Whether you have a hot date or are staying in, put a little love into your Valentine’s Day look.
Whether you have a hot date or are looking to reignite some sparks, put a little love into your Valentine’s Day look.
Here are some picks for a romantic night out — or in.
A sexy, body-conscious dress is a classic Valentine’s choice, but for something just as celebratory and a lot more forgiving, consider the Zara High Neck Dress ($70) in lipstick red. The midi-length dress will turn heads and you won’t feel the need to skip dessert.
Add some sparkle to the LBD with the Donna Morgan Constellation Dress ($218 at Anthropologie). Metallic dots and a sheer overlay add on-trend touches to the flattering fit-and-flare shape.
Bring on the romance with the off-the-shoulder Keepsake Foundations Top ($130 at Pipe & Row, Fremont). Pair the slightly cropped, floral top with high-waist slacks for a cool, modern look.
Spice up just about anything in your closet with the Shoes of Prey Leather Mary Jane Pump ($189 at Nordstrom) in a soft red finish. The classic style walks the fine line between prim and passionate.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to vamp it up a bit. Don a red lip or some Huda Beauty Classic False Lashes ($20 at Sephora) to add extra glamour to your look.
If heart jewelry is a little too on-the-nose, opt for something more symbolic. The Coalescence Ring ($48 at Anthropologie) is a merging of two circles to create one greater whole. Awww.
If you’re staying in, slip into the Victoria’s Secret Afterhours Satin Pajama ($74.50). Covered in kisses, the two-piece set is silky-soft and perfect for a night cuddling in front of a movie.
Looking for something to get you off the couch? The Free People Midnight Hours Bodysuit ($88) is a sheer one-piece with a plunging lace neckline that’s fashion-forward enough to be worn as streetwear.