8 Valentine’s Day Outfits for Any Occasion

Accessorize With Hearts: Christina Stein, a style therapist and personal stylist, recognizes that all-red-everything is an easy Valentine's Day fallback because it is classic and romantic, especially given that crimson is the "It" color this season.

Choose a Romantic Cutout: Rather than going bold with dramatic slits for your Valentine's Day outfit, Stein says there are plenty of tops and blazers with heart-shaped cutouts if you want to be a little more extravagant.

Stick With Traditional Colors:  Red and pink are the unofficial color palettes of Valentine's Day for a reason, so if you prefer a more traditional look, Stein suggests letting these romantic shades do the talking.

Add a Sexy Twist:  A fashion stylist and expert, enjoys a classic red Valentine's Day look but prefers to spice up her clients' outfits. "A red satin or silk spaghetti strap maxi dress with a long black belted wool coat and tall black leather boots.

Opt for Some Edge: Linney Warren, VP of Women's Design at clothing brand Rails, says that a pop of leather adds edge and texture to a Valentine's Day outfit, and (if you're buying something new for the occasion), the material can be worn all year.

Embrace Lace: Lace, like red and pink, may be a traditional choice for Valentine's Day, but Warren says there is a way to make it feel new.

Reach for a Classic LBD:  You can't go wrong with a little black dress for any occasion, but especially on Valentine’s Day. The LBD is a fool-proof formula because it’s perfect for virtually every celebration, from a girl's night out or dinner with your partner.

Sneak in Pops of Red: If going head-to-toe red isn't your thing, Singla recommends adding simple red accessories to finish your Valentine's Day look.