If being dressed in head-to-toe heart prints for Valentine's Day isn't your thing don't worry, I've come styled alternative outfit ideas for any kind of Valentine's Day. These looks still stay true to the romantic spirit, with pop of pink and red, but also feel like outfits you'd wear on a daily basis.
1. A Classy Skirt
This look was my favorite to put together. It's such a chic take on V-day attire. This look still stays true to the pink and red combo but it's not in your face screaming "cheesy Valentine's look". This is also a great outfit for the office.
This is your outside the box V-day look for those who aren't a fan of pink or red. The tie-dye sweatshirt is a fun, cozy take on V-day with subtle pops of pink. Perfect for a movie night at home with your boo. But if your plans are a bit fancier than a sweatshirt and sneakers you can easily throw on a white blazer and nude heels.
Keep it classic and subtle this Valentine's Day with a basic pink top and your favorite pair of jeans. If plans change and you want a little more of a fancier look simply throw on my go-to blazer or a leather jacket.
Is it just me or has Quarantine given you a much bigger appreciation for comfy clothes? Like, of course I've always loved a good pair of sweatpants but never did I imagine wearing them on a daily basis and really thinking outside the box to dress them up. With that being said, this is the ideal date night at home look for Valentine's Day. It's cozy, simple and festive.. what more could you want?