All You Need Is Love
Valentine’s Day is about celebrating love in all its forms. Whether you'll be cuddling up for a cozy night in or hitting the town for a candlelit dinner, lean into the holiday’s classic cues to inform your closet choices. You can never go wrong by wearing your heart on your sleeve – rose red and candy pink will always reign supreme – but you can also fan the flames in an elegant LBD, sleek lounge set or glittering jewelry.
You’re destined to find something you adore in our dreamy Valentine’s Day edit.
If You’re Staying In
There’s nothing like a homemade meal and quality time spent together to make loved ones feel extra special. If your plans involve putting your feet up, let laid-back and languid be your buzzwords for the evening.
Frank & Eileen’s barely-there blush sweat set and pink plaid button up are stylish ways to nod to the night. The same goes for Kerri Rosenthal’s sweetly embroidered striped sweater. Subtle and sophisticated, the ‘loved’ message has legs beyond February 14th.
If you prefer to play up the pink, White+Warren and Crush offer sleek sweaters that practically beg to be paired with an equally enchanting cashmere wrap. We’re also sweet on Nation’s peasant top, which just so happens to come in an aptly named ‘rose red’ shade.
If You're Going Out
Headed to a restaurant or refined event? Valentine’s Day offers an occasion to pull out all the sartorial stops. Satin, lace and thigh-high slits all make the cut.
Start your search with Smythe. Like opening a box of beautiful chocolates, the Canadian label can always be relied upon to dazzle with ever-more-inventive designs. Their single-button blazer, scalloped lace top and asymmetrical satin dress are equally strong contenders.
Not to be outdone, Jason Wu’s shocking magenta shirt dress and Self-Portrait's feminine frocks make the case for modern sweetheart dressing.
If black’s drama draws you in, Norma Kamali’s jet body-skimming dresses are the perfect antidote to saccharine colour surges. All that’s left to do is add the subtle glint from a statement necklace.