What to wear on Valentine’s Day over 40
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Like each year the question is what to wear. It seemed so easy to dress for Valentine’s Day back then in our 20s. A mini skirt, big cleavage, we were young, our skin glowed, and we could have even worn a potato sack, we felt sexy and hot.
Don’t go that route! Over 40, we are still young, sexy and hot. However, we don’t need a mini skirt and big cleavage to show it off. We have learned that a little teaser is so much more than putting everything on display just up front.In fashion over 40, less is more. #agelessstyle Click To Tweet
In this post, I will show you some ageless style inspirations how to look your best on the big day. Since what you will wear depends on your plans and many other factors, I try to cover several Valentine’s Day dressing situations like going out for dinner, a Valentine’s Dance, a movie, etc.. Last year, I wrote a post on what to consider in picking a Valentine’s Day outfit.
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Valentine’s Day outfits for women over 40
Shop your closet for items similar to these depending on your Valentine’ Day plans.
Dinner at a roadhouse: Sweater dress c/o AMICLUBWEAR with own red Anne Klein sweater worn over the shoulders for a red pop of color, GNW red tight, Moschino belt, Constance bag, and red Manolo Blahnik ankle booties Dinner at a sport bar: Shiny leather pants, Kieselstein Cord belt, statement snake tail buckle, GNW Luxe sweater, Puma sneakers (all own), and India Hicks scarf c/o India Hicks ambassador Tammy Gray
Going out dancing at a bar: Neo Tango shoes, Cuddle Doo top, BCGC belt, and 7 layers tulle skirt (all own)
Going to the movies in warm climate: eShakti Little Red Dress with floral silk scarf, collier de chien belt, and Calvin Klein pumps (all own)
Dinner at a roadhouse: Rose dust lace 3/4 sleeves halftee c/o Halftee with own G-III suede skirt, LandsEnd sweater, GNW tight, Manelo Blanik booties and opera length rose pearl necklace
Semi-formal dance event: Navy sequin black velvet sweater dress c/o AMICLUBWEAR, and own Very Fine Dance Shoes Latin dance sandals
Going to the movies and a drink: eShakti motorcycle dress, GNW tight, Harley Davidson booties, Collier de Chien belt (all own) and layering top c/o Adea Dinner at a restaurant: New Magram suede leather pants with August Silk leopard print cardigan worn as top and Manolo Blanik booties (all own)
Black Tie event: Neck-holder velvet gown with coin belt and leather opera gloves
Semi-formal Valentine’s dance: Tea-length evening-gown and dance shoes
Black tie Valentine’s Ball: Evening gown in various royal blue shades with beaded waves pattern
Military ball: Lace evening gown with silver Ralph Lauren pumps (all own)
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What are your plans for Valentine’s Day? What will you wear?
P.S.: You may be interested in reading what mistakes to avoid when dressing for Valentine’s Day.
P.P.S.: Are you still looking for Valentine’s Day gifts? Check out my gift page for inspirations
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