I know Valentine’s Day gets a bad rap as a cheesy Hallmark holiday, but after Christmas and New Year’s, Valentine’s Day is one of the few excuses to get festive during winter’s darkest days. And this year, we need any reason we can get to celebrate, right? Valentine’s Day is also an excuse for date night in our house, which sadly, we haven’t been great about during Covid. Even though we probably won’t go out this year (anyone want to watch our kids?), I still plan to get out of my sweats and get dressed to make it feel a bit more special. So yes, it’s early, but I’m already looking for cute Valentine’s Day outfit ideas (and Valentine’s gifts for the kids and hubs.)
I like to look a little festive, but I don’t want to look cheesy in head-to-toe red and pink. (I also don’t own very much red or pink). And since we’ll probably be doing takeout after the kids go to bed this year (unless anyone want to sit?), I want to wear something that’s comfy but still cute. I rounded up a mix of Valentine’s Day outfit options, whether you’re using February 14th as an excuse to dress up, or you’e keeping it casual at home.
Whether you’re going low-key or planning something a little more special, if you’re looking for help getting dressed, I rounded up a mix of Valentine Day’s outfit ideas.
Low-Key Valentines’s Day Date
Romantic Valentine’s Date
Valentine’s Day Party
Valentine’s Day Party With Your Kids