Who loves ya, baby? StyleBlueprint does — and to prove it, we’re offering up a full menu of fabulous FINDS for February. Whether you’re shopping for a dog lover, chocoholic, your cutie patootie, your man or you best gal pal, we’ve got the Cupid-approved gifts for everyone on your list.
Cuddle up with your cutie this Valentine’s Day under this luscious, furry throw from Social, and you’ll never notice a chill in the air. $335
These music-themed prints from Hollywood Feed pay homage to your favorite breed of dog – as well as add a dash of musical whimsy to your décor. $21.99 and $29.99
Custom cheese boards
We’re thrilled the personalization craze has made its way to serving pieces – and more specifically, to a line of cheese boards that make excellent gifts for the bride and groom, the new homeowner or the entertainer in your life. Prices vary. Personalized 12-by-12-inch board, $112 at Southern Avenue Company
A little bit of spring is in the air at the Pottery Barn Outlet over on Spottswood. Case in point, these Marlowe vases and pitcher. With thin, pounded iron handles and a distressed patina, these ceramic pieces are definitely multitaskers. Do note, however, that the pitcher is merely decorative, and not for serving up massive amounts of margaritas or other beverages fit for human consumption! $49 to $109
A gorgeous, hardware-inspired bowl is just the ticket for your handy man, by local sculptor Elisha Gold. $275 from City & State.
Bring the beach — or memories of your time there — inside your home with this table lamp. Featuring a wood base and sea urchin detailing, the lamp also offers a go-with-everything neutral double shade. $145 from Turkoyz @ Home
Those happy little gifts we all love to bestow on our friends are sometimes a bit hard to give away. Don’t judge, please. Who wouldn’t want to keep a stack of Cosgrove & Lewis handcrafted soaps all to themselves? $5.99 each at Miss Cordelia’s in Harbortown
Our hydration-starved skin has met its true love — papaya body balm by June Jacobs. This super-creamy, lightly scented balm is an instant skin quencher, and we are hooked. $50 from Mona Esthetics
Crazy socks are all the rage — and these festive Valentine toe socks are just the ticket for the girlie-girl in your life. They even come wrapped like a cupcake! $8 at Booksellers
Pacifier clips featuring interesting fabrics and jeweled embellishments are a fashionable way for baby and pacifier to stay connected. $16, from Falling into Place
Our biggest regret from our last trip to France (okay, our only trip to France?): Not nabbing an iconic French market tote. (We know, we know, but the suitcase was already full!) Fortunately, Worlds Apart has us covered with a selection of embellished wicker totes for $55 each.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
For the barbecue lover, a selection of Southern-made sauces (including a few Memphis in May BBQ Championship winners) will tempt the taste buds. Offerings include Muddy Pond, a sorghum-based sauce, $8.99; and The Shed’s spicy mustard sauce, $4.69, at Whole Foods Germantown.
We adore Cava — the Spanish sparkling wine that’s pretty much replaced our usual champers. The Wine Market has expanded its selection of Spanish wines, sparkling and otherwise, including this lush 2011 reserve offering from Juve y Camps for $17.99.
There’s only one duck you can eat at the Peabody’s Deli and Desserts — this white chocolate, mousse-filled, raspberry-topped creation from the hotel’s amazing pastry chefs. Each duckie is $8.75, and you can get them to go — a perfectly sweet way to end your Valentine’s Day.