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Snowy Valentine’s Outfit

Valentine’s Day can be such a touchy subject. Some girls thrive on it; others despise it. I don’t think I’ve ever been one to scoff at the day – but I’ve also never really been in a place where I was against the idea of love. I’m all for it being celebrated, whether with my gal pals or with a certain gentleman, or even with the characters of one of my favorite novels!

As it’s a holiday that can be spent in such a plethora of ways, these next few style posts will all feature looks that work for wherever the day may take you [even it the day decides that you shouldn’t leave your bed;)] .

To get the ball rolling [and because all we’ve had to work with lately is a whole lot of snow] I’m starting with how to dress for a Valentine’s date when the weather outside is frightful!

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I’m a big fan of a monochromatic look, especially for a date night. And of course, the key to making any outfit work for Valentine’s Day is to throw in something pink or red. However, with piles of snow covering the ground, those go-to red heels you love to impress your guy with won’t work. [If you can walk in heels in snow, you deserve an award or medal. At least a cookie.] Keep on those warm winter boots and grab any neutral, solid-colored dress you have. Find a way to add red or pink accessories elsewhere, like with a scarf or statement necklace. I’m all for extra warmth when it’s snowy, so a blanket scarf was a no-brainer. I’d love to throw in red mittens to this look if I had them!

 Red and pink accessories to help your guy keep you warm:

Shop similar items to those I’m wearing:

How do you prepare for those chilly temperatures and manage to still look your best on Valentine’s Day?

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  • Christina S

    I love how the scarf adds a bit of pop to the outfit. Looks like you had a lot of fun taking these photos!

    Christina :: Simple and Delish

  • So true! Glad to see a practical Valentine clothing post for those of us who live in cold climates. I have no idea what I’m wearing yet, but I do remember last year Valentine’s Day was one of the coldest days of the years. We almost didn’t even go out, but we were double dating with friends so we had to!

  • Love this look AND the items you selected! Super cute! I hope you got the heater situation fixed! I was worried about you!

    -Adriele

    http://www.StyleAssisted.com

  • Happinessatmidlife

    Perfect winter look and I love the red buffalo checked scarf!

    Thank you for being a part of TBT Fashion link up and hope to see you soon!

    Alice

    http://www.happinessatmidlife.com