It’s the most romantic time of the year, and Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. While most couples are busy plotting their “to-do” lists, some are still planning for that perfect Valentine’s Day look. And this year, February 14 falls on a Saturday, which is very favorable to make those big plans and of course, to dress up!
Whether or not you are spending the Heart’s Day with a date, here are some outfit ideas that would make you look amazing.
It’s time to give those Valentine’s dresses a break, ladies. Going lace-on-lace (such as lacey top and shorts) makes a perfect combination for Valentine’s Day. These pieces are perfect for Topshop’s Hatty cleated sandals to flaunt your style even more. A maroon hand bag is a sure catch for that classy look.
If your boyfriend is the type of person who loves to bring you to fancy dates, play the sexy card with this charming neckline red dress matched with blue pumps. Yes, color blocking on a Valentine’s Day won’t hurt. Accessorize with a gold necklace and an envelope clutch bag.
If you’re spending a whole day together, wear something that’s extra comfy. Whether you’re going out to the park or having a wine and cheese party at the condo, this floral romper and floral sandals will surely make you look young and fresh. Floral print outfits are every girl’s favorite.
Catch your man’s attention by wearing a semi-conservative outfit on your candle light dinner. This maroon wide leg jumpsuit will gorgeously show your curves from top to bottom. Match it with gold gladiators which fit perfectly with your long legs.
Despite the fact that February 14 falls on a Saturday, some of us still have to go to work. But there’s no excuse not to show how much we love this special day even in the office! This casual denim dress with brown belt and a pair of red oxford shoes with hearts prints make a cute outfit on Valentine’s Day.
We spend our Valentine’s Day in different ways, and it’s up to you how you’d spice up this day with a stylish outfit of your choice. Just don’t spoil your date by overdressing! While dressing up is part of Valentine’s Day, it is how you spend this occasion with your partner that will count the most. And for those who don’t have their “Valentine” and will simply spend the day with their girlfriends, remember that you can still be extra sparkly with your style on your all-girls date.
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