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Ah…Valentine’s Day…what could be better than a day that celebrates love? Whether you’re celebrating a long-term relationship, a budding romance, or joyful singledom, such a special day calls for a crush-worthy look. Unfortunately, petite plus-size options are few and far between, but they’re out there if you’re willing to do a little searching.
Many petite-plus size options offered are more basic, so they can be accessorized in a multitude of ways. Here I offer five ultra-wearable options. Bonus? Most of these petite-plus styles are available in plus and straight sizes as well!
5 Petite Plus Valentine’s Day Outfit Ideas
Planning a low-key Valentine’s? Keep it festive with a sequined heart sweater and the perfect skinny jeans from Torrid. Ankle booties give the look just enough edge.
Girls’ Night Out
Celebrating the love of friends with a girls’ night out? Keep the look fashionable and fun with a trumpet skirt from Talbots, FABULOUS satin heels, and statement clutch.
Fun and SASSY
Want a look that’s youthful and fun? Mix a fab red lace-inset dress from Forever 21 with pink booties and bag. The color mix is a little unexpected, and the dress is sexy without being too revealing. While this dress is not a petite, Forever 21’s junior plus fit is often proportionately perfect for petites with minimal to no altering.
Day to Night
Going out after work? A deep red jersey dress like this one from Land’s End transitions well from day to night. Pair it with comfy flats and quilted satchel for day…Then turn up the volume for evening with polka dot heels and kiss clutch. Pucker up!
Have a high-end budget or just want to fantasize about designer accessories? This look combines attainable fashion with aspirational shoes and clutch for a chic and romantic V-Day look. The eShakti high-waist pencil skirt and pink eyelet blazer look feminine and powerful when paired with a corset and fierce floral ankle boots. What is romance, after all, if not fantasy brought to life?