Buy blooms not bloomers this Valentine's Day
13 Feb 2015
Our clients are in tune with the finer things in life. Luxury cars, jewellery and other possessions are all close to their hearts and need protecting accordingly. Despite this, you may be surprised to hear that it isn't always expensive or lavish gifts that will impress your loved ones the most this Valentine's Day.
According to research by our insurance partner, AXA, it's the little things that mean a lot. The study of 5,000 people revealed that both men and women see spontaneous and affectionate gestures as being the most romantic things to do in a relationship. For both sexes, a goodbye kiss in the morning topped the list. In close second, men appreciate going out for a nice meal, whereas women prefer an unprompted declaration of love. In fact many of the gestures are free or involve little cost, including romantic walks, buying flowers, flirtatious texts or phone messages and having your favourite meal cooked for you by your partner.
While we can all appreciate the luxuries in life, when it comes to Valentine's Day, it seems some old fashioned spontaneous romance can save the day.
You can find all the results to the study here. On behalf of everyone at Rossborough Private Clients, we would like to wish you a happy Valentine's Day.