With Valentine’s Day tomorrow, I know plenty of people are still scrambling to find the perfect outfit ensemble for their date or night out with friends. Today I’m sharing a Valentine’s Day lookbook that will hopefully give you some outfit inspiration! While I don’t have any date-related plans for the love filled holiday, I think Valentine’s Day should be a day spent celebrating with all of those whom you love, including your friends and family. I love coming up with Valentine’s Day outfits because it’s the perfect excuse to wear a ton of pink, which, in case you couldn’t tell, is my favorite color. Without further adieu, let’s get into the lookbook!
A Cardigan Over a Pink Tank
The first look is super simple and casual, great for school on Valentine’s Day or a casual date. I love this fun, lacy, pink tank layered underneath a basic cardigan. I finished off the look with my favorite jeans, a pair of nude flats, and some gold jewelry. (Sorry the tank is so wrinkled, I was running out of daylight and didn’t have time to iron it! You’ll probably notice that the scarf in the next look is wrinkled too and that’s for the same reason.)
A Pop of Pink in a Scarf
I purchased this adorable corduroy skirt from Banana Republic Factory in the fall and I’m obsessed with it. In this outfit I styled it with a plain white sweater and a bright pink patterned scarf to add a pop of color (plus, what’s a Valentine’s Day outfit without some pink?) I wore my new favorite booties (under $50!) and added some cute Kate Spade bow earrings and my gold monogram necklace to complete the look. This look is a little less casual than the last and I could totally see myself wearing it out to dinner downtown with my friends.
sweater (sweater linked is only available in select sizes; super similar still available in most sizes linked here) // skirt (no longer available in the color shown) // booties // scarf (similar) // monogram necklace // earrings (similar) // ring
A Polka-Dotted Skirt and A Pink Turtleneck
Pink and polka-dots go together link peanut butter and jelly, so this outfit is easily my favorite in the lookbook! I styled a basic hot pink turtleneck sweater with a black and white polka-dotted skirt and my favorite Kate Spade heels. As for jewelry, I wore my pearl Danielle earrings from Kendra Scott, my Kate Spade watch, and some simple Bourbon and Boweties bangles. This look is definitely the most formal of the three and I think it would be perfect for a date!
Thanks for reading! I hope you’ve gathered some outfit inspiration and your Valentine’s Day is nothing short of lovely!