To be honest, I feel like there’s an immense pressure to rock plus size Valentines Day outfits that suddenly turns you into a sex pot of a woman. Says someone that just did a lingerie haul and giveaway on YouTube (it was geared toward self care I promise). While I’m all here for slaying for the sake of slaying, one little tinsy winsy day out of 365 doesn’t have to dictate how you should dress. Unless it’s the day you go to see Black Panther (wear all black at least). I digress.
What I’m getting at is like any other day in the year, you can wear whatever you want. You can be as fancy as you want or as casual as you want to be. There’s really no one way to slay on Valentine’s Day. Hey that rhymes! Seriously whether you’re having a romantic little date, will be at work for the majority of the day, or just want to keep things super casual, there’s an outfit for that. I’ve partnered up with YoursClothing again to share with you 3 easy going plus size Valentines Day outfits.
While this look doesn’t read Valentine’s Day at all, it’s still a really cute casual look. I’m pretty sure it’s still chilly if not freezing in most places so a sweater is definitely a cozy choice. The criss cross lacing through grommets on the sleeves and cutout neckline make this sweater more interesting than your basic pull over sweater. I loved the fit of the denim and the paint blotching detail makes it stand out from your standard pair of jeans. The frayed hem was also a beautiful touch.
I think my favorite clothing type to get from Yours Clothing are dresses (2nd only to their denim). This floral dress is the perfect dress to wear for a day time date or brunch with some friends. I actually wore this look to work and to celebrate a coworker’s birthday The asymmetrical hem and airiness of the fabric has so much movement as you walk .
Ironically enough this red shift dress with black plaid was actually meant to be styled for a work look, but pairing it with my Yours Clothing leggings and my Christian Siriano sock boots shows its potential for casual night out looks as well. A leather jacket would be the icing on the red velvet cake for this look.
What I love about all of the looks is they can be worn throughout the year well after Valentine’s Day. I’ll keep saying it, versatility is key! So don’t be shocked if you see multiple repeats of these pieces throughout the year. I hope this post not only gave you some ideas for Valentine’s Day, but also helped relieve some pressure on looking a certain way for that day.