Valentine’s Day is right around the corner: roses, dinner dates and needing to look our best (or another excuse to buy a new fit.) If you haven’t started thinking of what to wear on this occasion, we’re here to help. 

Denim For When You Want To Keep Things Casual

valentines day outfits
Chanel, Celine, Marc Jacobs

Valentine’s Day might seem like a big deal, but maybe you’re not one to look too invested in the occasion. Pair your denim with a fancy sleeved top for elegance, or with heels and a leather jacket for some biker chic. Don’t forget that the denim skirt exists too. 

Try Lace To Ace The V-Day Mood

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Gucci, Alexander McQueen, Eckhaus Latta

While all lace outfits can seem gaudy to some, a hint of lace can be sweet and perfect for V-Day. Keep things at a midi length for something more conservative and you can always play around with the material within your outfits too – skirts, tops and socks even. 

Florals Because You’re The Bee’s Knees

valentines day outfits
Marni, Chloe, Chanel

Not only are florals a Springtime classic, they’re not limited to a single style either.  And while this season brought back grandma florals, there’s tons of other ways you can sport the look. Think: flower motifs, flowers in your hair, or even floral accessories.

The Off-Shoulder For Something Classic

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Chanel, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen

Flirty and fun, this style is great for those who are conscious of their arms and wish to hide it. From flirty bodycon dresses to dainty maxi dresses and tops with jeans, there’s bound to be a look for everyone with this style.