Annnyyyyway, I put together this look to show that you don’t have to get super dressy to look great this Valentine’s Day. If your Valentine’s Day plans include something more low-key or drinks with your girlfriends, you might not want to pull out your best cocktail dress. You can take an everyday outfit, add some festive accessories and have a perfect, comfy Valentine’s Day outfit that looks great but doesn’t try too hard.
I realize I hardly ever do super casual looks on the blog. This might lead you all to believe that I am always dressed up. This is not the case. Every day can’t be princess day. Sometimes, a girl’s gotta put on a t-shirt, jeans, and Keds and enjoy herself!
However, let’s clarify — by casual I do not mean pajamas. Sometimes that is hard for people to grasp (I am talking to you, Americans in airports). To be safe, just know that if you bought it at Victoria’s Secret PINK or if it is a pair of leggings, those things are pajamas, not casual wear.
Shoes: Keds | Jeans: J. Brand | Shirt: c/o Redvanly | Sweater: Sincerely Sweet Boutique | Clutch: Persifor
I found myself way far away from my neighborhood this past week. In these very pictures I am standing in the heart of the financial district. So, despite my casual attire, I was basically surrounded by riches. Yay, accidental tourist! And yes, traveling from Harlem to Wall Street does count as legitimate travel.
Also, I just had to include the photo below because it looks like I am confidently strutting into New York Sports Club — but we all know that’s a laugh.
Shoes: J.Crew Factory | Jeans: J. Crew | Peplum and Tee: Asos
Would you all mind if, from now until April, I just wore my giant winter coat in every single outfit post? If you want, I will even switch up the scarf I wear! Any takers? No? Okay.