At the risk of sounding like a stereotypical rebel, I’m just going to point out how clichéd Red outfits are around this time. Nobody loves Red quite as much as I do, but I’m the first to rule it out for all of February. And once you wipe out all your Rosier options, what do you wear for a Valentine’s date?
Flirty floral prints are my go-to for keeping things feminine and breezy. There’s a time and place for your favourite Gingham and Houndstooth prints, but V-day isn’t it!
If you’re petite, you could go bold with big floral prints in bold colours. If you’re blessed with full figured curves, choose small to medium repetitive floral patterns.
Keep things light and informal with a short hem line! Unlike your Anniversary, Valentine’s Day is a fresher and more relaxed celebration of your togetherness. It’s the perfect time to roll out cute skater dresses, and skirts. Shove the bodycon dresses and full length maxis for another day, V-Day is the perfect time for you to reminisce your younger, less serious courtship days!
With Winter almost out the calendar, and a lovely, pleasant weather ready to emerge, it’s time to put away boring Winter warm wear and dish out the more interesting realm of your wardrobe! Experiment with unique neck designs like off shoulders, lace up necks and backless or halter dresses. Nothing quite like these fine details to add some charm to a heavily romanticised day!
Unsuspecting colours like Blue, Yellow, Green and Violet will guide you to sporting a look that’s original, unorthodox and unexpected for this year’s Valentine’s Day.
Here are my favourite picks from stalkbuylove.com for that perfect Valentine’s Day outfit –
What I’m wearing (in a different Blue) – Floral Nema Skater Dress