four valentine's day outfits that prove pop of red is forever
I love the Valentine’s Day aesthetic: chalky little candy hearts, heart shaped boxes full of shiny bonbons, blushing strawberries coated in the glassy shell of tempered chocolate, red and pink and everything saccharine in this world.
In fact, you could say that Valentine’s Day itself is a key source of inspiration for my personal style. From the color combinations to the Rococo-design flourishes, I find myself very smitten in any outfit that incorporates a touch of Cupid’s magic.
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You’re the Apple of my Pie
The most powerful way to experience fashion inspiration is seeing clothing in real life, existing in your tangible frame of reference. That’s how I was spellbound by this sweater during a late dinner one night
over matching bowls of anchovy pasta with Ethaney. She was wearing the maroon version of this perfectly dressy-ish Isabel Marant sweater. I was mesmerized by the holes which reminded me of cutouts on the top of an apple pie. The small mockneck frill is also a nice detail. I found mine on TRR. Protip: save a search for Isabel Marant sweaters in your size, here’s a size M in gray. This style is called the “Ilia.” The only drawback is it’s part acrylic and that made me rather skeptical. However, I have to admit that the pattern and fit won me over enough to keep it.
Purple party pants