Valentine's Day Gift Guide, if You Don't Want Diamonds

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People Get Ready In-Ear Headphones $40

Great quality, noise-isolating, earth-friendly, in-ear headphones. Uniquely crafted with earth-friendly material and recycled plastics, these provide the perfect balance of funky lifestyle expression and high-quality sound.

The 52-inch fabric cord helps reduce tangles and is specially engineered to cut down on static so you get that clear sound. The House of Marley's mission is to create high-quality products in the most ethical and environmentally positive way. They use natural, earth-friendly and renewable materials in their products and packaging, such as sustainably sourced, FSC-certified woods, organic cotton and recyclable aluminum.

Accessories:

iBrag iPad Case $50

Slip a picture of you and your Valentine into this hot pink, faux croc, lightweight case for the iPad and you have a romantic gift for the techie in your life. The case converts into a stand with multiple viewing angles and works with iPad and iPad 2.Comes in pink, red, black and cocoa.

Golla Bag for Mobile Phone $20

Keeps your money, credit cards and phone safe in one fashionable place

Cellairis iPhone Cases $25

This Valentine's Day, Cellairis has a heart on for you. Their new line features cases with fun and flirty heart-shaped designs - perfect for any sweetheart on your list.

Case-Mate Universal Kayla Clutch $90

Fashion collides with mobility in the Kayla Clutch. The genuine leather clutch combines this season's color block styles and a protective case for a chic and convenient way to carry your mobile device. Add in the chain to go from daytime to nighttime!

The Vintage Love DODOcase for iPad2 $79.99

For those who use their iPad as a book, or just can't seem to be without it, the Vintage Love DODOcase makes a wonderful accessory. It offers the romanticism found in vintage styles, combined with modern minimalism. The ornate design featured on the Vintage Love DODOcase reflects the traditional details characteristic of vintage book covers throughout the 1800-1900s and is the perfect marriage of classic and contemporary for the tablet user in your life. It's made of Moroccan cloth, and designed to be used like a traditional stand for typing or watching videos, and puts your tablet to sleep when you close the cover.

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