Last year I did the typical Valentine’s Day outfit. It was red and white – bright and vibrant (you can check it out here). This year, I didn’t want to stick to the typical Valentine’s Day colors and wear red, pink, or white. Is there some unwritten rule that establishes that every woman should wear her red dress on Valentine’s Day? I think not.
This year, I’m wearing the outfit that I want to wear, and celebrating Valentine’s Day like it is every other day. Because, in my opinion, you don’t just wait for Valentine’s Day to celebrate love – you should celebrate love every single day. So when the holiday arrives, it is just a date night out to grab a bite together or do something else that you both enjoy.
For this year’s outfit, I am hoping for a warmer weather day and pairing a navy high-waisted, calf-length skirt with a peach colored short sleeved crop top from TwentyFour Fashion. Then I am adding a touch of gold with my shoes and accessories.
The outfit is fit for early spring, but lately, we’ve been having a few days where the weather warms up a little and it feels almost like spring. Though, I have a strong feeling that it won’t happen this February 14th, I am still going to rock this outfit by just bearing the cold weather with a fashionable trench coat and hope that the restaurant has the heat on high enough to keep me comfortable.
For Valentine’s Day, my fiance and I are staying local and grabbing a four course meal at a restaurant in the area we live – it makes it easier for us because Valentine’s Day is falling on a weekday and plus, we are a little short on funds with all of our money going into our dream wedding. I still can’t believe this is going to be our last Valentine’s Day as an unmarried couple! So amazing!
Top c/o | Skirt c/o | Shoes: Forever 21 | Bag: Primark
Thank you to TwentyFour Fashion for partnering with me on this post. Opinions and style are 100% my own.