What’s up, readers, are you planning a big date?
I must I admit that I do not usually employ the word “vamp” in my usual vernacular. I was just going for that sweet alliteration… Also, unless a local nerd group puts together a study group or something, I’m just scheduling on a usual Wednesday this 14th. A sexy velour dress would probably not being appropriate attire for mooching pizza anyway.
But I do kind of feel like buying something even if I have no money, so I’m putting together some window shopping finds that hopefully you’ll see something to love no matter your plans.
Affiliate links used.
I honestly didn’t intend for half of these to be from NY & Co.! I did want to give options for whether you’re going to a upscale dinner or maybe just going to a movie (even if these pieces might seem a little extra, I just couldn’t resist sharing). I think that you can dress down the blouse and even a maxi skirt as Liza did in her Valentine’s look.
Same idea for going out with the pals. Y’all could be going out to a show or staying in and having a game night! I was creating this with one’s own outfit in mind, but you could give your friends gifts, right? These dangling earrings would be very cute if they’re a friend’s style. Otherwise, you can still give a card and perhaps those traditional little Sweethearts candies to let them know they “R A Q T.”
Doing What You Darn Well Please!
If you’ve no obligation to anyone, why not take a much needed rest and make it a self-care day? Soak those heels in a bath set, have dessert for dinner, and catch up with your Netlflix. I also like the idea of doing what makes you feel empowered or inspired which explains the badass moto jacket and art book. I’m not familiar with Kusama, but a summary states that her 1960s pop art influenced subculture and feminist movements.
Find more romantic picks on this Posh Pin board.
Do you have Valentine’s plans?
Or do you refuse to spend money on this fake holiday?