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Fashionista NOW: Every Shade of Pink Valentine’s Day Fashion Ideas For 2012

When pink is all the rage every Valentine’s, all you’ve got to do while sporting the color is to look like you’ve just been struck by Cupid’s arrow. And get inspired by these fashion-fluent lookbook fashionistas.

As promised, here’s a piece compiling a selected lookbook pink theme outfits for your inspiration. Treat yourself to the sweet bubble gum look this Valentine’s and make your better half fall in love with you once again.

Remember that love is all around you (as cliché as that sounds) even if you’re solo! So celebrate the love day by treating yourself either way. Go out with your closest friends or set a date with your loving parents!

So let’s start scrolling down for pink themed outfits that will show off your sweet lady-like innocence and beauty.

Mayo Wo’s Trip Back In Time

Her get-up is centered on the soft pink pleated skirt and retro lace trim shirt that’s made even sweeter with a lace collar accented with pearls and crystals.

You can never underestimate a bit of fun incorporating a top with a dainty collar lace. And this you can absolutely do it yourself, says Chriselle Lim, a gifted YouTube fashion guru.

Check out her DIY video on her collar craze to find out how you can transform any look by adding a DIY statement collar that is embellished with pearls, beads, diamonds and more.

Aileen Belmonte’s Casual Bubble Gum

For some of us who want to look good without turning into a pink lollipop, you can introduce accessories such as a bubble gum pink statement bag to complement the soft subtle shades of pink present in the floral top and paper bag shorts. Aileen wears a lightweight vest in soft blue and a pair of nude wedges to complete the look.

The Chic Yet Casual Inspiration by Alana Ruas

It’s not hard to look good when you’re Alana Ruas. She’s wearing a statement pink skirt with buttons at the side, a very casual knotted sleeveless top, a pair of dark blue killer heels and a wavy hair do that’s perfect for Valentine’s.

Flirty & Adorable Like Anastasia Siantar

Bright pinks exude a flirty youthful vibe and Miss Anastasia has nailed it by pairing a sleeveless white top with bright pink magenta-ish pleated skirt and a pair of barbie-doll-esque pink wedges!

The Romper Route by Daniela Ramirez

The combination of the pink romper with an earthy brown cross-body fringe bag, belt and a pair of brown wedges makes for a very sweet yet not too ultra-feminine. If you feel uncomfortable embracing an all pink get-up, bring in accessories in earthy tones to balance the yin and yang of your ensemble.

And if neon pink is simply too attention-grabbing for you and you’re not big on rompers, wear a lightweight billowy top with soft white jeans and nude kicks as seen below.

A blouse with soft textures that carries soft details such as lace, ruffles and other intricate designs is well-suited for the occasion. (More on this in the next posting)

Vintage Elegance by Ivy Xu

A way to look timeless in every sense of the word is to wear vintage/vintage-inspired clothing. Visit your grandma’s closet or retailers that sell vintage pieces and you’re in for a delightful mix and match session.

Miss Ivy pairs a polka dotty top with a pair of soft pink vintage pants. The red belt with a golden buckle is worn to accentuate her waistline. The peep toe heels and the white hand bag in a shape of a flower (I think..) blend in so beautifully with everything else.

For more ideas (non pink themed), watch how Miss Jenn from Clothes Encounters showcase her choices of V-day oriented outfits and get inspired:

I hope this selection of pink-themed outfits to be worn for V-day brings you closer to that perfect Valentine’s Day look. Stay tuned for more to come in the next posting as we’ll dive into the world of lace and ruffles.

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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