Not So Cheesy: A Valentine’s Day Look Book

This is a look book that features some bad-ass looks to rock on  Valentine’s day. Whether you’re on a date with your man or partying the night away with your gang of single ladies, you can still make a style statement with these looks. These ensembles are far from the cliché  Valentine’s day looks that everyone rocks. Slay on V-day with these sassy looks.

1. Good Catch, Mate!


Here I styled a solid, red cut-out sweater with a phenomenal pair of distressed boyfriend jeans and some fish net stockings. So what if you don’t have a bae to share clothes with on Valentine’s day, at least a pair of boyfriend jeans can fill that void! In the most couture sense that is.  Anyways the sweater and jeans work well for a subtle hint of red for the occasion without being completely stereotypical. Adding Ox-blood coloured booties not only gave me some height but also made the boyfriend jeans look more flattering on my petite frame.  A good tip for all the shorties out there! I added a dark lip and some fish nets to the mix to make the look edgy and bold. I also threw on some chunky bangles and bracelets to look like a total bombshell. And yes, how could I forget my pink aviators on V-day?

2. Too Cool To Care


I paired a basic brown pullover with a sassy pleather (faux leather) skirt. It’s asymmetrical shape and texture adds a wow factor to an otherwise mundane look. I decided to add yet another texture to my look in the form of my wet look, knee-high boots. The gold details and extra shine from the boots made the look even more casual yet dressy at the same time. I rocked a jewelled gold choker to match the hardware of the boots and added a nifty little bag with a huge red key-chain to add that pop of red yet again. The animal print bag makes the ensemble chic and comfortable. Just added a dark burgundy lip colour along with some retro shades to match the aesthetics of my wardrobe and…Voila! You have the perfect look for a Valentine’s  day concert, brunch date or even a night out.

3. Dainty Devil

Just because you wear something girly and pink doesn’t necessarily mean you have to stick to the ordinary Valentine’s day wardrobe. Looking unique and memorable for your date is what actually matters don’t you think? Here I matched my fuzzy , pastel pink sweater with a slim fitted, body hugging mini-skirt and some black fringed boots to keep the look interesting, bold yet feminine. Plus who doesn’t love fringe? I wore huge dangler earrings with turquoise beads to break away from the monotony of the pastel pink and paired it with blue , oversized reflectors to complete the look. I also wore a coral pink lip colour for a more fun and quirky vibe.

Hope you liked the post. Feel free to give me suggestions on what you would like to see next. 

XOXO

SHRADDHA SOVAN

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Photography By: Mayank Mathur

WARDROBE

Look 1:

  • Jeans: SR Store
  • Sweater: Incense
  • Booties: City Centre (Kuwait)
  • Sunglasses: Goa Flea Market
  • Fish Net Stockings: N-Gal

Look 2:

  • Skirt: Forever 21
  • Pullover: Zara
  • Sunglasses: Incense
  • Bag: City Centre (Kuwait)
  • Key Chain: City Centre (Kuwait)
  • Boots: City Centre (Kuwait)
  • Choker: Rajouri

Look 3:

  • Top: Sarojini Nagar
  • Skirt: Incense
  • Sunglasses: Goa Flea Market
  • Earrings: Goa Flea Market
  • Boots: City Centre (Kuwait)
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4 comments

  1. Tarandeep Kaur · February 13

    U looking damn hot shades😙😙

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Beauty Kumar · February 13

    Loved this blog looking forward to reading many more. Would like one on how women in fortys should dress. Haha love you.

    Liked by 1 person

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