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Going Solo On Valentine's Day Doesn't Mean You Can't Have Fun Dressing Up

As the Lunar New Year gives way to Valentine’s Day, those single and not taken might be inundated with the romantic dinner suggestions, Netflix and chill titles, and well, a “dress code” for the day itself. If you’re going solo, here’s a non-basic guide to keep at hand. And above, a wardrobe to go with it at that.

 

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Miu Miu cropped embellished leather bustier top, US$1,990 via Net-a-Porter
Cut in badass leather but with a sweetheart neckline bustier (yes, pun intended), layer over your choice of tee or wear it on its own. House of Holland striped flocked satin pajama pants, US$272.55 via Net-a-Porter
What better way to convey the message that you’d rather stay in bed, Netflix and chilling alone, than a pair of pyjama pants? Alexandre Vauthier draped wool-blend twill mini dress, US$2,081 via Matchesfashion
Three words: Girls. Night. Out. Saint Laurent tortoiseshell 181 Loulou sunglasses, US$420 via Ssense
If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em — albeit in style. Comme Des Garcons black Play ladies' striped button down blouse, S$280, Dover Street Market Singapore
A perennial wardrobe classic, and also a great fallback for occasions like this. Simone Rocha belted tulle midi dress, US$897 via Net-a-Porter
If sheer feminine tulle is all you can muster in spirit of V Day, then let it be Simone Rocha. Mira Mikati printed bomber jacket, US$278 via Net-a-Porter
And for the unabashed, take it one stand further and go full on girl power. Comme des Garcons slogan wallet, S$579 via Farfetch
Let the slogan speak for itself. Nobody denim slogan printed t-shirt, S$78 via Farfetch
As we said above… Nasaseasons embroidered slogan cap, S$108 from Farfetch.
Own it and be proud of who you are.