This is an appreciation post for my work colleague.
She completely surprised me with this stunning gift of a white backless jumpsuit.
Way to make a woman feel beautiful!
It was meant to arrive in time for Christmas 2020, but due to COVID-19 delays, has only just made it to us now in Australia.
Seeing as it’s arrived just in time for Valentine’s Day 2021, I thought it would be fun to put together some outfit ideas on what to wear, instead of red.
If you’d like to wear red instead, I do already have a Valentine’s post with red outfit ideas.
It’s a fun time of the year to get all girly and glam up. This lilac dress below never fails makes me feel like a princess whenever I put it on.
Maxi dresses are a great choice for a cooler climate or you can temporarily shorten yours if you’re in a warmer climate.
For whatever reason, you may prefer to not wear red for Valentine’s Day this year. Maybe with Chinese New Year falling on the same weekend, it’s just too much red.
You could consider going with the complete opposite hue on the colour wheel and wear something blue or green based.
Neutrals such as beige, cream and grey are always safe choices.
You can try dressing up your neutrals with a pop of colour.
Pink is basically red but a lighter and much easier version to wear. Very flirty and especially easy to pair with neutrals.
- Rest your eyes
- Take a deep breath…inhale peace & exhale happiness
- Make a small wish for someone you love
- Get up & stretch your legs
- Hydrate & energise
- Set an intention to live your best life
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As you probably already know, I absolutely adore florals. They frequently have a touch of red in them and are very feminine to wear.
Most floral pieces are on the louder side.
Although I generally advise against buying loud pieces, if you find one you love so much that you want to wear over and over again, it’ll be your new go-to for all the special occasions.
This makes it a totally justifiable purchase.
Of course, there’s always black. The sexiest colour of all. Dare I say, sexier than red.
Everyone looks good in it. Everything goes well with it. The only error you can make wearing black is by wearing too much of it.
Don’t be afraid to show a little skin or mix in some other colours.
This last one might be a unique quirk of mine… I personally love yellow floral. Yellow and pink are so cute together that I can’t help but be drawn to these prints like a bee.
This playsuit below is so darling that I got it in black floral as well. The sexy black choker comes with it and pairs better with the black version, which I’ll post about in the future.
I usually pair this yellow version with a rose gold necklace instead.
I’d love to know what you plan on wearing for Valentine’s Day and if you post about it on your blog, be sure to leave a comment down below with a link for me to visit. x
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