Romantic Wear for Valentine’s Day

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Romantic Wear for Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air with Valentine’s Day a heartbeat away. Sweethearts are rushing around everywhere with plans to show their special Valentine just how much they mean to them (Date Night, anyone?). Whether you are the giver or receiver this Valentine’s Day, it’s always fun to get into the holiday spirit. What girl doesn’t love to dress up every now and then? Spark up the romance this year by wearing something that will be sure to catch your Valentine’s attention! From gorgeous lace to beautiful flowy textures, these dresses we have chosen will have you ready to keep your Valentine’s heart beating non-stop.

A little bit of detail can go a long way when dressing up for someone, such as wearing a dress with little hints of lace. This in turn shows just the right amount of skin for your special someone. Remember, less is always more!

(Nasty Gal Coquette Lace Dress $78, Nastygal.com)

coquettedress

Who says you can’t wear black on Valentine’s Day? Black can be just as romantic as red if it’s styled in a light manner like this dress. Not only does it show off that romance theme we’re going for, but it also provides a mysterious factor that will definitely get your Valentine’s attention. A stain of color on the lips, such as red or pink, can balance the black tone of the dress to amp it up a bit.

(Free People FP New Romantics Lovers Lane Ikat Dress $140, Freepeople.com)

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For a bit of a more laidback approach, a simple fitting dress with some intricate detailing is sure to do the job. A dress that fits in all the right ways doesn’t need to have a lot to make a statement. You are wearing the dress; it isn’t wearing you, so flaunt what you have! Picking one in a light hue as pictured will give room for you to show off your beautiful locks in any style you want with it not being too much.

(STYLESTALKER Love Me Do Dress $190, Dailylook.com)

reddress

Of course we had to go with at least one classic red dress for this occasion. You can never go wrong with a number like this, especially with a pair of fabulous heels. Red just screams romance and attention when you walk into a room. There will be no hiding from your Valentine! When pairing a dress like this with heels, stay away from prints and go with a simple color, such as black. It won’t overpower the red of the dress but will instead pull it all together.

(Cooperative Queen of Hearts Fit & Flare Dress $79, Urbanoutfitters.com)

heartprinteddress

Keep in mind with this next dress that there is no such thing as being too romantic. What else says romance other than hearts? A heart-printed dress, of course! The detailing of the hearts on this dress is balanced perfectly with the small print of the images and the sweetheart neckline. Not only is it super wearable, but there are so many different combinations you can do with it by adding tights underneath or even just throwing a cardigan over it. Whatever you choose to do you’ll definitely be the true “Queen of Hearts” in this piece.

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