It's time to think about what to wear on the upcoming Valentine's Day. A fancy, puffy dress resembling the paper frock shown on the left in the photo is pretty but not practical because this year the occasion will be on a weekday, which may not give you enough time to change before dinner.
The long-sleeved red dress on the right in the photo (which I wore for the first Valentine's dinner of my life) is something that can work from day to night, but it takes daring youth to pull off so much red in a form-fitting cut.
Body-conscious women usually prefer wearing black on dates, including Valentine's dinner date. However, since pink and red are Valentine's themed colors, let's add some pink or red to the basic black.
We will start with a black tank top, which exists in almost every woman's closet, to put together a Valentine's day-to-night ensemble for a college girl, a working lady, and a homemaker. These tips can work for you even if you don't have a date this Valentine's Day and will just go out with your girlfriends. With or without a date, the holiday of love should be at least about loving yourself, which can start with making yourself look your best.
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