Well ladies, that time of year is quickly descending upon us—you know, that one day out of the year when we all get secretly anxious about our love lives (or lack thereof) and start panicking, that time of year when we start putting unrealistic pressure on ourselves and our relationships. Yup: it’s Valentine's Day!
Well, I say—let's do away with all of the unnecessary anxiety this year, ladies, and spend Valentine's with our true soulmates: our besties! If you live in L.A., there are opportunities all over town to celebrate V-Day with your Galentines. Here are 5 Los Angeles events and gift ideas for the special ladies in your life!
Join the self love movement this Valentine's Day and make a pinky promise to put the true love of your life first. This gift is perfect for reminding your special ladies (or yourself) what kind of love should really be celebrated this Valentine's Day!
Grab your ladies and head to Birds for a night of releasing your inner aggression! Birds will be providing male and female voodoo dolls to represent your exes, pinatas just in case you want to beat something, and the most empowering break-up music you could ask for. Even better? You could even win a prize for having the best “got dumped” story! Plus, the food and drinks are to die for.
Spread the love around this year and give your ladies the Love Necklace by Adornia. Not only is it cute, but 10% of all profits are donated to various female empowerment charities—a win-win!
Come on into the Valley and mosey over to Tiki No for their annual singles party! The event will include food provided by the Grilled Cheese Truck, a chocolate fountain, and numerous drink specials served just for ladies.
Love heals all things! Celebrate your ladies this Valentine's Day by giving the gift of relaxation. Thistle Farms' ReEnergize bath and body set includes their Eucalyptus Mint Body Wash, Bath Soak, Shave Gel, and Tea Tree Mint Lip Balm. Just incase this doesn’t sound wonderful enough, a percentage of all profits are donated to healing, empowering, employing, and providing homes for women survivors of prostitution, trafficking, and addiction.