24 Valentine’s Day Outfit Ideas for Fashion Girls


Nothing is hotter than red leather pants. Top them off with a cozy black turtleneck and a checked coat, then punctuate the look with two-tone pointy boots.

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Show a little shoulder with a red-accented Fair Isle sweater. Cropped black jeans complete with a belt and white pumps keep things dressy yet casual.

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Here’s proof that layers can be sexy. Take your go-to red turtleneck and slip it on under a purple cable-knit sweater. A semi-sheer skirt in a slightly darker shade of purple and bow-accented pumps round out the look. (If you’re worried your legs will get cold, work in some black tights.)

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What’s more romantic than a lacy white dress? Adding a crisp shirtdress, corresponding sandals, layered necklaces and a red bag.

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Layer a red turtleneck under a red and blue suit to show you mean business. A blue bag and white mules are the perfect finishing touches.

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Make a statement skirt edgier by styling it with a black dress and cropped bomber. For February 14, add in some black tights and make sure your belt, earrings and heels all flaunt rectangle accents.

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Pairing red and pink is still a thing so sport a red bag crossbody style over a pink blazer and a basic white tee. Favor even more color with blue silky pants.

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Slipping on a clingy black turtleneck under a pink dress boasting a square neckline ups the sexy quotient. A red lip and black pumps round out the look.

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Follow KiKi Layne’s lead and skip red or pink in favor of gold and plum. Match your lips to the skirt and complete the outfit with pinkish leopard boots.

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Celebrate love the Parisienne way. Pair an off-the-shoulder Breton top with red wide-leg trousers and wrap your hair up in a complementary patterned scarf. Throw on a black blazer and black pumps when you head out for date night.

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A red leather trench and white pumps with red heart decals can make anything Valentine’s Day-worthy.

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Rock a colorblock sweater dress with a side slit that lets you show off those over-the-knee boots.

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Pair a furry pink crop top with multicolored plaid pants and white boots. Bring a cozy coat along in case things take a chilly turn.

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Team a cropped red top and a matching ruched skirt with black pumps. Stay warm by draping a black blazer up top.

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A floral vest and coordinating skirt say Valentine’s Day, but a ribbed gray turtleneck, a checked blazer and some fancy footwear make it appropriate for February.

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Stay cozy in a black turtleneck layered under a long sweater that can be worn as a dress. Embellished tall sock boots add some razzle-dazzle to the look.

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A pink dress and tall brown boot pairing is perfect for Valentine’s Day. Earn extra credit for breaking out a red iPhone case.

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A red ombre coat and fiery ankle boots transform a black and white sweater and cropped leather pants into a Valentine’s Day ensemble.

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Make a lacy pink dress season-appropriate by wearing a red cable-knit cardigan on top. Cap things off with red ankle boots.

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Amp up a moody floral dress with a red turtleneck. Then match your bag to your pumps.

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Keep it simple by styling a chunky red sweater with pink pants. A quilted shoulder bag adds an extra pop of texture.

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Tame a billowy leopard print blouse with red pants. Swap the sandals for suede ankle boots to winterize the look.

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The red roses really pop against the powder blue background on this Brock Collection maxi dress. Cap things off with lace-up dusty pink booties for a truly romantic look.

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Complement a red turtleneck maxi dress (preferably one with a standout pink panel) with a draped coat in the same shade. Balance out the outfit with white boots.

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Putting together a date night look in winter can be hard. You want to sizzle, but don’t want your teeth chattering as you face the cold with bare legs, arms, shoulders or, gasp, all three. And with Valentine’s Day smack in the middle of February, looking hot on the romantic holiday can be tricky.

So we went ahead and put together Valentine’s Day outfit ideas courtesy of our favorite celebs, street style stars, designers and Instagram influencers. Whether you’re looking for an ensemble you can wear straight from work or want to learn layering tricks so you can still sport that sexy dress, we’ve got the answers. Just be prepared for a few alterations, like slipping on tights or draping a heavy coat on top.

Here are 24 looks sure to heat things up this Valentine’s Day.

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