Valentine’s Day is coming up soon! Do you guys know what you’re doing yet? Adam and I are probably going to cook dinner and go skating. We went to Snakes and Lattes last year and Canoe the year before, so we’re doing something a little more low-key this year. No matter what you decide to do this Valentine’s Day, I’ve put together a few Valentine’s Day outfits you can get inspiration from!
If your work or school has certain dress codes, feel free to add in some layers or swap out some pieces.
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1. Valentine’s Day Outfit for School
You can’t go wrong with a cute little sweater and high-waisted skirt. Go for a bold red or pink sweater and pair it with a neutral skirt so the colour really stands out! If over-the-knee boots are too risqué for you, try some black tights with booties instead.
2. Valentine’s Day Outfit for Work
I thought I’d go with a monochrome look for work since some of you might work in more corporate environments. I wore a white tank, white blazer, and black leather leggings. To make this look more Valentine-y, I wore a berry lip and red nail polish. You can dress up in the spirit even in the most subtle ways!
3. Girls’ Night Out or Galentine’s Day
For me, girls’ night out looks are all about bold, statement pieces like jumpsuits, mega platform heels, and funky lip colours. I’m personally not brave enough (yet) to wear all three in one look, so I just went with a jumpsuit for this one. I paired this strapless rose jumpsuit with a black leather jacket to make it more rocker chic and some glittery chrome heels to dress it up.
4. Casual Valentine’s Day Date
You don’t really wanna overdo it for a casual day date, so go with a well-fitting turtleneck and a pair of your best girlfriend jeans. Be sure to wear a pink or red turtleneck!
5. Romantic Date Night
Date night looks should be a little more alluring (in my opinion). For that reason, I paired this white fitted turtleneck with a blush pink bodycon skirt and some blush pink heels. If you really want to amp it up, switch out the blush pink for red!
Will you be doing anything fun this Valentine’s Day? What will you be wearing? I’d love to know in the comments!
P.S. if you liked this post, you might like this post on where to spend Valentine’s Day in Toronto.