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Initial post: Dec 20, 2011 1:52:35 PM PST
P. Tran says:
christmas gifts for girlfriend 20 years old

Posted on Dec 20, 2011 3:40:41 PM PST
always depending on what she likes... but I never a person say no to a massage... you can see with a spa near you, or turn it into a romantic evening...

Posted on Dec 20, 2011 6:28:22 PM PST
E. A. Mick says:
Totally agree with Elyse!

Jewelry--just pay attention to which color metal she likes (silver, gold). Or a's a little more useful/every day and she can still spice up her other jewelry without feeling bad for not wearing whatever you gave her.

You shouldn't need to spend tons if you can think about what she likes... or think of things you two like to do to a concert or show you'd both enjoy (be careful with sports events--she might feel like you're just buying them for yourself). Or vouchers to take a horse ride together.

A pretty scarf in a neutral color so she can wear it more frequently.

Posted on Dec 20, 2011 6:32:23 PM PST
E. A. Mick says:
If you know particular brands she likes, gift certificates are I love bare essentials make-up, so if my hubby gives me a gift certificate there, I know he's paying attention, not just telling me I need more make-up to look good.

Personalized wine bottle with photo and gift certificate to favorite restraunt.

I guess you should also think about whether you're planning to make this a long term relationship or just having're at an age where gifts will start to have more significant "meanings" to girls than you might mean to be giving.

Posted on Dec 20, 2011 6:52:47 PM PST
T. Koss says:
Romance, but be careful to not go so overboard you freak her out. lol I gave mine a spa day last year, then took her up the mountains here on the skyrail and had a nice picnic at the top waiting. Seemed to be just enough and not too much.
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