People Magazine
Updated January 29, 2020
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Valentine’s Day is less than a month away, but don’t worry if you’ve waited until now to find the perfect gift for your special someone. We’ve discovered something even better than chocolates and roses thanks to Meghan Markle: a custom initial necklace that’s, surprisingly, very affordable.

If you recall, she wore a diamond accented initial dog tag pendant in September while attending the U.S. Open to support her friend Serena Williams. Her necklace, from Los Angeles-based brand Mini Mini Jewels, featured two dainty, 14-karat gold dog tag pendants engraved with the initials “M” and “H” (for Meghan and Harry, of course). Each pendant has a tiny diamond in the upper left corner that gives it a dazzling final touch.

The brand’s founder and designer, Tracey Kahn, told People that Meghan even has a third dog tag with an “A” initial for baby Archie, which she has yet to wear in public. “They are so delicate and tasteful, they really suit her style,” Kahn said of the pendants.

Meghan has been a longtime fan of dainty, minimal jewelry pieces, and this personalized necklace would make a great Valentine’s Day gift for a girlfriend, wife, or mother who is also a fan of the royals. Meghan’s exact gold initial dog tag necklace retails for $145 at Nordstrom, and every letter is currently in stock. If gold isn’t her style, it comes in silver and rose gold for the same price as well. The company also offers an array of distinct charms, like this script-engraved pendant version of the necklace.

Head over to Nordstrom to see all the Mini Mini Jewels personalized necklace offerings you can scoop up for your special someone this Valentine’s Day.

Mini Mini Jewels Diamond Accented Initial Dog Tag Pendant

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This story originally appeared on People.com by Alex Warner.