A Valentine’s Day Outfit Doesn’t Have To Include Pink or Red

I am all about festivities and dressing the part so if you want to rock pink or red on V-day that’s definitely ok, as long as it’s done tastefully and not cheesy.

Whether you are single or boo’d up your Valentine’s Day outfit doesn’t have to include pink or red. I’m huge on denim, so any way to incorporate denim is always a plus. Denim is super effortless and nothing says sexy like not trying too hard.

My first date with my husband was actually on Valentine’s Day and I wore black trousers with a blazer (super subtle and not trying too hard).

Here are a few easy-to-pull-off Valentine’s Day outfit ideas:

Pattern top with denim skirt and over the knee boots (just like my outfit in this post)

Black faux leather pants with white tee and blazer

Oversized cardigan paired with jeans and pumps

Turtle neck and skinny jeans (shows your curves without showing any skin)


Would you guys rather dress in pink/ red to celebrate or would you rather not? Sound off below!

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Photos by Jonathan Williams