BY: JESSICA LOWNDES
PHOTOGRAPHY: JONES CROW
Even if you hate Valentine's day, these outfits are still uh-mazing!
A holiday that solely celebrates you and the love you have for your girlfriends! Galentine's Day is something you should have marked on your calendar! (Yes, even if you have a boo.) Amy Poehler's Parks and Rec character Leslie Knope created this holiday and it occurs every year on Feb. 13, the day before Valentine's Day. This minidress is perfect for a playful night out with your gal pals. And you want to know the best part? It's backless which avoids the fear of looking like a human disco ball when sporting an all over sequin look. If you're spending Valentine's Day with your single ladies, this show stopper will not only make you feel sexy, it will stop men dead in their tracks. They will need to pick their jaws up off of the floor.
SHOP GALENTINE LOOKS BELOW
TREND: CULOTTES + CUT OUTS
Silk pants with a high waist and hidden zipper partnered with a structured deep V neckline is just what the Doctor ordered when it comes to looking effortlessly chic this Valentine's Day. This Mason by Michelle Mason top makes a flirty impression with it's draped, asymmetrical peplum. The sexy cutouts at the sides flash just the right amount of skin while the exposed back zip will drive your date crazy. He will be fantasizing about unzipping you later on. Switch out your regular pumps for something more fun this holiday with a shoe similar to these lace up strappy Chloe Gosselin heels.
SHOP SOPHISTICATED LOOKS BELOW
TREND: PJ TREND + SILK
This Michelle Mason dress in silk charmeuse screams "sleepwear in the city". The surprise fashion hit of the summer was pyjamas – worn in the street. The billowed bodice on this mini dress has a crossover V neckline. Try spicing it up with a pair of strappy show-stopping heels. This silk satisfies a man's need to touch something soft and supple. The sexiness of this dress is wonderful for them to look at.
PHOTOGRAPHER: JONES CROWSTYLED BY: ALEXANDRA RENEE SCOTTMAKEUP BY: STEVI CHRISTINEHAIR BY: TRACE HENNINGSEN