Whether you’ve got a special someone or are rocking the single life, it’s fun to get into the spirit of Valentine’s Day with festive fashion. Read on to find a cute Valentine’s Day outfit that may inspire you!
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! Nothing like finding an outfit to flaunt that makes you look great and feel good. Picking the right outfit may seem like a daunting task, but we’ve found some stylish Valentine’s Day outfits that will have all your friends (and your Valentine) impressed.
Valentines Day Sweaters
Red jeans or pants with a light-colored sweater with hearts is the perfect outfit for Valentine’s Day. You can dress it up with a pair of neutral heels, or if you’re feeling a little bolder, an animal print heel. We love this heart sweater from nuuly, a nod to the holiday, but it’s also a versatile piece you can wear all through the winter.
Jump Into a Jumpsuit
If you’re looking for a date night outfit, a romper or jumpsuit is a fun change-up from the dress and gives you so much more practicality, especially if you’re doing some walking. We love this chic cropped jumpsuit by Joanie Clothing and nothing says Valentine’s Day like romantic, pop of red in a jumpsuit.
A Mommy and Mini-Me Valentines Outfit
Your little one will simply LOVE wearing a matching Valentine’s Day outfit with you. We love the all-pink looks of Nancy and her daughters. It is so cool that Nancy custom-made these outfits herself! The touch of see-through sleeves with floral insets makes this look extra beautiful and can be worn all the way into spring. We are also loving the look Rhea and her daughter are rocking with heart sweaters, knee-high boots, and cute black berets to finish off that Valentine’s look.
Loving the Leopard Print
We can’t get enough of the black and leopard print combo. A pair of black, knee-high boots paired with a pink leopard-print top or sweater dress, a black hat, and a black purse is a classy, but edgy ensemble that is sure to get compliments all day.
A Sweet and Sassy Valentine’s Outfit
Let’s show a little more love to pink! This light pink top is light and feminine with a scrunched cropped look and slight bell sleeves. It’s flirty and fun, without being overtly valentine-y (Is that a word? It is now.) You can definitely dress this look up or down depending on the occasion. Kayla opted for an everyday look with some distressed ripped jeans and gray knee-high boots. You can also easily dress it up with a nice pair of slacks or a satin skirt and heels!
Polka Dots, Please!
This flowy pink and red polka dot dress is feminine and chic. If you look closely enough you can see that the polka dots are actually little red hearts, adding that extra Valentine’s Day flair! We love the cut of the neckline and the beautiful bell sleeves, too. Amber was spot on with the styling of this dress from Eloquii by pairing it with red heels and cherry-red lipstick. This outfit by Amber will have you ready to take on Valentine’s Day with confidence and style!
Let’s hear it for the Sweater Dress
Sweater dresses are simply the best! Any woman has got to have a staple sweater dress in their closet for the winter months. It truly is the perfect way to stay warm, but still maintain a feminine touch by donning a dress. We love this dark red one Bernadetta is wearing from Grace Karin fashion. A belt can balance out the shape of the outfit, and can put a little more emphasis on slimming the waist. We love the addition of knee-high black boots and light jewelry. This outfit is so versatile, it can translate from daytime to date night in a flash!
Perfect in Pink
This pink outfit Annie Young put together looks light and relaxed, but also chic and fun! The vertical, lightly striped top is from Vici Dolls and the wide-leg trousers are from Express. We love how Annie tucked the blouse into the slacks, plus added a small purse, and slipped on heels to make the look feel finished, yet fun. Her light pink blush and lipstick also add the finishing touches to a subtle and comfortable “all-pink” Valentine’s Day look.
Your Valentine’s Day Outfit Style
While pink and red may be the dominant forces of the day, they don’t have to be the main act. Find something to wear that makes you feel comfortable and put together, because then you’ll feel more confident! Whether it’s a date night or your regular workday ensemble, maybe these looks have inspired you to create your own Valentine’s Day outfit!