Celebrity-Inspired Outfits to Wear on Valentine’s Day (Guest Post) Guest Post Authored by Sophia Smith

Celebrity-Inspired Outfits to Wear on Valentine's Day

Celebrity-Inspired Outfits to Wear on Valentine's Day

Are you in love yet? Well, if you are still waiting for your soul mate to come and spice up your life, we wish you he shows up soon! However, if you are one of the in-loves – we hope your love lasts eternally!

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, planning the perfect night out and finding the right outfit might be a nightmare to most. However, our favorite celebrities are here to save the day since they’ve got great outfit combos to help you find the inspiration in. All you have to do is pick one which will suit your valentine and make you feel comfortable, yet chic.

Here, we’re listing out some of our favorite celeb-inspired Valentine choices:

Go With A Romantic Feel

Nothing says Valentine’s Day like a good old fashioned romantic outfit. Take it from the ultimate heartbreaker, Taylor Swift and her cute outfits – how adorable are those! A simple combo of a silk dress and elegant, matching shoes will definitely save the day.

Celebrity-Inspired Outfits for Valentine's Day

And then, there’s jewelry; a girl does not go on a date without her best earrings, now does she? If you’re not all jeweled-up, it’ll seem like you aren’t quite ready for a good time, which we know you are. The idea of the outfit is to create a romantic and flirty essence.

Pull Off A Onesie

It is not often seen that a girl can successfully pull off a onesie, especially during holiday season which requires something not as casual. Nevertheless, Zendaya looks absolutely gorgeous and that should inspire and encourage you to pick out the best onesie outfit this Valentine’s Day and seduce your loved one.

It is not often seen that a girl can successfully pull off a onesie, especially during holiday season which requires something not as casual. Nevertheless, Zendaya looks absolutely gorgeous and that should inspire and encourage you to pick out the best onesie outfit this Valentine’s Day and seduce your loved

Accessories are girl’s best friends, and unless there is a good combo of jewelry and a handbag to go with, it could be time to rethink the outfit. Don’t forget that shoes are vital for a daring onesie look, so pick wisely.

Comfy on Valentine’s Day?

It’s an unwritten law that a girl should look her best for Valentine’s Day and unless she finds a great outfit, she may even rethink going out at all!

Celebrity-Inspired Outfits for Valentine's Day

Well, fear not! Just as Olivia Wilde or Jennifer Aniston managed to put together a comfortable but chic outfit, so will you. Simple straight jeans with a plus size sweater to complement sneakers, or comfy shoes is a fabulous careless chic combo for the V date! This’ll be a great outfit for those who are at ease with who they are, and those not caring much for all the “musts” tied to Valentine’s Day.

Keep It Minimal

Sometimes, more is less, and on Valentine’s Day, less could be a lot more. The minimalist approach includes picking out a Wolfe and Ordnance long dress to complement your body, with a pair of fabulous matching shoes, of course. Black is a saucy and neutral color, exactly what women need to get that extra boost of seductive confidence.

Celebrity-Inspired Outfits to Wear on Valentine's Day

Throw in a red lipstick to add a little provocative touch to the combo and a set of simple earrings… no man will be able to resist you! Just remember, don’t go overboard with color, or you might end up with an off-putting outfit.


Valentine’s Day is stressful for most women; however, with the right outfit – you’ll get the necessary confidence boost to walk all tall and proud. Make sure to pick out clothes which complement your body (both size and shape) because otherwise – it’ll seem like you’ve been trying too hard (and failed). A relaxed and chic look is a good ace up the sleeve as it’s something everyone can roll with.

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Sophia Smith is Australian based beauty, fashion and lifestyle blogger. She is very passionate about latest fashion trends, DIY projects and organic beauty products. Sophia writes mostly in beauty and fashion related topics, mainly through blogs and articles. She is regular contributor at High Style Life.

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Fall to Winter Transition Style Guest Author: Brooke Burnett

Fall to Winter Transition Coat

Posted on 11/7/2016
Updated on 12/2/2017

This Guest Post is courtesy of Brooke Burnett, a Blogger Workshop host, and owner of One Small Blonde, a fashion + travel blog created to influence young women to feel confident with their own personal style.  The Style Bouquet would like to thank Brooke for her excellent contribution to its blog!

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Naturally, my fall to winter transition style is all about ease and comfort. Even before it gets really cold here in Texas, I’ve already bought some major must-haves items to compliment my already full wardrobe. This is when I begin layering. After all, why go crazy when the unpredictable seasons prevent you from planning your day-to-day? And, did I mention I live in Texas?!

It’s easy to take layers off if the heater is blasting a bit high, but impossible to fashion garments out of thin air, so be sure to head out prepared! A key to layering lies in the staples. The essentials that I keep on hand include over the knee boots, a couple of sweaters in solid tones, black skinny jeans and a long (warm) coat. As long as I have these main pieces (and a few extra warm accessories), I am all set for anything the season brings. Here are a few additional tips for transitioning to a harsh winter from a mild Autumn.

Fall to Winter Transition Coat

  1. Pick the right coat.

The coat you wear (and how you wear it) will scream things about your personality. What do you want it to say? Are you practical and going for comfort at all costs? Or, will you be heading out for a night of cocktails and require a coat that’s warm yet sleek and sophisticated? The more avant-garde fashionistas may want to sneak a peek at InStyle magazine’s top choices for 2016. Clearly, fur is coming back as are the extra-long sizes.

  1. Don’t pack away your tank tops and T-shirts.

Tank tops and tees are great pieces for a little peek-a-boo action beneath a sweater or cardigan. Short sleeves also add something a little extra OVER your long sleeved tees. Are you planning on lounging around the house or do you need to run out for errands? An illustrated short-sleeved tee is a fun piece to wear under plain, solid-toned long sleeved counterpart.

Fall to Winter Transition Minidress

  1. Also, keep your minidress out of storage.

Especially if it has long sleeves. Actually, a general rule of thumb when showing off one area of your body is to cover up the others. Otherwise, you run the risk of looking like a teenager playing with her mother’s clothes. Remember, less is definitely more.

Fall to Winter Transition Mix & Match Patterns

  1. Be careful while mixing and matching.

Some fabrics and patterns simply don’t go with others (like plaid and polka dots). To avoid looking like a hotchpotch, follow designers who have mastered the art of layers and use them as your inspiration.

  1. Flatter your form, regardless of layers.

Don’t sacrifice style and sophistication for warmth; it is possible to remain refined while keeping toasty. The trick is to pair one big item with a second form-fitting one (like an oversized coat over skinny jeans and zip-up leather boots).

No matter how you choose to layer, remember to make the most of what you already have in your closet. Also, keep these last few tips in mind:

  • DO enjoy lots of lace!
  • DON’T worry about white after Labor Day.
  • DO blend masculine with feminine styles.
  • DON’T go too furry when playing with coats and boots.
  • DON’T only wear neutral tones. DO include vibrant hues.