Spoil Him This Valentine’s Day!

You are the only fish in the sea for me.  Happy Valentine’s Day.

February is the month of love, or as my husband likes to call it, the month of exploitation. It is the month where florists mark up their prices by a gazillion %, and restaurants overbook themselves to serve mediocre food at exorbitant prices.

It is the month where we as women expect our men to spoil us. But what about them? They deserve a bit of spoiling every now and again too, right?

I have the solution for all the ladies out there.  This year is a leap year.  And with women preaching #TheFutureIsFemale and #Feminism – it is time that we spoil our guys the same way that we like to be spoiled. It is time that we practice what we preach and take control.

Men are simple creatures, for the most part, I have found.  Well mine is.  Give him his hunting rifle, a weekend on the farm and a good bottle of whiskey and he is as happy as a pig in, well you know.

We don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day, mainly because the once that we did, we both landed up so ill, and that was so far from pretty. But in saying that, I have thought that a spoil for hubby, especially seen as I am always being spoilt, would definitely be a surprise and well appreciated.








So imagine the delight when Sorbet Man opened in Fourways Mall, right on my doorstep. With an array of menu items. Yip, they have a menu of grooming for the guys to choose from. Hubby suddenly disappears for hours when having his hair cut, and the rugged hunter looks a little more metro man, hot hunter, ready for a magazine shoot on his return.

So, back to spoiling the man in your life for Valentine’s Day this year.  Send him off to Sorbet Man for a haircut, an eyebrow thread, shave and even a mani, then book yourself in at Sorbet for a mani, pedi and enjoy a night in with a romantic dinner from Woolies, because who has time for cooking.

What is more special that curling up to your guy, all smooth shaven, smelling divine?

Thank me later 😉


Adele Koolen
Adele Koolen

Luxury Editor

Adele’s romance with luxury began when her grandmother sprayed Chanel no 5 on herself for the first time. As the owner of a digital marketing business, Social Link, she works with luxury brands and products on the daily. Her advice is to invest in that one luxury item that you’ve always wanted and to build your closet around it. Save up for what you really want, you deserve it!

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