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When it comes to Valentine's Day, it's pretty much the only time during the year when I will wear red and pink together. During the first two weeks of February, this fun and festive color combination is totally fair game. Sometimes wearing two bold colors, like pink and red, can be overwhelming and loud, and although there is certainly a time and place for that, there are also a lot of other ways to wear the colors more subtly while still being festive. Click through for seven creative ways I wear pink and red together for Valentine's Day, as well as a bunch of great picks for you to wear for the holiday! - By Merrick White
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