Valentine’s Day Already in Your Closet

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You don’t always have to go and buy something new to feel romantic, and even a little bit sexy.  Items already in your closet can easily be revamped with some easy styling and a little bit of creativity. Time to take another look at wardrobe with an open mind and you might surprise yourself.


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Shop the Look: Ruched Crepe Sheath DressNine West Suede Boots | Vince Camuto Gold Tassel Necklace | Champagne Post Earrings

All of those items you purchased last year that were Pantone’s it color Marsala can be worn now for a romantic feel. Wearing this warm red tone is a great way to to be sophisticated, professional, and festive this Valentine’s Day. Add a pair of stiletto black boots for that extra va va voom on date night.


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Shop the LookLace Mesh Top | Tulle Rose Skirt | Steve Madden Lace Up | Pave Crystal Bobby Pins

Lace is usually synonymous with our spring and summer wardrobe, but it can be worn for Valentine’s Day for a feminine touch. This look is extra flirty when paired with a tulle rose skirt. Keep the look grown up with a lace up heel.


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Shop the LookSpanx Back Seam PantyhoseCalvin Klein Sheath DressRed Roses Pump | Crystal Teardrop Earrings

Nowadays we can easily forget how romantic and sexy hosiery is, as it gets stowed away in our drawers. But it can instantly add class and style to even the simplest LBD worn for Valentine’s Day. Small details like a back seam add that extra vintage feel.



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