Clothes You Need To Avoid Wearing For Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day can be a pain in the ass sometimes. Figuring out what to do and what gift to get is already stressful. But, the hardest part is finding something to wear! Because let’s face it, we want everything planned to go well, but we want to look good even more. There are so many articles out there saying what to wear, but depending on the type of date, here are some suggestive things you shouldn’t:

  • Something your date has already seen you in.

There will be plenty of times for your SO to see you in your favorite pair of leggings and novelty heart-print shirt—just not this time. That doesn’t mean you have to go out and get something brand new, but if you really have to or want to you can.

  • All black

I absolutely love black. As a matter of fact, half of my wardrobe is probably black. It’s sexy, mysterious and chic but it’s also safe and a little dull. Unless you plan on going to a Goth concert or a funeral, show your personality and liven up your wardrobe by adding some color like green or blue.

  • Distressed jeans

I own a couple pairs of ripped jeans. They’re cute and edgy, but for this occasion, they can come off as immature. Unless the occasion calls for you to wear jeans with tears in them, try opting for a sleeker polished look (meaning, no holes in your pants).

  • Anything that’s not you

This is the most important one on the list. Don’t wear anything that you don’t feel yourself in. Of course, you want to impress your date, but not at the expense of you feeling uncomfortable in the clothes you’re wearing.

We all want to look great on Valentine’s Day. And although these are some things to consider not wearing, if that’s what you feel good and sexy in then wear it. Rock those leggings! Share what you plan to wear on V-day in the comments section below.