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Valentine's Day Fashion 2013

Feb 11, 2013

Make a statement this Valentine's Day and wear red, pink and heart-prints with style! You don't need to have a boyfriend or girlfriend to get into the festive spirit! It's always just so much fun to dress up in bright colours and wear heart-print clothing and accessories like a cute heart sweatshirt, heart-shaped hair accessories or a heart necklace. These things never go out of style so you're in luck if you want to treat yourself to something special this Valentine's Day. Go wild and wear head to pink or red. Better yet, clash red and pink together for an unforgettable look - no matter what you decide to wear,  just be sure to make it your own! 

1. Wear a fun love-themed sweatshirt. It doesn't need to be pink or red - just spread the love

Heart stripe sweater, $18.75Heart stripe sweater, $18.75Courtesy of Forever21.com
 

2. A pink or red dress is a classic. Pair with clashing tights or sneakers for a fun look. 

Pink dress, $18.75Pink dress, $18.75Courtesy of Forever21.com
 

3. Heart-print sneakers - you don't need an excuse to get these cute sneakers!

Heart print Converse, $45Heart print Converse, $45Courtesy of Converse.com
 

4. Heart necklace - give one to your best friend

Best Friends Heart necklace, $7Best Friends Heart necklace, $7Courtesy of Claires.com
 

5. Valentine's Day tights - these heart tights are so festive! 

Pamela Mann heart tights, $10Pamela Mann heart tights, $10Courtesy of Mytights.com
 

6. Heart purse - a pop of colour you can carry all year! 

Leopard heart phone wallet, $16Leopard heart phone wallet, $16Courtesy of Asos.com
 

7. We heart patterned socks!

Bird love socks, $6Bird love socks, $6Courtesy of Topshop.com

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What are you wearing for Valentine's Day this year?

 

 

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What do you give your Valentine on Valentine's Day?

  • I give flowers to my Valentine. Roses always do the trick.
  • No question, my sweetie likes chocolate!
  • Usually it's a Valentine's Day Card. I like to keep it classic.
  • Oh, we don't really celebrate Valentine's Day.

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