5 girlfriend-approved Valentine’s Day jewellery pieces

Mia Steiber 3 February 2017 NEWS

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In case you've still got no idea what to buy her.

Valentine's Day is just around the corner and if you're planning on exchanging gifts with your partner, it's time to start shopping.

Finding the right gift for your girl can be a rather time consuming process - these days there's so much to choose from. From flowers to lingerie, all your options are still options.

For all those out there who are struggling to make a decision radio host, voice of Big Brother and Aussie man-about-town Mike Goldman has picked out some gifts that are guaranteed to crack a smile this Valentine's Day. With the help of his girlfriend, Mike has chosen five pretty jewellery picks that will help anyone having last-minute shopping woes. Keep scrolling to see which jewellery pieces made the cut.


If you're still searching around for the right present, why not check out some of the top Valentine's Day gifts guides that are packed full of presents your partner will adore. There are 30 great gifts for girlfriends, top Valentine's Day picks for your wife, the best Valentine's Day gifts for men and a complete guide to gifting on Valentine's Day.

If you're still keen on buying jewellery, check out OJCO.com.au for more options. It has a huge selection of gifts plus they gift wrap and offer a 30 day full refund. Happy shopping.

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