11 Fun Valentine's Looks for Every Occasion

  Feeling Festive But Not Into Pinks and Reds I love this flirty look. The fluttery ruffles of the top add the perfect sweetness to the look...


Feeling Festive But Not Into Pinks and Reds

I love this flirty look. The fluttery ruffles of the top add the perfect sweetness to the look, while the high buttoning of the collar, the cigarette pants, and patent creepers balance out the overly sweet top. Tiny floral details on the gingham print pants also add a little more festivity to the look.

Headband: Amazon | Top: thrifted | Trousers: older style from Worthington (many are available on Poshmark, or similar here) | Oxfords: older style from Target (similar here)

Festive and Flirty Dance Date

I honestly just want to wear this dress everywhere. It's so beautiful, floaty, and flattering. Pair it with leather sandals for a relaxed summery style in the middle of winter. 

Dress: Eloquii | Shoes: Nisolo

A Trip to the Bookstore

I love a casual academia-style look. Super high-waisted skinnies paired with a luxe red tee shirt and cotton blazer say "I'm sophisticated but casual." Top it off with classic white high-tops and a fun printed headband.

Headband: Target | Blazer: Old Navy | Tee: Universal Standard | Skinny jeans: Universal Standard | Sneakers: Converse

Edgy Valentine's Day Night look

I love this look so much. The dress is actually two pieces so it would be easy to play with this sheer overlay dress. I paired it with buckled snake print booties and a bright red lip. The floral underdress gives it a very "girly" look, while the blacks and reds make it sexier and edgier.

Dress: Older Vera Wang from Kohls | Boots: Report

Floral Valentine's Day Night look

A floral romper with fluttery sleeves is so sweet and lovely. This one includes pockets! Add a floral strappy sandal to keep the floral style throughout the look.

Romper: Stitchfix | Sandals: similar

Heading to the Grocery Store

This is such a fun look. I love the pairing of the chunky knit sweater with the skinny overalls. It's such a fun and casual look but also super comfy and so put together! 

Sweater: Old Navy (similar) | Overalls: Universal Standard (similar) | Flatforms: Avon (similar)

A Day at the Museum

I love a cardigan as a top, fully buttoned. They elevate an entire look and look so classy. Here, I've tucked it into high-rise flares and paired with classic tan heeled booties.

Cardigan: Old Navy (similar) | Jeans: Universal Standard | Booties: Nisolo

Festive Office Attire

This one is very possibly my most favorite. The look is laid back yet polished. And so comfortable I actually wore it to work while working from home. I love the pleats of the bold pants with a tapered ankle. The knit turtleneck is shaped with a French tuck and ballon sleeves. And the leopard oxfords add a fun pop of print!

Headband: Amazon | Sweater: American Eagle | Slacks: Eloquii | Oxfords: Dolce Vita

Running Errands

A layered tank over a simple tee is such a casual look that gives an air of 90s style. It's fun, relaxed, and easy to wear. Make the tank and dress and add matching sneakers for an incredibly comfy and stylish look.

Tee: Old Navy | Dress: Older style from Target (similar) | Socks: Target dollar spot | Sneakers: Nike (similar)

Galentine's Night - Hanging with the girls

This look is seriously the easiest! Pair a mockneck sweater dress with fun graphic slip-ons. Add leggings if it's really chilly.

Virtual Book Club

I wear this outfit a lot honestly. It's so simple, but adding a collared shirt under a sweatshirt makes it look so much fancier, I swear. I paired those tops with a relaxed mom jean and fitted day glove flats. Add a high pony and you've got the preppiest book club look ever.

Sweatshirt: Bookshelf Tees | Collared shirt: Madewell | Jeans: American Eagle | Flats: Everlane

Which look is your favorite? Tell me in the comments below!

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