Left in the lurch this Valentine’s Day with no date, no gift and no clue what to do? We got you girl.
Dating solo can be pretty exhausting - all those great stories and no one to share them with. Enter Double, the dating app you can use with your BFF. Create a joint profile and find another couple to meet up with. Who knows where a foursome date can end up…
2. Third Love
Look your absolute finest this Sunday with the revolutionary company shaking up the underwear industry. Using data you collect on their app, it suggests the exact perfect fit for a new bra, using new measurements and metrics from half-sizes on cups to their ‘Breast Shape Dictionary’. And nothing looks sexier than a new bra that holds you in all the right places.
If last year’s study that women are either bisexual or gay but ‘never straight’ is true, you’ll be wanting to check out Her this Valentine’s. A women-only space open to all sexualities for curious to queer, Her lets you make friends, read queer content and find the woman you want to take out this Valentine’s.
For those in London, Dojo is the hottest app for finding out where you should be this weekend. From swimming pools to parks, popups to parties, this slick app covers date ideas and all the secret events you normally don’t hear about until they’re sold out. Get booking, quickly!
Launching this week in the app store is Pillow, an app for couples to get really intimate. Described as "exploring the mind and body in unison with touch, pace, appreciation, anticipation, eye gazing, sensory deprivation, temperature play and much more”, we’re getting steamy already.
Take 'Netflix and chill' to the ultimate next level with Deliveroo. Get food from the best restaurants in the UK delivered right to your door. No more greasy takeaway with meat you can’t quite identify. This is high quality luxe for a Valentine’s tucked under the duvet watching romcoms and eating your hearts out.
Words by Robyn Exton