For self-conscious clichés
If you’re a secret Valentines Day lover but don’t want to look overtly tragic on the day, Culture Trip suggests an understated embrace of red in the form of sweatshirts and loose fitting trousers. A jumper from Martine Rose – the former Fashion East star who made a tremendous comeback at London Fashion Week Men’s this season – will ensure ample fashion credit. Chloe’s embroidered trousers lend just enough romance while remaining a versatile piece to wear on other occasions.
For the hopeless romantic
Even if you’re single and have to spend the entire day at work, some of you can’t resist the romance of a corporate holiday. Well go on then, indulge. Just don’t take your fabulous outfit out for dinner!
For the laid-back Valentine’s lover
Valentine’s shmalentines: today is just a great occasion to put all of your favourite red things together and create a kind of postmodern aura of holiday romance in February. Cupid will thank you for trying.
Mood Dadhat, $30
Ports 1961 palazzo pants, £379