5 Chic Valentine's Day Gifts That Last Forever, Presented by Wempe

By Gary Duff | February 7, 2018 | Style & Beauty

The greatest gifts endure the test of time. Like your love, these five luxury items are sure to last well beyond Valentine’s Day.

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You know why they say that “diamonds are a girl’s best friend”? It’s because they are rare, stunning, and last forever. At Wempe, you will find a glorious array of diamond jewelry—such as the exquisite earrings showcased above—certain to delight your love.

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Lasting Luxury Roses, Luxe Bloom ($299). luxebloom.com

A bouquet of Luxe Bloom Lasting Luxury Roses will keep for over 60 days, and in flower years that's nearly forever. An added bonus is that the roses require no upkeep, making them live up to their "Lasting Luxury" name.

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Black Satin Gather Detail Pumps, Manolo Blahnik ($1,045). manoloblahnik.com

Every woman dreams of owning a pair of Manolo Blahniks. In fact, Anna Wintour has famously recycled the same pair of the famous designer's stilettos ever since he made them for her in 1994. Wintour is not the only fashion luminary to fall in love with the timeless and classic style of Manolo Blahnik's shoes, Diane Von Furstenberg allegedly owns over 80 pairs. There's no heel that can top a Manolo on Valentine's Day.

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Multicolour Mink Intarsia Straight-Cut Coat, Yves Salomon (approximately $19,000). yves-salomon.com

You can throw this olive-green parka over any outfit before setting off for a Valentine's Day dinner. Not only is this mink coat fab, but it's perfect for cold-weather vacations and weekend getaways.

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South Africa & Victoria Falls Tour, Abercrombie & Kent (Starts at $7,795). abercrombiekent.com

Memories last forever, and this luxury trip, which starts in Cape Town and ends in Johannesburg, is unforgetable. What's more romantic than exploring foreign lands with a loved one?

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