7 Looks of Valentines

 

For most, February is the month of love and friendship, but why don't we make it about fashion too?

Valentine's Day doesn't always have to be about corny cupid cards and expensive dates. Whether you are celebrating with a dinner date or a fun night out with the gals, there’s no doubt that you´re looking for a great outfit.

Here are 7 looks from the TW S/S18 runway that will inspire your  Valentine's Day outfit.

1. Channeling Tulle

 

Stephan Caras at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

Stephan Caras at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

Let's talk about Valentine's Day basics: playful pastel colours and a cool tulle material. If you don’t have anything tulle, that’s not a problem. Sheer fabrics tend to give a tulle-look effect to your outfit.


2. Red? For Valentines? Groundbreaking.

ZOFF at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

ZOFF at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

Roses are red and red is traditional. What’s so bad about a little tradition? Red is passion and love. You can wear red head-to-toe, or maybe a couple of red accents.


3. Romantic Rockstar

Zoran Dobric ZOFF at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

Zoran Dobric ZOFF at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

Here’s a nontraditional take on Valentine’s Day. A contemporary rockstar look that mixes textures, patterns, and prints in ways many have not tried before!


4. Floral Fever

Amato Couture at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

Amato Couture at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

If you are a hopeless romantic, this might be the inspiration for you. This Amato Couture look gives off a boho chic vibe that will make you want to wear some flowers in your hair, or maybe just a floral print.


5. Too Cool for V-Day

 

Smythe at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

Smythe at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

So, what if you don't do Valentine’s Day? Go against the norm and show the world you don’t care.


6. Love Angel

ZOFF at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

ZOFF at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

Rock the all white trend this Valentine’s Day. Sometimes the best way to pair your white pants is with more white. You will feel like a fashionable breathtaking angel.


7. In Love with Work

Claire Lemaître-Auger at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

Claire Lemaître-Auger at Toronto Women's Fashion Week S/S18. Image by Che Rosales. 

If this day is just another one in your busy agenda, wear a business casual outfit to take care of your fashion affairs. A look that is ok for the workplace, because V-Day is still a week day.


 

No matter what your Valentine’s Day plans are, you’ll be celebrating in style with these outfits.

 

 Written by Diana Sanchez

Photography by Che Rosales

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