Valentine's Day Outfit for Women

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

Ripped jeans (Levi’s) paired with a cute top is a great way to make an outfit a little edgier. 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 The Rusty Rose, a nod to the holiday, but its also a versatile piece you can wear all through the winter.

Jump Into A Jumpsuit

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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, red velvet.

A Mommy and Mini-Me Valentines Outfit

Your little one will simply LOVE wearing a matching Valentine’s Day outfit with you. They don’t have to exactly match, but we love the way Chauncey and her daughter chose to both wear black and red, even if they’re styled differently! They tied it all together with their leopard print boots.

Loving the Leopard Print

We can’t get enough of the red and leopard print combo. A pair of red, wide-leg pants paired with a leopard-print top and black, chunky, cutout heels is a classy but edgy ensemble that is sure to get compliments all day.

A Sweet and Sassy Valentine’s Outfit

Okay, so we’ve harped on red. It’s time to show off the softer side: let’s show a little love to pink. This floral dress by ChicWish is light and feminine. Without being overtly valentine-y (Is that a word? It is now.), this adorable chiffon mini dress with ruffle detail would make me want to twirl and dance the day or night away!

Polka Dots, Please!

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This deep red blouse with petite white polka dots from Shein is feminine and chic. We love the ruffle detail around the collar and sleeves, too. Paired with a pair of black jeans from FreePeople and brown mid-ankle booties from Lulu’s, this outfit by Kelsie will have you ready to take on Valentine’s Day with confidence and style!

Mad for the Midi

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Midi skirts have made a comeback! The 1940s saw the popularization of this style, known for its elegance and grace (Although we short people have suffered as it turns out to be a mid-high ankle skirt on me). The best part about midi skirts is how they create a polished, elegant look. A high waist and/or belt can balance out the shape of the outfit. We love the addition of the wicker circle bag from Zara, black tiered top, and red sandals. This outfit is so versatile, it can translate from daytime to date night in a flash!

Perfect in Pink

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This pink outfit from Kairo Clothing looks light and airy, but also snuggly and comfortable! We love the light brown accessories: the platform slip-ons, braided belt, and “colorado” wide-brimmed hat, This outfit takes “pretty in pink” to a whole new bohemian level!

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 its a date night or your regular workday ensemble, maybe these looks have inspired you to create your own Valentine’s Day outfit!

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Jayne Schultheis

Jayne is a Virginia Beach native who loves her local community. She’s a thrift store enthusiast, musical theater fan, amateur hiker, and lover of all things creative and artsy. You can often find her combing the racks at the local thrift store searching for a fun and unique outfit or spending time getting lost in a good book.

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