Valentine’s just around the corner and what better and funner way to celebrate the month of Love by getting all decked out in heart prints clothing and exude the lovey-dovey effect through fashion.
Let’s admit it, the V-day can be a stressful time for some of us. When our friends plan for elaborate romantic dinner dates with their significant others, some of us are still on an endless search for the elusive one.
Single ladies become most vulnerable on a day where everywhere they look upon, some heart-shaped things appear to stare back rudely at them that they’re tempted to sign up for the quick help of internet dating services.
Some of us, while not single, may be dealing with boyfriends/hubbies who just refuse to even entertain the idea of being extra sweet and romantic on the special day. How dare they.
V-days are tough on ladies who’ve been born and bred to expect fluffy pink things and saccharine sweet gestures from those they are presently romantically involved with. We keep expecting for cute soft cuddly teddy bears, ribbon-laced pink boxes filled with well-thought out goodies only to see nothing of the sort and have to resort to sulking.
To reduce frustration on the upcoming V-day and the days that ensue particularly when your mood dips at the thought of being without your prince charming or knight of shining armor (of if they’re present yet they fail to perform as expected on the day), we suggest embracing the love you have for yourself and others like your family and pets by getting all donned up in heart printed clothing.
Don’t know how to work heart prints into your wardrobe? No worries, just scroll down below and feast your eyes upon the roundup of lookbookers in their heart prints.
Which of these lovely heart-themed outfits appeals to you most? Do you think that the presence of heart shaped designs perfect for Valentine’s day fashion or is it a tad cheesy? Share below, please.
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