The heart shape, with it’s two scallops on top and V-shaped point at the bottom. It’s recognized the world over as an emblem of romantic love and affection. Even fashion has fallen in love with love. Over the past years, luxury brands have shifted from including this ideograph in capsule collections to now showcasing this perfectly symmetrical symbol more prominently. Of course, affordable brands also quickly realized that heart lovers deserved more than fancy undies and coy socks. Today the stylized heart symbolizing love reigns supreme throughout the fashion world. Romantic influences are stronger than ever parading down the catwalk, and heart offerings add that meaningful touch that can make a big difference to your outfit.
Hearts are running wild in the shops lately, but my favorite finds for fashion and giftables have come from shopping here, here, here, and here as well as here for beauty finds. You can see more of my favorites below.
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(Some items that I am wearing are sold out, but you can shop similar here)
Now that it is officially love season, shouldn’t your wardrobe run wild at heart? Look no further - here are easy and effortless ways to make your outfit burst with more heart style. Weave this into your work uniform by wearing your heart on your sleeve of a beautiful top, go casual with a cozy T, or make this a bold statement in your favorite new sweater. Switch it up from evening with a sassy dress or peek-a-boo PJs. The possibilities are endless, but if you need more inspiration, then I’m sharing the love with these wardrobe must-haves.
While you’ve got Valentine’s Day on the brain, don’t forget to include giftables for those in your life that most deserve some TLC. I like this, this, and this for that special guy in your life as well as this, this, and this for galentine's. Plus, I always enjoy little loveable touches for the home like this lush velvet pouf, these ultra chic love goblets, candles for every room and of course a fondue tower set for two!
All Photo Credits: Leah Jonas