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Anti-Valentine’s Day Fashion

Yet another Valentine’s Day has come around. Cue the mushy movies, dates out on the town, and the ever so corny Hallmark cards. Lovely.

It’s a hard holiday to ignore, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make your own bold statement. Valentine’s Day trends do not have to be little black dresses with spicy red heels or blush pink sweaters with glitzy jewelry. This holiday can also serve as a chance to show off your sassy side, especially if you want to let the scorned lover in you shine. So if you are one of the many college girls out there who are dreading this day, show it by kicking back in these feisty pieces, glass of wine in hand, and a thriller on television, forget the rom-coms.

 

Revolve Clothing: Morning Warrior Shut Up & Kiss Me Muscle Tee – $42

This shirt says it all, without saying too much. Because wouldn’t you prefer your Valentine’s Day to be spontanteous and unexpected, rather than cliché and dull.

Nasty Gal: Barf Beanie – $32

Self-explanatory.

Nasty Gal: Girls Rule Tank – $38

Remeber those second grade chants? They’re still true.

Revolve Clothing: Wildfox Couture My Date Tourist Crew – $64

If you don’t have a piece of pizza in hand on Valentine’s Day while wearing this shirt, you’re doing it no justice. Note: The heart pepperonis.

#Nylon Shop: No Way Tank – $44

Today is about you, so wear this shirt to let everyone know that.

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Revolve Clothing: 291 “No Hard Feelings” Pullover Hoodie – $137

Lounge out in this hoodie to show how DGAF you are.

Urban Outfitters: Out From Under Love You Bra Top – $24

Keep them guessing.

Revolve Clothing: Wildfox Couture Cupid? Island Tank – $62

What girl hasn’t asked this question at some point?

Nasty Gal: My Girls Crop Tee Set – $65

Forget boys. Show your best friend some love with this tee shirt set. When was the last time she broke your heart?

Nasty Gal: Ryan Gosling Earrings – $25

Yes, these are real. Ryan Gosling can, in fact, be your Valentine this year. Bonus: There is two of him.

 

 

 

 

Originally from Connecticut, Erica attends Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. She is a senior, majoring in public relations, and minoring in marketing. She founded Suffolk's chapter of Her Campus along with co-Campus Correspondent, Mackenzie Newcomb. has interned at a few start-up companies including Quincy Apparel and Good to Go Organics. She was also a public relations intern at Regan Communications Group, and is currently the advertising/marketing intern at The Improper Bostonian Magazine. Erica also works on Newbury Street at Jack Wills University Outfitters, a British clothing company that is expanding across America. She is very interested in the world of fashion, and hopes to make it big doing marketing/PR for a fashion magazine or as a publicist in New York City or LA upon graduation. In her free time, she enjoys shopping, hanging out with friends, going to the beach, reading, writing, and dancing.
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