What to Wear on Valentine’s Day

Whether you are looking for an outfit to wear on a cold winter day or one for a mild winter, the following are ideas on how to incorporate hues of pink and red for Valentine’s Day.

Outfit 1:

A fur, longline coat in red is a glamorous statement piece and the perfect addition to a Valentine’s Day outfit. Pair the coat with leopard print leggings for an edgy and on-trend ensemble. Finish the look with a black turtleneck sweater, over-the-knee boots, gloves, and earmuffs to ensure you stay warm on a cold V-Day.

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Outfit 2:

A long-sleeve velvet skater dress paired with tights is suitable for mild winters. Create an all black ensemble by cinching a black dress at the waist with a black belt and pairing it with black tights and black platform booties. Add a red handbag for that pop of color and to remain festive, of course. For a whimsical touch, wear tights with a heart pattern. This outfit harmoniously combines a variety of styles, including feminine/romantic (via the skater dress and delicate crossbody), rocker-chic (via the platform booties), and whimsical (via the heart-print tights).

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Outfit 3

This outfit is cute and flirty for daytime activities, as well as for a casual date night. Pair a ruffle, printed skirt with a pink, chunky sweater and polka dot tights. Finish the look with your favorite white combat boots and a practical backpack. Splashes of pink via the sweater and lipstick are a subtle nod to Cupid’s holiday.

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Outfit 4

Want to be festive in the office on Valentine’s Day? Pair blush skinny pants with a polka dot, light pink blouse, and a blush tote for a monochromatic look. Play with prints and patterns by incorporating leopard pumps to the ensemble. Finish the look with a white trench coat and heart motif jewelry.

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