Last year, I did a Chocolate Love post where I did five outfit shots with a pink item in each outfit for different setting. This year, I thought it would be fun to create another five outfit shots for your Valentine Day, but this year, will be differentiate with your choice of style. It's fun to play dress up every other day!
(1) Everybody's Sweetheart
Go for this kind of outfit when you want to be loved by everyone. Haha.. Nothing fancy or sexy but definitely chic. Your parents, boyfriend, boyfriend's parents, and even your boyfriend's ex will love you if you dress up in a cute and lovely way. Add your best smile, with a dash of your sweet manner and you are irresistible! ;p
flower headband - thrifted, rose bracelet - from Mom, pale pink dress - Zara, white belt - thrifted,
bag - vintage, black pumps - Zonzo
(2) Social Butterfly
Yes, been loving the social butterfly term for a few days.. Anyway, when you're one of that person with oh-so-many-I-can't-count friends and fans, you will want to look your absolute best at those Valentine's Day parties you've been invited to. Be the spotlight stealer with a hot pink dress and bold gold accessorizing. Go unpredictable with red shoes to paved the Socialista status. Be mysterious and friendly at the same time and you are ready to fly.
hot pink dress - JessJess, gold bangle&necklace - PVJ, leopard print belt - CottonOn,
bag - Fiorelli, shoes - Decimal
bag - Fiorelli, shoes - Decimal
(3) True Prep
Preppy style is not limited for the A-straights-students only! It's for everybody who's feeling like looking sharp and educated on Valentine's Day. I supposed this kind of outfit will be perfect when you're going on a corporate V-Day event. Or just meeting up with your future parents-in-law for the first time ;)
Go with well-structured dress, a black and white could never go wrong, and to make it even more preppy, throw on a bold pink blazer. Remember, it's all about class, neat, and elegance.
bow headband - Madonna, dress&belt - from HongKong, pink blazer - Forever21, bag - Mango, open toe Mary Jane heels - Charles&Keith
(4) The Girl Next Door
Think approachable, cute, and demure. She's the girl you admire from afar because she always look pleasant and polite to everyone. She seems like the girl who give away cupcakes just because it's a beautiful day to bake. I supposed it's similar to Everybody's Sweetheart with less fashionable taste. Go with simple day-dress that's not too fancy, you want to get the approachable vibe. I added a modest yet adorable wooden heels with bows to complete the look. Clip-on bows and you're ready for that heart-to-heart convo.
bow hair clip - from Korea, dress - AvantGarde, white belt - thrifted, heels - JuiceStrings, bracelets - H&M
(5) A Well-Dressed Rebel
Forget pink. Go black and rebellious with all black with leopard pattern for the cherry top. To keep the Valentine theme I wear my heart-shaped sling bag. Be sassy and go against the flow, but don't be bitchy and keep the swear words for yourself. Swear words make you look cheap and uneducated. Besides, it's a day to celebrate love. You can still be rebellious and well-mannered. Actually, I'm not sure that's possible. But looking rebellious sure doesn't mean you have to act like a rebel! Just find the perfect balance of luxe and edge <3
bowler hat - ChaussureModest, lace dress - Zara, leopard print belt - CottonOn, lace stockings - WhiteShop, wedges - Bata, sling bag - Fiorelli
Hopefully everyone is having the best Valentine's Day ever. Either it be with boyfriends, family, or simply your beloved dog. I bet Cupid is extremely busy these days. Making everyone in a lovey dovey mood. LOL. I personally won't do anything special. I probably won't celebrate it at all. How sad.. But! Life is too short to be sad so I'll be awesome instead :D (thank you legendary Barney Stinson for your wise advices).
I'll just leave you with one quotes from Mary Alice of Desperate Housewives (I love a lot of her quotes but I'll keep it short for you) that has been my guide lately.. Haha..
"The vow is simple, really. Those who take it promise to stay together for better or for worse. For richer or for poorer. In sickness and in health. To honor and to cherish. Forsaking all others. Until death do us part. Yes, the vow is simple. Finding someone worthy of such a promise is the hard part. But if we can, that’s when we begin to live happily ever after."