Did you know that 14 per cent of women send themselves Valentine’s Day cards? Well, you do now. Rather sad, isn’t it?
But why do women feel the need to send their own Valentine’s Day cards? Because what they receive (if anything) is cheap, unflattering and uninspiring. Flowers, lingerie, chocolates and gift vouchers are amongst the most common Valentine’s Day gifts bought by men – but is that what women actually want? Apparently not – and it’s time men started to recognise what women really want!
This infographic, with data sourced from a wide variety of credible figures, details just why the average Valentine’s Day gift just won’t satisfy your partner. Instead, take some hints from the graphic and see if you can apply them to your special gift.
Try to think of something unique, off-the-cuff and unexpected – your spouse will certainly thank you for the effort you have put in.
This infographic has been produced for the UK Gift Store Evie Darling who provide unusual and quirky gift ideas. The graphic itself was formulated by the Liverpool Web Design company Webrevolve – a full circle digital marketing agency.