Pen for Women


Whether buying a gift for women is easy or not, is a debatable topic. While women may argue that the only thing they care about in a gift is the thought, others may argue that women are fussy about the gift they receive. Maybe we can help you out. Here is a list of pens for women that they will gladly accept.

Sheaffer 100 Greek Mythology Aphrodite Ballpoint Pen: The gloss-painted body of the Sheaffer 100 ballpoint is further given gorgeous silk-screen design. Flaunting the stories of ancient Greece, each ballpoint from this series illustrates either the thunder of Zeus, or the Aphrodite’s love, or the fierceness of Hades. This particular Aphrodite ballpoint is slim in structure, artistic in design and beautiful in functionality. The smooth pink body flaunts soft patterns in white. It is quintessentially a pen for women.

Cross Sentiment Ballpoint Pen: Dipped in shining, plush lacquer with gold for accents, the Cross Sentiment Ballpoint Pen is a woman’s writing instrument. With a removable heart-lock charm decorated on the clip, the pen oozes of romance. The pen also comes with a complimentary key charm and can be accessorized with your own charms as well. The pen comes in a number of finishes, mostly in colors that is close to a woman’s heart. This might just be a pen you are looking for.

Bic for Her: Although the Bic for Her ballpoint pens suffered a lot of criticisms from tons of men and women around the world, including sarcastic remarks on Ellen DeGeneres show, one cannot ignore the fact that these disposable pens are actually very pretty and work just fine. Designed with women in mind, the smooth pen comes in a plethora of soft, subtle colors and flaunts gorgeous floral patterns throughout the barrel. With cushioned grip and an ergonomic design, the pen functions well on paper with the Easy Glide ink. Feminism aside, you will enjoy the pen for what a pen matters most.

Montblanc Marlene Dietrich Special Edition Fountain Pen: If you are looking for something more expensive and iconic, Montblanc Marlene Dietrich Special Edition Fountain Pen might just be the right catch. The pen is made of 925sterling silver, and decorated with 16 diamonds and a sapphire. Fitted with rhodium-plated 18k gold nib the pen is the perfect embodiment of the independent and uncompromising star, Marlene Dietrich. For a lady who is a strong, assured role model, nothing befits more than this pen.

Caran d Ache Dunas Shiny Red Fountain Pen: The lush, deep red color of Caran d Ache Dunas Fountain Pen is what makes it a wonderful pen for women. It is sexy, bold and means business. The hexagonal body is coated in shimmering resin, with chromium-plated accents to compliment the rich color. Slim, comfortable and sturdy, the pen doesn’t only look beautiful but its chromium-plated steel nib is a performer on paper. It is a pen for women who have embraced today’s fashion but keep close to heart yesteryear’s elegance.

My Birthday Pen – Montblanc Jonathan Swift

My Birthday Pen

I fell in love with Mont Blanc pens, the first time I ever laid my eyes on it. I was 10 years old then and it was my uncle’s Mont Blanc 149 75th Anniversary Special Edition. He had picked one in England, during one of his many travels. And the way he cared for the particular pen was enough for me to know that it was precious. The black beauty with the gold embellishment was captivating. The more I saw it, the more I wanted to have it.

Twelve years fast-forward, on my 22nd birthday, I opened the biggest gift box of that lot. It was from my older brother. Neatly covered in a tangerine lokta wrap, it weighed light compared to its appearance. Inside was a royal blue lokta gift box and immediately I anticipated to see a scrapbook. I had been talking so much about it then. Already thanking my brother for the unseen gift, I unhooked the box to find the biggest surprise of my life waiting inside. The box held a leather bound lokta journal, which wasn’t as grand as the scrapbook I had it mind, but still good and another smaller box, which was a lighter shade of olive green. At first I couldn’t understand what it was. It took me a full half a minute to realize what lay before me – a Montblanc pen. Words won’t be enough to explain the joy I experienced when I held that box. And the irony is that, what I had received was a Montblanc Jonathan Swift Writer’s Edition.

Widely known for his masterpiece “Gulliver’s Travel”, Jonathan Swift was the master of satire. The 2012 Montblanc Writer’s Edition was dedicated to him and the pen is designed around the Liliput episode from Gulliver’s adventures. The black and platinum pen has a barrel made of black lacquer, which features multi-layered inlays that represents Gulliver being tied in ropes by the Lilliputians. The cap, shaped like Gulliver’s tricorn hat is made of precious black resin and flaunts an engraved signature of Jonathan Swift. The platinum clip depicts the staircase the Mayor of Liliput had to climb to be able to talk to Gulliver. Other fantastic details include an elaborate engraving of Gulliver and the Lilliputian army on the surface of the rhodium-plated 18k gold nib. The traditional white star shines on top of the cap as always.

Montblanc Jonathan Swift

The Montblanc Jonathan Swift Writer’s Edition Rollerball Pen was not only special because it was a thoughtful birthday gift, but because it also marked the beginning of my career in writing. Earlier that year, I had joined a publication house as a writer and had my work published in print for the first time. My can-never-be-thoughtful brother had written on the first page of the lokta journal, referring to the pen, “So that it may inspire you to write your own masterpiece someday.” The pages that follow hold seeds of my imagination, still finding ways to grow, all written with the same inspirational pen – Montblanc Jonathan Swift Writer’s Edition Rollerball Pen.