1 Outfit, 3 Looks- Valentine’s Day Edition

aaaaaand the countdown is on! Valentine’s Day is on Monday and I can’t contain my excitement. This past week I have been working on expanding the ways I can share content with y’all so I’m trying my luck with reels. I have a reel on my instagram with the visuals for this blog so that I can continue marrying the two platforms together. 🤍Anyways, I wanted to share with you guys 3 different looks that can be styled from 1 outfit… and even better one piece, a black sweater dress. If you live in the deep south than perhaps you don’t usually spend Valentine’s freezing, but here in Virginia it is usually pretty cold/snowy here around Valentine’s Day which is why I chose to style the black sweater dress for this post. It’s simple in the essence of it and most people already have a version of it in their wardrobe. If not, it isn’t too hard to hunt down. I will link mine here for those of you who are interested; I’m in a size small. In case it gets restocked, make sure to note which size you’re looking for.

Having 3 looks to work from ensures that there is some type of inspiration for various types of styles. Let’s be honest, some days I want to look very girly and feminine but other days I need to have that fun western chic vibe… and then other days, everything else in between. Again, most of the items in this blog post are from my closet (and a few years ago) so do some digging in your own closet to see if you can put together an outfit of your own.

screenshot from the reel

Look 1: Western & Trendy 🌹

Super simple look to achieve with 2 pieces total- the black sweater dress and cowboy boots. Of course, I chose the red glitter ones but you could wear whatever colour or version you would like. To set the true trend report on fire, bust out the white cowgirl boots and shimmy on out the door.

screenshot from the reel

Look 2: Chic & Comfortable 🎀

If it happens to be a bit more chilly where you live for Valentine’s Day, then this is the perfect outfit. Black sweater dress, knee-high black boots and a mini heart purse for a splash of Valentine’s colour. If you don’t have a specific heart accessory, anything red or pink would suffice.

screenshot from the reel

Look 3: Glam & Flirty 💄

The perfect way to dress up an outfit is to enhance the accessories. I’m a big believer in “it’s all in the details” so for this look I pulled out my sparkly bow shoes that I got for the holidays and my LOVE clutch that would be perfect for a dinner date or a night out on the town.

This year, now that my blog has a foundation, I want to get creative with the ways I can utilize my current closet items. I don’t want to spend too much money on all new things when I have quite a good amount of items in my closet that could probably be made into a new outfit with just a few finishing touches. This was my first experiment with this idea so I hope you are able to draw some inspiration from this blog post! I hope you all have a wonderful Valentine’s Day weekend with your loved ones, family and friends. May it be filled with love, joy, good food and laughter 💘



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