5 Comfy & Casual Valentine's Outfits, Plus 5 Outfits That Are Extra!
The month of love is here and I thought it would be the perfect time to show you some of my favorite Valentine’s outfits, but with a twist!
I’ll be showing you five comfy and casual Valentine’s day outfits, and five that are really fabulous and kind of extra! Maybe you're going out this year or maybe you want to feel chic at home. There’s a little bit of something for everyone here.
Keep scrolling to see 10 cute Valentine’s day outfits no matter what your plans are for the holiday.
1. Living my best life in my comfy robe
Here's comfy look number 1. I love a good robe, especially one that makes me feel boujee and like I'm lounging around in my 10-million-dollar mansion. Can anyone else relate?
I paired this beautiful floral kimono robe with plain black leggings and a sports bra. I also went for these cute pink strappy sandals to finish off the look.
The robe is truly the centerpiece. Take it off and you can go for a quick workout. Keep it on and you're a socialite whiling away the day at home.
2. The coven, but make it fashion
OK, now for the extra version! This black lace maxi dress is somewhat transparent, so opted for a black bodysuit and shorts underneath. It may be my favorite look out of all of these Valentine's outfits.
To add a little bling, I cinched my waist with a satin belt that has a statement rhinestone buckle. Finally, I paired this sexy Valentine’s Day outfit with chunky ankle boots.
3. Oh this? I just threw it on!
That's what you'll say to your partner, friends, or just yourself when you look in the mirror because it's so cute!
Back to our comfy zone, I’m wearing gray leggings, a pink lace bralette, and I layered a chunky pink cardigan on top. I love a pink and gray combo.
Instead of shoes, I went for gray and white fuzzy socks. It’s simple, cozy, and perfect for lounging around.
4. I don't need your roses
I call this one "I don't need your roses" because I'm wearing them already. That's corny, I know!
I paired the rose-print blouse with a black pleated leather mini skirt, polka dot stockings, and black ankle boots. I love pairing bold and bright colors with leather.
This is a cute date-night outfit or girls-night-out outfit - perfect for Valentine's Day.
5. Looking cute, but also ready to stuff my face
If you're planning on feasting this Valentine's Day, either at home or at an all-you-can-eat buffet, you're going to need some stretchy pants. Don't worry, I've got you!
I went for this vibrant tomato-red bodysuit, matching red sneakers, and comfy oversized sweatpants. I added a lace bralette underneath for a peek of sexiness when I'm going up for my third helping of dinner!
6. CEO of breaking hearts
All I'm missing is a matching red blazer! Here, I'm wearing high-waisted red pants and a black polo shirt. It’s simple but very classy. I finished off the look with black ankle boots and a red heart necklace.
7. Every mom from a '90s commerical
This one is really simple but still looks cute and put together. I matched a cute pink turtleneck top with loose-fit jeans and chunky white sneakers. Perfect for a casual date or just hanging out at home.
8. Love on the prairie
I was also thinking of calling this one "The hills are alive with love"!
I bought this eyelet red maxi dress secondhand and absolutely fell in love with it.
The dress is so feminine and elegant. It's the kind of dress you can just throw on and you're ready to go.
I paired it with some dainty earrings and nude strappy heels. You don't need much else with a dress like this.
9. When in doubt, go monochrome
Honestly, this is my fashion motto. Don't know what to wear? Just throw on matching pants and a top. Want to look put-together but feeling lazy? Monochrome it!
I decided to go for an off-white cozy look, pairing my cream-colored leggings with a matching oversized knit. I added fuzzy slip-on house slippers that are ridiculously comfortable.
10. Take a walk on the wild side
Here's the last extra look for today. Does anyone else consider leopard print a neutral at this point?
Be your most fabulous and sexy self with a leopard-print dress. I paired this dress with a bold gold chain necklace and some super high-heeled pumps.
Not extra enough for you? Throw on a faux-fur coat for that extra fabulous touch. Or, switch out the leopard print for an LBD and strut around like the majestic queen that you are!
So, which of these is your favorite Valentine’s outfit? Do you prefer something comfy and casual for a night in or a fabulous look for a night out? I think I prefer being a bit extra!
I hope you enjoyed this lovely mix of over-the-top and casual Valentine’s Day looks so that you can feel your best for any occasion. Thanks for joining me, and I’ll see you again next time!
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