There are still some days to go until Valentine’s Day, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to soak in the reddish-pinkish colors of the shop-windows, the absolutely impractical tips for presents and the heart-softening headlines. Luckily, far from all the above, these couple of days could be spent beside a hot cup of tea, in the safety of your room and with creating something for that special someone (even better if you do it together with your friends). From red, just for the kicks of it, but at least something unique, innovative and imperfect. Something lovable.
Valentine’s Day is inevitably approaching us by the minute, pleasing all in love. Many times one just drops by a shop to buy the first heart-patterned cup, takes their significant other to a fancy restaurant or a cinema, and the big day is history. But doesn’t love deserve more than that? A special afternoon or evening on 14 February is the least we can devote to what we’ve been making sacrifices for and who we’ve been getting so much love and tenderness from. Sometimes, though, it’s not easy to come up with the proper place to take our partner to for a romantic or stylish walk of love, so we thought we might help you a little with that. What’s more! Even those planning for a whole day will be able to fill their schedule with the venues to come.
It’s a fact that in the weeks preceding 14 February hearts and red inscriptions keep intruding our visions, reminding us (if we dared to forget) that Valentine’s Day is up around the corner. Changes abound as the holiday of love approaches: shopwindows fill up with warm crimson in the winter cold, bistros and bars prepare menus for couples, florists multiply their stock of roses and it’s hard to find a passenger on the public transportation without a flower or some kind of a present in their hands. Bottom line is: there’s no escape from the loveslide. Or is there?