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16 Ways to Wear Hearts This Valentine's Day

Non-tacky and totally street style star-approved!
16 Ways to Wear Hearts This Valentine's Day
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Non-tacky and totally street style star-approved!

You're probably rolling your eyes, like "hearts on Valentine's Day, are you serious? Can anything be more cliche?!" Yes, we're dead serious, and yes, but some cliches are just too exciting to resist. Plus, you know how we at Preview positively live for a chance to debunk any fashion myth...

So is it doable? Absolutely. Below, 16 fresh ways to (literally) wear your heart on your sleeve this Valentine's Day, care of street style's best and brightest.

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Slashed jeans? Nah. Take a cue from Gigi Hadid's airport ensemble and try patched ones for a change. That's one way to break up an all-black outfit!

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For a look that's both V-Day ready and office appropriate, pair a printed button-down with a leather pencil skirt and low-heeled pumps the way Chiara Ferragni does!

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There's no cooler way to wear hearts than stitched haphazardly onto an oversized denim jacket.

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Sometimes, more really is more. Team a heart-dotted pleated skirt with a brightly striped turtleneck, ruffled singlet, statement belt, and metallic block-heeled loafers. So Gucci!

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Christine Centenera knows that the key to keeping your look streamlined is by selecting prints in neutral colors.

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Need they say more? Behold, the ultimate Galentine's Day lewk. Heartbreakers unite!

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Brb, ogling this adorable cropped, puff-sleeved sweater.

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The sartorially-savvy way to lay your heart at your feet. Those DIY anklets, though!

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Pick a piece that's simple enough to go with anything in your closet, even when Valentine's has passed.

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Alexa Chung's Burberry clutch is the perfect way to sprinkle the print into your outfit without actually wearing it. She's got her heart in her hands!

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Kaleidoscopic colors make for an atypical way to don the print.

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Use a bright red heart (or two, care of Gucci) to add punch to an icy white look.

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Platform espadrilles, a mini backpack, and a wrap dress? Sounds like the perfect summer ensemble to us!

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We're not sure what we love more, that subtle monochrome black-and-white color blocking, or her adorable Harajuku girl aesthetic (a pleated mini! Socks and brogues!). 

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It's a party in the back care of two very strategically-placed elbow patches. Plus points for that jumpsuit's criss-cross pinafore detail!

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Yes, print on print is doable here, too. Just make sure you choose complementary hues and make the most of your layering skills!

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