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What to Wear for Valentine’s Day: Shop the Look!

Whether or not you’ve got a date this February 14th, why not have some fun with your look when it comes to celebrating Valentine’s Day?

We may have had grade school memories of construction paper hearts in mind, as these looks go full-on with the pink and red theme—which, by the way look great together!—but these outfits also incorporate classic staples that can definitely be worn anytime of the year.

However Hallmark you may think the holiday is, it’s a wonderful excuse to spend time with those you love. Whether you’re heading to the movies with girlfriends or planning a romantic dinner date, these Valentine’s-inspired outfits will give you a reason to actually look forward to the day (if you weren’t already).

Warm-Weather Wonder

With a more west-coast feel and practicality for warm weather, a bright, red pant balanced by a versatile nude blouse is perfect for an afternoon coffee date with the girls. Throw a smart blazer on for the office, or a black leather jacket, swipe of red lipstick, and you’re ready to go out dancing!


1. Dorothy Perkins / 2. Fossil / 3. ASOS  / 4. Smashbox / 5. JCPenney / 6. MANGO

Feminine & Fun

This is a more east-coast preppy style that has an unexpected flair with a lace detailed little black dress and purple leopard print cardi. Perfect for that date out to a fancy French restaurant (a girl can dream!), the dress is a keeper you’ll wear for years to come and a pink blush for cheeks is never out of vogue.


1. ModCloth / 2. Kate Spade / 3. Target / 4. Tarte / 5. Seychelles


By: Janet Sahm

- Co-Founder and Style Editor. Nothing is more exciting to Janet than discovering and celebrating true beauty; whether that be through spontaneous photography, delighting in thrift store treasures, or simply being inspired by cherished girlfriends, women who know what is truly important in life. After interning for over a year at Elle Magazine, writing for as well as other online venues, Janet has a new found passion to explore fashion’s ability to enhance and highlight a woman’s irreplaceable worth.

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