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Stopping to celebrate LOVE.

Valentine's Day. It's a super special day to me. Yes, like many women in American, I'm a total sucker for red roses, a good box of candy, and a dinner date on the town. Now don't get me wrong, I feel totally and utterly loved by my main man 365 days out of the year - but there's something about St. Valentine and all that his day means, that makes me so grateful we stop to celebrate love.

This year, my guy earned some BONUS POINTS due to a surprise flower delivery to me from Farmgirl Flowers - heard of them? Farmgirl Flowers first caught my eye on a show we domesticated couples like to watch, called "The Profit." Sorta akin to "Shark Tank," "The Profit" centers around small business and entrepreneurs, and helping them improve upon their existing businesses. The founder of Farmgirl Flowers caught my fashionista eye, and my husband paid attention.

So this year, instead of the standard red roses and chocolate mix box, I got fresh 100% American grown flowers, wrapped in burlap, dark chocolate with salted pretzel by Compartes Chocolatier, super fun heart-shaped sunglasses in PINK, heart shaped gummies by Sugarfina, a sweetheart rose and honey lollie by Leccare Lollipops, two face masks by Aenon’s, aaaaaand a moisturizing rosy red lip balm by Urb Apothecary. Unbelievable.


To top it off, I get this guy (who also is really good to me). I am majorly crushing on his cute skinny tie I scored for him from Skinny Tie Madness - a stylish skinny tie company founded in 2012. This super cute skinny tie brand focuses on bright colors, edgy prints and tons of on-trend styles. All of the ties from Skinny Tie Madness come with a tie clip, for $29. Whuuuu?! Snag yours at skinnytiemadness.com, jackthreads.com, fab.com, and birchbox.com (gorgeous toddler sold separately).

 

Happy love day, lovelies!
xoxo,
holly in heels

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