10 Valentine’s Day Looks That Are Anything but Pink and Red
Pink and red: They’re the quintessential Valentine’s Day colors, whether you’re picking out nail art or flowers. After all, red is the color of love. But this V-Day, we thought we’d switch things up a bit, go against the grain and opt for a look that screams less “pretty in pink.” Take a look at these 10 date night outfits that are anything but rosy.
1. Classic Black and White: Sometimes Valentine’s Day calls for a va-va-voom outfit, and this one is just that. If you can’t resist adding a bit of red, consider accessorizing with a red clutch like this one. (via My Silk Fairytale)
9. Baby Blue Swing Dress: We’ll admit, Jillian’s outfit is a tad summery, but for those of you who live where it’s warm (we’re jealous), it’s perfect. To make it winter appropriate, add tights and a leather jacket. (via Jillian Harris)
10. Metallic Details: Of course, we couldn’t resist an outfit with a touch of glitter. Whether it’s a glitter clutch, a blingy statement necklace or a metallic skirt, all that shine will have you feeling the love this Valentine’s Day. (via Curvy Girl Chic)
What are you wearing for Valentine’s Day this year? Tell us in the comments below.
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