How exactly should a Valentine's Day wardrobe reflect the season, in either celebrating an advent of a date or rejoicing freedom? Try for something a little less mediocre for day wear. Whether it be in the work place or running daily errands, choose something that's fun and flirty, a little less serious than maybe the normal office attire. A pastel coloured blouse atop the regular suiting skirt is relaxed and feminine while remaining professional. If there is no room for wardrobe variation, try a vibrant red lip and a matching manicure to celebrate the day.
If Valentine's Day evening means date night, change the outfit theme from fun and flirty to sexy and sophisticated. Colour combinations speak volumes of the wearer's mood. Red on black or rich royal blue create a strong and sexy image while the classic bright red lip is virtually unavoidable. The runways of 2013 New York Spring Fashion Week had the right idea! Team with some ladylike accessories for the perfect feminine touch and add a killer heel for the ultimate Valentine's Day ensemble.
Love-struck Drew Barrymore once said, "I love romance. I'm a sucker for it. I love it so much. It's pathetic." Guaranteed she knows how to work a loved-up wardrobe!