Valentine's Day Fashions
You never need an excuse to buy heart patterned clothing and accessories and wear head to toe red and pink but Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to make this fashion statement! If you’re like us and love to get into the festive spirit of every holiday, there’s no better way than to accessorize with some fun heart shaped accessories like a big heart shapedheadband, hair barrettes, heart print cardigan or just paint your nails bright pink or red! You don’t need to have a boyfriend or girlfriend to make Valentine’s Day cards for your friends or family. Luckily heart prints never go out of style!
Valentine's Day Fashions
Heart Sequin headband, $15, at RocknRose.co.uk
Emilina heart cardigan, $14.99, at Delias.com
Heart charm necklace, $1.50, at Forever21.com
Colorful hearts hoodie, $11.80, at Forever 21
Cover Girl Fuschia Girl nail polish, $3.89
Ditsy hearts cosmetic travel bag, $4.80, at Forever 21
Heart polka dot rainboots, $15, at WalMart.com
Striped heart shirt, $11.80, at Forever 21
Red stretch bracelets, $5, at Claire’s Accessories
Heart print tennis shoes, $8, at Forever 21
Sweet Heart sunglasses, $14, at Urban Outfitters
Red tights, $10, at Asos.com
Heart ring, $20, at Punkyallsorts.com
Heart knit sweater, $11.80, at Forever 21
Chenille Mary Jane slippers, $5, at Old Navy
Leopard print heart stud earrings, $6, at Republic.co.uk
Change of Heart purse, $11.99, at ModCloth.com
Love Cali sweater, $35, at Republic.co.uk
Be My Valentine
Treat yourself to some gorgeous, romantic-themed treats and be prepared for the discounted post-Valentine’s Day sales at the shops! It’s the perfect time to stock up on yummy (heart shaped) chocolates! Give yourself or a loved one an adorable little Valentine’s Day gift like heart shaped ring, charm bracelet, t-shirt or even some adorable black and white heart print tennis shoes! The big red plastic heart pendant is the perfect accessory to go with just about anything - it adds a bright pop of color to all of your outfits. Go on, treat yourself!
What Does Valentine’s Day Mean?
Most people don’t really know why we celebrate Valentine’s Day every year on Feb. 14th. The truth is, there’s no answer that everyone can agree on. But legend has it that hundreds of years ago, there used to be a priest named Saint Valentine who performed marriage ceremonies despite a ban from the Roman emperor. When he was thrown into jail for this, he fell in love with the jailor’s daughter and sent her a love letter signed “From Your Valentine” - a phrase which is still used to this day every February!