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With Love: Get On Trend For Valentine's Day!

Making that effort to be romantic also means dressing up, don’t you agree? With Valentines day coming up, we all know you ladies are probably busy planning your special dates, working those new recipes, and booking those reservations, so allow us to help you in the wardrobe department!

When it comes to fashion, Valentines day is the perfect day to sport your most flirty, most alluring pieces. From workwear, to lingerie, there’s always a Valentines Day twist to the trends. If you feel a little daring on the day of love, try out these looks that’s bound to steal some glances:


Whip Out The Lingerie


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For the woman that’s not afraid to push those boundaries, wearing your lingerie as part of outerwear is the ultimate, sexy look for Valentines day. Pieces like bralettes, body suits and slips can be layered over blouses, or under blazers to make your look flexible for day-to-night.


A Touch Of Red


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Incite a little passion by adding a touch of red to your look. Use some accessories, makeup, or even a ruby top to signal that passion.


See Through You

With the sheer trend going on for the warmer season, adding the illusion of skin is a subtle way to amp up your coquetry. (P.S: Florals would be real romantic, too!)


Shine Away


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Steal the spotlight with a metallic outfit. Don’t be afraid to go all out and sparkle! It is Valentines Day after all.


On Top


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Predictably, crop tops will peak in trend as we approach summer. So why not play along? Go for the most voluminous, ruffled crop tops to give you that festive feel for your date.


Blushing Pink


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Last but not least, don’t underestimate the power of pink to woe any admirer. Whether it’s a pink dress, pink jacket, pink shoes, pink lips—anything goes!


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