Valentine’s Outfits For Every Kind Of Date
This year, Valentine’s day falls on a Friday! Do you have plans yet? Well whatever your plans may be, I have some Valentine’s outfit inspiration for you along with shoppable links -but hurry because Valentine’s is just a week away!
CUBICLE TO COCKTAILS
If you’re planning to go directly from work to celebrate, you’ll need a professional look for the day that can easily transition to the evening. This is easy to do by starting with a classic shift dress or suit (extra points if you can find one in a Valentine’s pink or red!)
Then change up the accessories. Sensible shoes for the day to stilettos at night. Tote bag for the day which hides a clutch for that night. I paired this Calvin Klein baby pink sheath dress with a frilly trench coat, heels and a white enamel hairpin and necklace as my nod to Valentines. It’s a work outfit that is special enough to go from cubicle to cocktails!
DRESSED UP DINING
If your date has fancy plans up his sleeves and you’re expected to dress to the nines, make sure to wow him in a sexy stunner like this deep V-neck dress. It’s sexy yet sophisticated and definitely a jaw-dropper. It’s not your everyday dress. And that’s what you’ll want for an occasion like this. Make yourself memorable!
If you’re planning an outing with the girls, make it sweet and girly. I love this baby blue maxi dress for its sheen and puff sleeves (a trend I’m absolutely obsessed with)! Make sure to pair it with heels to avoid looking too prairie like and give it more of a high-fashion edge. This dress from Other Stories has unfortunately sold out but below are inspired items in pink that I recommend for Valentines that you can still shop.
Below are some beautiful floral dress options!
NETFLIX & CHILL
If the best Valentine’s celebration to you is staying in and staying comfy, here are some Valentines sweaters and comfy pants that will make sure your night is both comfy AND cute!
For mommy and me Valentine’s outfit inspiration, click here!
How to host a galentines in 5 easy steps -click here!
How to host a wild Valentine’s kid’s party here