Dating for one month birthday present
I would still obviously get her something smaller (~-50) on Christmas, but the watch would for the most part be covering both occasions. In fact Im the stereotypical financially hungry college student, but I dont have a problem spending the money I do have on someone that I care about.I know she really loves the watch more than anything else but Aat the same time, I dont want to set the bar too high for future gift-giving occasions. Is that too much money to be spending on a relatively new girlfriend?Granted I still have 3 months to think about it, but I dont want to be doing any last minute worrying.By November, we will have been dating for almost 9 months and I was thinking on getting her a Marc Jacobs watch (~0) as a sort of combined Birthday/Christmas gift.Make quirky coupons, put together picture frames or paint a card, it's going to be something worth saving down the road.This is perfect because it makes everything super intimate with hardly even trying.i think a 0 watch is a lot for a struggling college student.i think it would be a lot even for a man who was quite well off in terms of it being rather early in the relationship for such a present.
that is wayyy too much money to spend if you are dating this short...it was me it would make me feel very uncomfortable if my BF spend that much money on me this early on, like he was trying to buy my affection or something... But in the end with a lot of glitter and sketch pen and big time mess, she still kept it for a long time. I usually spend around 200 on gfs bday and christmas, that climbs to 400 depending on if she wants something specific and we've dated for a while.
I know this probably varies person to person, but in your opinion. Would it be better to buy two equally priced separate gifts for Christmas/Birthday as opposed to buying a combined one? If you're not rich, the watch is definitely quite a lot of money to spend on a first gift.
If you want to impress her, you don't have to buy an expensive fancy gift, getting her something smaller relevant to her interests should be more than enough. Well, personally, I find it better when guys get me personal gifts rather than fancy ones, it shows that they pay attention to me and what I like.
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