Valentine’s Day Gifts for Under $100

By ABC News

Feb 11, 2014 7:25am
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Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and if you’ve haven’t yet found the gift that your loved one — and your wallet — will love, take heart.

Tracey Lomrantz-Lester of Gilt.com appeared on “Good Morning America” today to discuss some suggestions that are sure to please.

All the items are available at Gilt.com.

Click HERE to see all the gifts that are listed below, and scroll down to the end for bonus gift ideas.

The Gifts

Blue Apron is a grocery subscription service that delivers fresh ingredients in specified proportions and chef-designed recipes to your door. Get three meals (vegetarian or regular) for two for $39 (the original retail is $60), or get three similar meals for four for $78 (original retail is $120).

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Candles are always romantic. If going out on the busiest date night of the year is not for you, how about an assortment of scented candles? The Gilt Home Collection Candle is $10 (the original retail price is $28).

For men only: Don’t want to overdo your gift for the man you’ve just started dating? Link Up cufflinks are stylish, and start at $49.

The statement necklace: To show the woman in your life just how much you love her, a statement necklace says it well. There are several options available, including the necklace shown on “GMA” – the Leslie Danzis bib necklace for $45 (down from the original $90).

The little red dress: It goes so well with the statement necklace, and will make a splash on your special night out on the town. Pair the dress with an unexpected accessory to punch up the entire look. Atwell, Red Dress, $85; Maiden Lane, Bliss Pump, $69; Cara Couture, Pendant Necklace, $69.

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Oh, so dapper! When it comes to the man you love, getting dresses up doesn’t have to mean and suit and tie. He can rock a more casual look by layering a blazer and patterned sweater, and finishing it all off with a polished loafer: Tommy Hilfiger Suiting Donegal Speckled Blazer, $129 (original retail $375); GANT by Michael Bastian perfect oxford shirt, $79 (original retail $155); Grayers Ivan Fair Isle crew neck sweater, $69 (original retail $145); Levi’s Red Tab 501 jeans, $64; Wall + Water Classic Tassel Loafer, $159.

Bonus Gift Ideas

Golden Edibles & Chocolate Covered Company: Perfect for Valentine’s Day, this gourmet gift company delivers festive Belgian chocolate-dipped treats. Six XOX Belgian chocolate strawberries and 12 chocolate hearts with Chocolate Covered Company, $35 (original retail: $50); 12 Belgian chocolate-covered Oreos, 10 Belgian chocolate-covered double-stuffed Oreo cookie pops and six chocolate truffles with Golden Edibles, $39 (original retail: $69); Six XOX Belgian chocolate-covered strawberries, 1/2 lb. Belgian chocolate-covered jalapeños, 12 Belgian chocolate hearts, $50 (original retail $75).

Dita Von Teese Perfumes: Spice up the holiday and give a gift of the burlesque star’s fragrances, $39 (original retail: $50).

Duffel Bag: Get it for him, but you can both use it for your romantic weekend getaway. Jack Spade Duffel Bag, $299 (original retail: $550).

Lingerie: What woman doesn’t love lingerie. These lacy briefs and bras in sleek neutrals and bright colors are perfect for the holiday. Cosabella Intimates, starting at $19 to $49 (original retail: $36 to 83).

Must-Have Beauty Items: All the single ladies! Get gorgeous ASAP with beauty products that will get everyone picture-perfect for a girls’ night out. SILK Pro 13-piece travel makeup set, $29 (original retail: $49); T3 Featherweight luxe hair dryer, $119 (original retail: $250); Deborah Lippmann set of 5 nail polish set, $49 (original retail: $93); Deborah Lippmann single nail polish, $12 (original retail: $17).

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