Why Galentines Day comes before Valentines Day

Updated: Mar 23, 2019


Galentines Day is a relatively new tradition, but it's becoming increasingly popular each year – and with very good reason...


For those of you who don’t know, Galentines Day is all about celebrating our important female relationships and is fast becoming a prominent fixture on the feminist calendar. Celebrated on the 13th February (the day before Valentine’s Day), Galentines provides the perfect opportunity to lavish a little love on the brilliant women in our lives (as if we needed an excuse) and of course, not forgetting the other brilliant woman in our lives – ourselves!


While Valentine’s Day can have its place for those of us in romantic relationships, the significance behind Galentines Day arguably runs a lot deeper. Our relationships with ourselves and our truest female supporters form a cornerstone of our lives and identities and therefore go far beyond the limits of romantic attachments. What better reason to dedicate a day to celebrating that fact?!



Here’s how Galentines Day will make you and your friends feel AMAZING: