Be My Valentine {So Much to Smile About}

Well, we’ve made it – Happy Valentine’s Day!

I think I squealed when I found out that Liz from So Much to Smile About lives in DC too. She’s bringing so much style to our city – it’s super exciting! This lucky girl just got back from New York Fashion Week, but she was sweet enough to put together a hot outfit for going out tonight. I love the pops of pink!

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Hi sweet readers! Liz here from So Much to Smile About. While I swear I do love Valentine’s Day, I’m just not a huge fan of pinks and reds – but the perfect LBD and a pop of color? That’s something I can support! So I thought I’d share with you some of my picks for adding in a bit of festive color this Valentine’s Day, whether you’re hitting the town with your girlfriends or have a romantic evening planned! OR even if you’re staying in, who says you can’t wear fabulous pink pumps around the house?

valentine's day outfit so much to smile about guest post Liz

1. BaubleBar necklace / 2. James Perse dress / 3. ASOS bag / 4. BaubleBar earrings / 5. ASOS shoes / 6. Juicy Couture dress / 7. Essie nail polish / 8. Essie nail polish / 9. BaubleBar necklace / 10. Rebecca Minkoff bag / 11. Kate Spade pumps

8 thoughts on “Be My Valentine {So Much to Smile About}

  1. mum

    HOPE YOUR FLOWERS PROVIDE YOUR POP OF PINK FOR VALENTINES DAY…home with the flu…the flowers were called Evening in Paris…thought you would love the vase…they used with a votive after the flowers are gone. hugs all day long….mum

  2. Meg

    Lovely! The LBD with a pop of color is definitely something I can get behind, too. And I’m a pink girl through and through!

  3. Annemarie @ Brunch at Saks

    Gorgeous round up, Liz! I especially love the James Perse dress and Rebecca Minkoff bag!

    This series has been so much fun to read everyday, Nikki! Thanks for putting it together. I love seeing everyone’s picks!

    Happy Valentine’s Day to you both!

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