It doesn't matter if your celebrating from your gal pals or prince charming... find out what you should be wearing this Valentine's Day, by Rosa Fairfield
I love wearing lace, it's delicate and feminine. If lace dresses aren't your thing, why not try a lace top with a different texture on the bottom. It's something you can dress-up - with a full length skirt - or dress down with a pair of jeans, depending on how you're thinking of spending your day.
This is another of my feminine favourites. It has a romantic vibe but you can make it look edgy by adding a pair of sneakers/trainers and a tee.
Blush & Pale Pink
A great alternative to red and it has a softer, classic feel. Mix pale pink with white to break up the outfit... or even try pink shoes for something a little different.
Red & Pink
This colour combination is really starting to grow on me, and it just screams Valentine's Day. Pale pinks look great with crimson reds. You can wear block colours with different pieces or try working a pattern.
Fun Heart Prints
This one is a teaser for my next post. We all know I love prints and what better time of year is there for a girly novelty print? From dresses with hearts on to shoes with lipstick patterns - there are some creative pieces out their.
Silk dresses are a great choice if you're going out to a fancy restaurant for the evening - very classic, hollywood glamour. Add some strap sandals, a simple necklace and style your your hair in finger waves to complete the look.
* Whilst I was having my pictures took here, a little boy walked past and said: "Mom, look, it's a princess." That comment made my day.
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