Valentine’s Day Style Crush: Outfits for Every Occasion

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Valentine’s Day — the one day of the year everyone loves to hate. One sect hates it because they’re single, and another group dreads trying to find the “right” outfit for their Valentine’s Day date. No matter how you feel about the day, or how you will be spending it, Valentine’s Day is a fantastic opportunity to bust out reds and pinks, get dressed up, or accessorize with sparkling accents. From a night out on the town to a casual gathering of friends, we’ve rounded up style-crush worthy looks for Valentine’s Day.

Burning Red

Options: Anthropologie Ruched Ecarlate DressAudrey Brooke Earth Platform PumpAdrianna Papell Boatneck Lace Sheath DressCalvin Klein Plus Size Sleeveless Bandage Sheath , Kenneth Cole Reaction Slip on By Ballet FlatLulu Townsend Bow Front Foldover Clutch, & Antropologie Scalloped Brink Pencil Skirt

Taking some inspiration from T. Swift and her song “Red,” Valentine’s Day is the day out of the year to experiment with bold, intense reds. The Calvin Klein dress is cut to flatter the figure, and the red lace dress incorporates a material that is as hot right now as its color. But just because it is Valentine’s Day doesn’t mean you have to go for the full-effect with a red dress.

Red accessories, like a great pair of heels, or bow-detailed clutch are just as festive. They’ll also provide a much needed pop of color if you opt for a little black dress this Valentine’s Day. Not only are the Kenneth Cole flats spot on for the holiday, they are are functional year round too.

The scalloped skirt is a more burnt orange, and can be a great day to do Valentine’s Day with a group of friends or at the office. Pair it with a sweater in black or navy and a great pair of flats.

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