Valentine’s Day Doesn’t Mean A Red Dress

Happy V-Day!

Today is all about the reds and pinks, but that doesn’t mean that everything has to be that color. You can be subtle with your V-day outfit and still feel flirty while your out celebrating.


For my outfit I decide on wearing a hint of pale pink, which you can find in my  chevron pattern crop top. I then paired it with a high-waisted black fitted pant and a black blazer jacket. My booties that I chose to wear are a pale pink color to match my top and since it is encrusted with rhinestones I thought it was best to keep my jewelry simple with just a few bracelets.


This sophisticated outfit is fun, flirty, and perfect for Valentine’s Day. I hope everybody is having a beautiful V-day with their significant others or friends.

Happy Valentine’s Day!


Leopard Jumpsuit


For a couple of years now I have wanted to own a jumpsuit, but every time I would go searching for one I was to intimidate to buy one. Trying to figure out what cut, style, and pattern would look the best on me was a daunting task to handle and I would always leave the store empty-handed. However, after years of standing in front of the window looking in at the jumpsuits with a spark of envy, I am now a proud owner of one. And get this, I wasn’t even actively looking for one.

I love this jumpsuit because the wide leg gives the outfit a nice flowy and fun look while giving me a slimmer and taller appearance. The gold neck piece makes it so that you don’t have to put a lot of effort into accessorizing. This is a great choice for a night out with the girls and it’s not to expensive to own.


Jumpsuit- MSK

Purse-Michael Kors

Heels- Maripe