What to Wear on Valentine’s Day—No Matter Your Plans

Valentine's Day isn't just for the couples among us. So whether you're celebrating Galentine's with the girls, getting dolled up for a night out on the town, or just prepping for a movie marathon at home with your roomie, we've got your outfit inspo covered.

Staying in with your roomie:

Treat yourself to a cozy night in wearing your favorite silk set and cashmere cover. Paired with a couple face masks and a bottle of Merlot, you don’t need a boo for your best V-day to date.

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Galentine’s brunch with the girls:

Keep the mimosas on deck and your besties in check. Topped in a festive beret and booties made for a boss, your boozy brunch IG post won’t be so regrettable the next day.


Date night with your honey:

You can never go wrong with a little black dress for V-Day dinner with your sweetie. Pair it with sultry red lips and a Gucci bag to match, and all eyes will be on you all night long.

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Lunch with mom (because she knows you don’t have plans):

Your parents may have 6pm dinner reservations in your hometown, but Mom’s more than happy to stop in the city for lunch. We’re not dressing to impress this time around, so grab an oversized coat and a beanie to hide the fact that you haven’t washed your hair in a week for a meal with your OG BFF.


Throwing a low-key party for your single friends:

Gather up your favorite single ladies and cutest anti-Valentine’s Day apparel for the party of the year. In a sleek Everlane leather jacket and a custom tee from Etsy, you’ll feel confident as hell.


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