Roses Are Red

This Valentine’s Day I’m leaving the color red to the roses and have some other romantic color combinations in mind.

Fierce Purple

Purple is an understated color that, in my opinion, adds so much more impact than the typical ‘pretty in pink’ look. The key is to find a top in a luxurious material, like silk or chiffon to really make the color pop. This look is perfect for a few cocktails before dinner, but will also keep you fiercely confident for wherever the night may take you.

The essentials: Silk purple top, black cigarette skinnies and a killer accent belt.

Valentines Day Purple

 

Golden Neutrals

Neutral tones are probably the farthest thing from your mind when you’re thinking about what to wear on a day where all you see is shades of red. Show your festive side without the cliche color palette with a shimmery gold skirt and a comfortable, yet flirty style white top. This look is perfect for a day date – and remember, your lipstick counts as your Valentine’s Day display of red.

The essentials: A white or neutral top, string of pearls and of course, the gold skirt.

Valentines Day Gold

 

LBD, Meet Blush

We all know the little black dress is a wardrobe staple. That’s because it can be a go-to for any occasion. To create a minimalistic look, choose a dress style that is more draped than structured. Paired with a peach or blush colored blazer and a delicate slip underneath, this look is great for the fancy dinner and evening date.

The essentials: Your classic little black dress and a delicate slip.

Valentines Day LBD

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