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3 Valentine's Day Outfit Ideas

Valentine's Day... The day first became associated with romantic love in the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the High Middle Ages when the tradition of courtly love flourished. By the 15th century, it had evolved into an occasion in which lovers expressed their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery and sending greeting cards (known as "valentines").(Wikipedia). I am not sure if it's the pink and red decorations, or just the thought of love in the air, but I have always loved Valentine's day. There is just something about knowing that love is being shared whether it be through significant others, friends, siblings, parents, grandparents, or whoever you feel close to. This Valentine's day celebrate, regardless of who you are with. Below are three Valentine's day looks. The first is going from the office to meet for dinner or a drink, the second is for a casual breakfast or lunch date, and the third is for a romantic dinner date. Remember to always put your own spin on your outfit, but here are some examples to get your started. Much love to all of you and Happy Valentine's Day! 
The perfect transition from the office to a romantic after-work cocktail. Find this black pin skirt at H&M for $24.95, Satin pink blouse at H&M for $24.95, Mossey patent black bag at Aldo for $39.98, Suede Platform pumps at Target for $29.99, Old Navy earrings for $8.94, and Forever 21 Bracelet for $12.80.

The perfect Vday outfit for a Breakfast of Lunch date. Find this boot cut jeans at Old Navy for $36.94, Satin Old Navy blouse for $28.94, Old Navy canvas tote for $32.94, Charlotte Russe boots for $42.50, and Forever 21 gold tribal hoops for $5.80.

This date night outfit screams girly, flirty, and romantic. Find this convertible dress at Target for $31.99, Peep toe strap heel at Aldo for $90.00, Teardrop earrings at Forever 21 for $3.80, and Aldo feather clutch.

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