Last year I was able to shoot some Valentine’s Day inspired outfits and you can see them here, here and here. I wanted so badly to do the same this year but I haven’t been able to do that, nor other kind of outfits.
I didn’t want to leave you without any idea and I thought about doing some collages for a little bit of inspiration. Obviously, you can adapt everything you see in these ones with stuff you already own.
I won’t celebrate Valentine’s Day but these outfits can be worn every time you choose to go out with your love or by yourself because, let’s face it: being nicely dressed up can lift your mood in an instant!
Here are my choices:
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