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Valentine’s Day Dress Code

January 24, 2018

If you are anything like me, you love to rock a new look when it comes to special occasions.  Valentine’s Day can be a hard one to shop for because red doesn’t always look great on everyone.  Red isn’t really my color, but I was able to find this super flattering red dress that is working in my Valentine’s Day dress code for 2018.

I decided to go the comfier route.

I normally have to work during the day, go to a nicer dinner at night, and then just try to relax the rest of the evening.  This red dress is flowy, A-line, and soft.  It doesn’t hug too tight anywhere so you can be comfortable your whole evening at dinner.

Comfy but I am still dressed up.

This is my favorite part about this outfit.  After a long day, it is easy to want to just throw on leggings and a sweater and call it a day.  There aren’t many special occasions in the year when you get to dress up with your significant other!  Take advantage of the opportunity to feel special and go to a nice dinner.  We all deserve the break.

Valentine's Day Dress Code-1Pom EarringsValentine's Day Dress Code - Black Tights and ShoesValentine's Day dress code - Red Dress

Can we talk about the adorable pom earrings?

I feel like pom earrings are something that needs to be in everyone’s Valentine’s Day dress code this year.  I found these at Nordstrom and they are under $50!

A little red dress, black tights, black heels, and fun accessories are exactly how I am going to finish up my Valentine’s Day dress code for this year.

You can shop everything I am wearing below.  I have also included some of my other favorite pieces for Valentine’s Day.


Before you go, did you see my Valentine’s Day Gift Guide post that I wrote last week?  This is a great place to get some inspiration for what you want this year.  Don’t forget to tell your significant other to shop directly through my post.



  • Julie

    January 24, 2018 at 4:36 pm

    Beautiful, Meg! Dress details are 🙌🏻✨

    1. classicallyclad

      January 24, 2018 at 10:08 pm

      Thank you!

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