A-line dresses are simple and look good on anyone, no matter what your body shape. They are casual enough to be worn in everyday life, but cute enough to make a statement. Plus, they are pretty affordable and easy to find.
Think pink (and red)!
Pink and red are traditional Valentine's Day colors. Also, wearing red is said to make a person automatically more attractive.
Personally, I find that combining pink with golden-colored jewelry is a great look. Remember, Valentine's Day is a day to dress extra if you so choose to.
As red is such an adored Valentine's Day color, it is no surprise you automatically envision red lipstick when thinking of more romantic looks.
I can admire the artistry of layering, but lighter fabrics automatically make you look more "soft", if that makes sense.
Flats or heels
Most cultures have decided that heels are the ultimate feminine shoe choice. But if you like having uninjured feet, I'd say flats are a good alternative. Ankle boots also seem to be in high demand nowadays.
It's still winter! This would be perfect if you're planning on watching The Notebook and gorging on chocolate.
Something with roses
Rose designs seem to be trendy nowadays, and with good reason. I personally really love the idea of even a hoodie with a few roses on it.