5 Tips to a Valentine’s Ready Outfit

As I was preparing for Wednesday’s post, I looked back through some of my old posts, in search of some additional Valentine’s Day inspiration. Here are five easy ways that anyone can dress for the holiday:

1. Wear a statement piece

Go bold! Highlight your best feature, and let it take center stage by pairing one bold piece with neutrals.

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2. Opt for softer hues

If bold colors aren’t your thing, choose softer shades within the same color family to create a more subdued look.

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3. Try head-to-toe cherry

For those of you who really want to stand out, try wearing head-to-toe cherry paired with a soft pink lip and nails. This bold  color is the ultimate way to ring in your Valentine’s Day.

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4. Accessorize with hot pink

A hot pink bag or heels is perfect for the office where you may want to keep your overall outfit more subdued.

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5. Lounge in love

Staying in? Treat yourself to a cozy pair of heart-covered PJs and relax in style. I picked up these flannel pajama shorts from GAP last year; they are perfect for lounging all day, binge-watching New Girl.

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See all of my Valentine’s favorites below:

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