Valentine's Day Style Inspiration

Valentine's Day weekend is upon us, loves!  Are you guys excited and enamored by all the love in the air? Or are you like me and will get in the spirit of the holiday once you find something cute to wear? If you are still looking for some outfit inspiration, you're in for a treat today. Whether you are celebrating Valentine's Day weekend with your sweetheart, your family, or  your girlfriends, I have a few outfit ideas that just might fit the occasion. I hope you enjoy!

Look 1: Romantic Casual Chic. If you're a laid-back lady like myself and love the comfort of your jeans and sweaters this season, this look might be for you. And while I just HAD to add heels to this look, they could easily be switched to booties, flats, or oxfords. For outfit details, check out my original polyvore set here. Oh, and if you'd much rather rock sneakers with your sweater and jeans, no worries---I got you covered here.
Look 2: Soft, Feminine and Flirty. For all of my ladies who are a fan of the soft, romantic look, this may be a great styling option for you. I envisioned this as the perfect Valentine's Day lunch date with the boo or the family. With the soft colors of rose quartz and khaki, combined with the lace, pearls, and floral headband, this look definitely gives off a classic feminine feel. The bold Talk That Talk lipstick from the Riri Hearts MAC collection adds just the right touch of mystery and edge to the look. And if you don't have Talk That Talk in your collection, just grab up Wet 'n Wild MegaLast Lipstick in Cherry Bomb, as it is a great dupe. For details on the look, click here.
Look 3: Floral Flirty, Wild, and Free. Now this is my wildcard look, ladies. If you want to take a walk on the sexier side of things, this might be the outfit for you! This look could be pulled off as a late night date, night out with the girls, or partying solo. Either way, this look is guaranteed to turn heads. For details on this look, click here.

Which look would you wear?

What are your plans for Valentine's Day?
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