who says you can't spend Valentine's Day with the girls?
Not everyone loves Valentine's Day but whether you acknowledge it or not, the fact is, it's rapidly approaching. And even for Valentine's Day suckers like me, there's always one question that looms dark over my head as the 'Hallmark Holiday' rapidly approaches, "What should I wear?"
That annoying question that pressures you during the most crucial times of the year when you're hoping much to the contrary that you'll finally catch a break during the already sparingly spread holidays.
I want to look cute, but not overdone for my date. What do I wear for a Valentine's Girls' Night Out? I hate Valentine's Day but I still have to look presentable for dinner. It's a 'homemade-meal & movie' kind of Valentine's but I don't want to wear pajamas or get too dressed up. WHAT DO I WEAR?
And the above silent dialogue in your head is exactly why this week's post is 5 looks for Valentine's Day, one look for each type of situation, for each type of girl well 'each' being five. Even if you don't enjoy Valentine's Day, at least you'll have the stress of your outfit out of the way!
This first look is my pick for a girls' night out. It's fun, festive, but still comfortable. Pick any pink or red baggy sweater for festivity & comfort and pull it over a neutral colored skirt. I picked gold for a little more glam but black, cream, or gray would be just as cute!
Add a black necklace, some sparkly bracelets, and a black clutch.
Simple black heels that are short enough to still be comfortable.
And the Valentine's Day GNO look is finished.
See the difference some sparkly arm candy and girly rings can make?
sweater :: h&m (similar)
skirt :: asos (similar)
necklace :: forever 21
bow ring :: madewell (similar)
bracelets :: bauble bar
clutch :: forever 21 (similar)
shoes :: zara (similar)
baby kitten ring :: c/o michelle chang
nail polish :: essie minimalistic my all time favorite light pink