Our Valentine’s Day Gift Guide – Garden & Gun

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Our Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

More than two dozen gifts to suit any personality

photo: Laura Ockel via Unsplash

For the Romantic
Tuck two tickets to somewhere memorable inside this vintage-style roller bag from Steamline Luggage and you’ve won Valentine’s Day for a decade. Every detail, down to the red lining, is truly beautiful. $895; steamlineluggage.com

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For the Stress Case
Forget sleep masks and ear plugs. Weighted blankets are all the rage right now thanks to their calming and anti-anxiety effects. We’re fans of this Baloo beauty designed by a native Texan that uses eco-friendly glass beads held in place by elegant quilting. $194; balooliving.com

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For the Weekend Warrior
A perfect layer by Duck Head for light Southern winter weekends. $159; ggfieldshop.com

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For the Sweet Tooth
Not all shortbreads are created equal, but we found this mail-order chocolate, cardamom, and orange flavor by Whimsy and Spice to be perfectly delightful. $9; etsy.com

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For the Tech Guru
No one likes the jumble of charging cords that accumulates on a nightstand or desk alongside keys and spare change. Enter this genius Courant solution: a cachepot for odds and ends that also charges a phone. $175; huckberry.com

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For the Cocktail Queen
When you combine a set of copper bar tools with a sleek leather bartender bag to tote them in, you have a winner—especially when it’s a Billykirk x Cooper & Thief set that includes everything you need to make a hot toddy, too. $250; billykirk.com

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For the Flower Child
Sometimes it’s best to just say it with (the most gorgeous) flowers, like thirty stems of striated, spring-is-almost-here tulips in shades of pink from Farmgirl Flowers. $73; farmgirlflowers.com

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For the Hot Sauce Hound
This Red Clay honey with a kick hails from South Carolina and tingles the taste buds with its equal parts sweet and spicy flavor. (Tip: It’s a slam dunk in hot chocolate.) $10; ggfieldshop.com

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For the Funny Valentine
Look closely at this Jonathan Adler vase. If you don’t chuckle at the hands-on-hips suggestion, it’s not for you. $178; jonathanadler.com

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For the Pragmatist
A performance chambray shirt from Orvis that feels ideal for Saturdays—in the color of love, naturally. $89; orvis.com

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For the Music Aficionado
Consider this little Tivoli Audio gadget a command station—it holds an alarm clock and Bluetooth and Alexa capabilities, all in an easy-on-the-eyes package. $749; huckberry.com

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For the Little Valentine
Super-sweet Hart + Land outer space pajamas for littles you love to the moon and back. $50; thetot.com

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For the Home Chef
Your salads will never be the same after using this Texas pecan oil from The Art of Pecan to add layers to a vinaigrette. $22; ggfieldshop.com

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For the Classic Beauty
This Neely & Chloe bag multi-tasks: Wear it with a strap by day, slip it onto your wrist at night. And in a pop-art white, the ladylike shape feels fresh. $188; neelyandchloe.com

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For the Entertainer
This new collection of Year & Day dinnerware and serving pieces is handmade in Portugal, and their subtle pink hue is perfect for anyone who loves to refresh their tabletop come spring. $26–68; yearandday.com

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For the Health Nut
Anything whipped up by the folks at Atlanta’s Little Barn Apothecary is as clean as any beauty product can be. Their newest rose oil–infused lotion smells heavenly without a single carcinogen in sight. $52; garmentory.com

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For the Silk Scarf Queen
Artist Susan Carson’s talent for color flairs in every scarf, skirt, dress, fabric, and lamp she designs, but we’re partial to this rhododendron silk scarf she created exclusively for Fieldshop by Garden & Gun. $350; ggfieldshop.com

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For the Sportsman
When the weather calls for waterproof, these Laksen pants and jacket are a hunter’s best friend. $159–498; orvis.com

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For the Homebody
A great robe and pajama set is a wonderful thing to come home to at the end of a long day, especially if they’re made out of a blush-hued linen from Portugal like these from Serena & Lily. $98–118; serenaandlily.com

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For the Timepiece Enthusiast
This Japanese dive watch by Unimatic is tough and ideal for weekend wear. $725; huckberry.com

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For the Traditionalist
If you’re going to go with chocolate, go with a Southern spin such as these iconic Pappy & Co. bourbon balls. $12–26, ggfieldshop.com

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For the Bookworm
An engaging read by Kassia St. Clair for anyone who has ever wondered about the history and meaning of every color in the rainbow. $14; amazon.com

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For the Jewelry Buff 
Fourteen-karat-gold feather earrings by the Southern sculptor Grainger McCoy are wearable art. $836; ggfieldshop.com

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For the Loungewear Lover
The cloud-soft, thick sweatshirt and sweatpants (yes the eighties are back!) by Austin’s Outdoor Voices are a guaranteed recipe for rest and relaxation. $85 each; outdoorvoices.com

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For the Arm Candy Addict 
The new dot cuff by the folks at Croghan’s in Charleston, South Carolina, is perfect for layering with family favorites for style by the armful. $195; chroghansjewelbox.com

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For the Family Pet
Spend more quality time on long walks with the practical and handsome polypropylene collar and leash by Wild One. $38-58: wildone.com

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