Valentine’s Day Style Guide
We all know it’s coming, but even the day before we’ve failed to pick out an outfit for Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re in a relationship or not, you’re bound to chill out and watch a movie, go to dinner, or do something a little more active. Use this guide as inspiration for how to look your best on the most romantic day of the year.
For the Activity-Oriented: Ice Skating
by Alexa Carlson, Fashion Writer
Ice skating on the lake is the perfect activity to get out of the house this Valentine’s Day. With temperatures below freezing, it’s the best excuse to show off your favorite winter outerwear. Layer a pair of fleece tights under comfy boyfriend jeans for extra warmth.
For the Classic Daters: Dinner
by Ashley Ng, Fashion News Correspondent
What’s a classier way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than reminiscing over a bottle of wine at your favorite restaurant? This black sweater dress shows off your figure, and paired with this grey trench coat, you’ll stay warm through this chilly February. Add these sexy taupe lace-up heels to incorporate the trending color into your outfit. Finally, polish this look with a rose gold charm bracelet and a chic faux crocodile clutch.
For the Music Lovers: Concert Night
by Ashley Mackens, Fashion Writer
Nothing gets your heart racing more than a high energy concert. Add your significant other into the mix, and you’ve got one hot night! Start with a skinny pair of metallic pants and a tailored black blazer. Check your coat at the door to reveal a slinky silk camisole. Black leather ankle boots, gold jewelry and a seductive, dark berry lip complete the look. Keep your ticket stub in a fun feather clutch as a romantic memory.
For Girl’s Night In: Popcorn and a Movie
by Maya Campbell, Fashion Editor
Let’s be honest, Valentine’s day should not only be for couples. Spend the night in luxuriating with the girls this year. Even in pajamas and slippers, your crew always knows how to make you feel special.