red gifts in every bakery, lingerie and drugstore: you can go round it and sneak up on it. After all, love is universal. We may just fall or fall, or something in between. We love your neighbors, sisters, best friends.sometimes, in EuphoriaThe adoring Hungry Cassie (played by a radiant Sydney Sweeney), We Love Your Best Friend’s Ex – the most recent episode presents an exercise in pain and ecstasy with a particularly beautiful picture, including slow-rolling tears and plenty of roses. Love hurts, quote a familiar lyric. It hurts very well.

Isn’t that what gave roses its lovelorn status in the first place—the intoxicating scent and velvety petals, and bloodthirsty thorns? The standard dozen or so stalks aren’t for everyone. (On the one hand, there is a price to pay for all those off-season blooms, from labor issues to carbon footprint.) But the urge to give roses and rose-inspired things reflects the tenderness and cruelty of people. We call the whole proposition of love.

This is the spirit behind this series of tokens. There are salty rose candles from DS & Durga, wild rose tea from Masha in coastal Washington, and Susan Alexandra’s beaded bags for a kitsch look, all available on the nose. There are also alternative options for rosy shades, like the Sophie Lou Jacobsen glass bottle and Pure Beauty’s pretty front roll. With this round of Valentine’s Day treats, it’s all about multisensory stimulation – as small as the sauce on Fly by Jing’s tongue. Kind of not to love?

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