March 8, pre­sent­ed to us with the light hand of Clara Zetkin and Rosa Lux­em­bourg, was orig­i­nal­ly a day of sol­i­dar­i­ty for women in the strug­gle for equal rights and eman­ci­pa­tion.

On this day, as its cre­ators assumed, the beau­ti­ful half of human­i­ty will orga­nize ral­lies and pro­ces­sions, draw­ing pub­lic atten­tion to their prob­lems. Years lat­er, Sol­i­dar­i­ty Day grad­u­al­ly turned into Women’s Day and became one of the most ten­der hol­i­days.

And so that your own beau­ti­ful half and beloved wife sud­den­ly don’t arrange a ral­ly at the end of the hol­i­day, take care of a pleas­ant gift in advance. Oth­er­wise, you risk get­ting dif­fer­ent socks and emp­ty shav­ing foam on the next Feb­ru­ary 23rd.

Top 5 gifts for wife on March 8

1. Intellectual nature

book holder

To please a woman is not an easy task, but very inter­est­ing. To do this, you need to know ll her pref­er­ences, life views and plans for the future. It’s good that are talk­ing about your wife, so there should not be a miss with a gift.

What do you recommend to donate?

Books. Still a great gift and a nice hint of the recipient’s sophis­ti­ca­tion. It remains only to choose a suit­able copy. If you are obser­vant, then you prob­a­bly know that the poet adored by his wife recent­ly pub­lished a new col­lec­tion of poems col­lect­ed over sev­en years, and the writer pub­lished a book of his «non-prose». If you have heard some­thing, but still not sure, pay atten­tion to the win­ners of major lit­er­ary awards. This is always a good oppor­tu­ni­ty to diver­si­fy the reader’s menu and meet some­one tal­ent­ed and new. Again, don’t for­get your hob­bies! Cook­ing, gar­den­ing, flori­cul­ture, finance, psy­chol­o­gy, in each of these areas there are mod­ern and wor­thy options.

2. Admirer of natural beauty

Facial apparatus

Sup­port your spouse on the path of mod­ern trends in a healthy lifestyle and nat­u­ral­ness. Inner har­mo­ny and com­pe­tent care will help the beau­ty of your beloved remain time­less.

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What do you recommend to donate?

Microcur­rent Facial Mas­sager gives almost instant effect. It removes slling, bags and bruis­es under the eyes, improves blood micro­cir­cu­la­tion, which means that the blush on the cheeks of the wife will become a reg­u­lar guest. Also, this kind of mas­sagers pro­vide anti-aging care and bright­en age spots. It should not be dif­fi­cult to choose, as microcur­rent mas­sagers are suit­able for all skin types.

3. Autolady

Auto diffuser

Is your wife a car enthu­si­ast or a car pro­fes­sion­al? Great, because this is anoth­er direc­tion for choos­ing a gift!

What do you recommend to donate?

Autod­if­fuser. Fill the car with your favorite scent of «ros­es and cham­pagne», «dreams of Bali», «cash­mere touch», «san­dal­wood», «vanil­la sky» or «New York». She will def­i­nite­ly like it! When choos­ing a fin­ished aro­mat­ic com­po­si­tion, pay atten­tion to its com­po­si­tion, the more nat­ur­al it is, the bet­ter. Dif­fusers that work on the prin­ci­ple of nat­ur­al evap­o­ra­tion will not over­load the space with too intense aro­ma. If the choice fell on more mod­ern USB-pored options, care­ful­ly read the com­po­si­tion of the replace­able aro­ma cap­sule and check for eco cer­tifi­cates.

4. A lover of bath procedures

massage certificate

Spring is a great time for trans­for­ma­tion and lib­er­a­tion from all that is super­flu­ous. There­fore, a gift for reveal­ing nat­ur­al beau­ty will come in handy as ever.

What do you recommend to donate?

A trip to the spa. Give your wife a real reboot! Let her for­get about the past win­ter, the dif­fi­cul­ties at work, house­hold chores and about 1000 and 1 more things swarm­ing in her mind. And mas­sages, body wraps, baths and a few hours alone will give you a real rest.

5. Queen of Heart

Pho­to: @castorlystock,

Please your wife with a tru­ly spec­tac­u­lar and always appro­pri­ate gift. So that at the sight of him the eyes of his wife sparkled like the purest dia­mond!

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What do you recommend to donate?

Jel­ry dec­o­ra­tion. And then it’s up to you to decide whether it will be chic or fun­ny, with a spe­cial mean­ing or with a clear mes­sage, it will be ear­rings or a brooch, in the spir­it of today or out of time, sil­ver or gold, with or with­out stones. But do not for­get to take into account the gen­er­al style of the spouse and her pref­er­ences in choos­ing jel­ry.

What else can you give your wife on March 8

  1. Per­son­al­ized robe.
  2. Plaid with a pho­to.
  3. Diary.
  4. Por­trait from pho­to.
  5. Ther­mo mug.
  6. Glass­es with engrav­ing.
  7. For­tune cook­ies.
  8. T‑shirt with print.
  9. Can­dy set.
  10. Puz­zle.
  11. Tea or cof­fee set.
  12. Fruit bas­ket.
  13. Hon­ey set.
  14. Lunch box.
  15. Pho­to col­lage.
  16. Lamp.
  17. Umbrel­la.
  18. Frame.
  19. Trav­el suit­case.
  20. Wrist watch.
  21. Smart alarm clock.
  22. Fit­ness bracelet.
  23. Shor cur­tain.
  24. Bed­side rug.
  25. Case for smart­phone.
  26. Cos­met­ic bag.
  27. Orga­niz­er.
  28. Man­i­cure set.
  29. Beau­ty box.
  30. Pho­to­shoot.
  31. Rock­ing chair.
  32. Peignoir.
  33. Soft toy.
  34. Nat­ur­al stone bracelet.
  35. Resort tick­et.
  36. Din­ner at the restau­rant.
  37. Horse­back rid­ing.
  38. Song of own com­po­si­tion.
  39. Bou­quet of bal­loons.
  40. Eter­nal rose.
  41. Wal­let.
  42. Vase.
  43. Pig­gy bank.
  44. Boom post­card.
  45. Apron.
  46. Scratch card.
  47. Illu­mi­nat­ed mir­ror.
  48. Per­fume.
  49. Yoga set.
  50. Sub­scrip­tion to the fit­ness room.
  51. Eco cos­met­ics set.
  52. Bot­tle for water.
  53. A table clock.
  54. Slip­pers.
  55. Plaid.
  56. Mod­u­lar pic­ture.
  57. Break­fast table in bed.
  58. Jel­ry hold­er.
  59. Aro­ma dif­fuser.
  60. Indoor plant.
  61. Pear chair.
  62. Salt lamp.
  63. Smart­phone.
  64. Wire­less head­phones.
  65. Styler.
  66. Wire­less speak­er.
  67. Note­book.
  68. Robot vac­u­um clean­er.
  69. Dish­wash­er.
  70. Self­ie stick.
  71. Lumi­nous shor head.
  72. Kig­u­ru­mi.
  73. Pro­jec­tor star­ry sky.
  74. Ball for deci­sion mak­ing.
  75. Make­up brush set.
  76. Bed sheets.
  77. Cache-pot with auto­mat­ic water­ing sys­tem.
  78. Mini blender.
  79. Karaoke micro­phone.
  80. Bath bombs.
  81. Jel­ry box.
  82. Back­light for read­ing books.
  83. A device for mak­ing cot­ton can­dy.
  84. Forms for bak­ing.
  85. Elec­tric fire­place.
  86. Trav­el pil­low.
  87. grasshop­per.
  88. Water­proof key­board.
  89. A mug that auto­mat­i­cal­ly stirs the drink.
  90. Yoghurt mak­er.
  91. Dou­ble boil­er.
  92. Board game.
  93. Aqua farm.
  94. Elec­tric Tooth­brush.
  95. Quad­copter.
  96. Trin­ket.
  97. Ecocube for grow­ing a flor.
  98. Pil­low for two.
  99. Sleep mask.
  100. Humid­i­fi­er.
  101. Sand paint­ing.
  102. Por­bank.
  103. Foot mas­sage bath.
  104. Pho­toepi­la­tor.
  105. Newton’s ball.
  106. Park­tron­ic.
  107. Elec­tric comb.
  108. Flight in a wind tun­nel.
  109. Top­i­ary.
  110. Vis­it­ing the quest room.
  111. Hair care oil.
  112. Body lotion.
  113. Hair­pin.
  114. Sten­cil for cof­fee.
  115. Back mas­sager.
  116. Instant cam­era.
  117. Fit­ball.
  118. Beau­ti­ful under­ar.
  119. Movie or the­ater tick­ets.
  120. Sub­scribe to your favorite pub­li­ca­tion.
  121. DVR.
  122. Pho­tocrys­tal.
  123. Cer­tifi­cate for a star from the sky.
  124. Fur coat.
  125. Sub­scribe to your favorite pub­li­ca­tion.
See also
Top 25 gift ideas for a girl on March 8

How to choose a gift for your wife on March 8

  • When choos­ing a gift, pro­ceed from her desires, hob­bies and needs. Exact­ly in that order.
  • It’s best to ask the ques­tion direct­ly. And if you want to make a sur­prise, it’s bet­ter to ask ahead of time and imme­di­ate­ly, hav­ing received an ansr, write down the voiced desires.
  • You know that the spouse does not like such ques­tions or can­not ansr them, watch her addic­tions. Maybe she enthu­si­as­ti­cal­ly cooks the dish­es of the same blog­ger, and he just pub­lished a recipe book.
  • The hair dry­er broke down, the home flor did not appre­ci­ate the atten­tion paid, the favorite pot nt bad or, even worse, the tagine broke — save the sit­u­a­tion.
  • Flors and Inter­na­tion­al Women’s Day, of course, have become insep­a­ra­ble in the mind. But if you have to stand in line for sev­er­al hours to get these very flors, leave this idea. It is bet­ter to spend the morn­ing with your beloved, cook break­fast, enjoy a meal and social­ize, and go for a walk. The time and warmth giv­en to each oth­er will out­shine any flors and gifts.