If you aren't the biggest fan of Valentine's Day, it's still a fun excuse to celebrate your significant other or your friends—even if it is a Hallmark holiday. Let us tell you, wearing anything adorned in hearts or flowers will definitely make you look like a Valentine's Day enthusiast. In case that's not exactly the vibe you're going for, we're here to show you a selection of outfits that are on the more subtle side.
Whether you're in need of a more casual daytime look or are craving a reason to finally dress up again, there is a no-fuss look in here for you with absolutely zero saccharine hearts in sight. As long as you follow the simple and approachable outfit formulas ahead, you are guaranteed to have a fabulous-looking Valentine's Day, no matter what your plans are.
Keep scrolling to see the most stylish outfits to wear this Valentine's Day.
Style Tip: If you want to wear one of the most popular Valentine's Day colors for the day, opt for an '80s-inspired dress with a pair of black tights.
Rotate Birger Christensen Kaya Cutout Jacquard Mini Dress ($310)
Wolford Satin Touch 20 Comfort Tights ($49)
Style Tip: Not much of a dress person? Opt for a silk matching set instead.
Vince Silk-Satin Blouse ($345)
Friday by JW Pei Eva Shoulder Bag ($30)
Style Tip: Combine a pair of vibrant pink pants with a lavender-hued jacket for an unexpected color combination.
Gucci Leather Blazer ($5500)
Usisi Sister Flora Pleated Woven Straight-Leg Pants ($162)
Style Tip: Without a doubt, styling a feminine frock with a pair of tights and chunky sneakers will create an undeniably cool contrast.
Sister Jane Rosy Knees Tweed Confetti Dress ($126)
Nike Air Max 270 React Sneaker ($10720)
Style Tip: If you want to wear a classic red dress for Valentine's Day, keep your accessories simple with a pair of simple black kitten heels.
The Reformation Underwood Dress ($248)
Balenciaga Square Knife Bb Logo-Embellished Leather Mules ($750)
Style Tip: If you're going to wear a hot-pink suit, dress it down with a dark T-shirt.
Eloquii 9-To-5 Stretch Blazer ($100)
H&M Wide-Cut Cotton T-Shirt ($10)
Style Tip: If you have something more casual planned for this Valentine's Day, style a pair of classic jeans under your dress.
Mara Hoffman Aranza Smocked Organic Cotton-Blend Midi Dress ($350)
Agolde Wilder Mid-Rise Straight-Leg Jeans ($180)
Style Tip: Feeling especially festive? A sequinned skirt with a basic Tank top and a timeless coat will be perfect for you.
BP. Scoop Neck Crop Tank ($6)
Never Fully Dressed Plus Sequin Midi Skirt in Pink ($125)
Style Tip: Add a romantic touch to your outfit with a pretty pink coat.
Stand Studio Oversized Single-Breasted Coat ($406)
H&M Faux Leather Skirt ($25)
Style Tip: A prairie girl–inspired top in a cherry-red hue paired with chic, kitschy jewelry will be an unique combination for the holiday.
With Jéan Iris Top ($169)
Eliou Cuore Earrings ($142)
Style Tip: For a guaranteed non-cheesy Valentine's Day look, pair a hot-pink top with cool, plaid pants in a similar shade.
Urban Outfitters Uo Daydream Turtleneck Sweater ($39)
Rebecca Vallance Ryder Checked Twill Straight-Leg Pants ($134)
Style Tip: Another route you can take for Valentine's Day is the ultra-flirtatious combination of a corset with a bias-cut skirt.
Lioness Plaza Lace Bustier Top ($79)
Deveaux Merel Bias Slip Skirt ($695)
Up next, the Valentine's Day gifts your S.O. will actually love.
This story was published at an earlier date and has been updated by Dale Chong.
This article originally appeared on Who What Wear
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