[Featured above: Red Pleat Dress from Dorothy Perkins, $79.]
I personally think that red looks great on every woman. But… a lot of women disagree. And while I am always encouraging readers to step outside of their comfort zone and try something new, Valentine’s Day is definitely NOT the day to do it. So, if you’re among the women who don’t like to wear red (or pink, for that matter), then here are three Valentine’s Day outfits just for you.
1. Little black dress with red accessories. If you would never wear a red dress, but are not completely intimidated by the color, then this look is built for you. Pull out your favorite LBD and punch it up with a red handbag, red shoes and a red, skinny belt.
[Featured below: James Perse Black Stretch Dress, $145; Faux Leather Crossbody from Nordstrom, $36; Jessica Simpson Adeni Pumps, $35.60; Patent narrow-buckle belt, $29.50; Adia Kibur Classic Gemstone Necklace, $60.]
2. Champagne dress with gold accessories. Think of it as a grownup version of pink. And what better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than with a bit of champagne?
3. Leather (or faux leather) and lace. This sexy little duo has a nice bondage-y kind of feel to it. So if you’re in a “50 Shades” mood, this just may be the look for you.