Last week we were all wearing red to support women's heart health. Now it's time to get naked. This Valentine's Day, consider ditching that clichéd color and go for the ultimate romantic hue: nude.
From champagne to blush, there are so many pretty options and you can still get your red on with a hot lipstick or nail color.
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This little lace shift by Tracy Reese (retailing at $375) is the perfect example of a sweetly neutral V-Day look. I love the fluttery sleeves and overall bohemian vibe, especially when paired with a long pendant necklace.
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For an affordable alternative to the Tracy Reese dress, this lace shift in creme by Warehouse ($44.83) is equally demure and coquettish.
For an asymmetrical look that leaves one sexy shoulder exposed, sweep up your hair and slip into a tulle cocktail dress like this one from BCBG ($348).
If you're going on a more casual V-Day outing, a tank like this tiered option from Banana Republic ($39.50) would look hot with black leggings or gray jeans.
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Or, for a more obvious nod to Valentine's Day, check out this organic cotton heart dress from H&M for only $19.95. Black tights and beige suede pumps would be a great way to winterize this minidress.
What's your fave non-red Valentine's Day look?
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