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Our Edit: Valentine’s Day Survival

Single? In a relationship? It’s complicated? This is what our Vestis team needs to get through cupid’s adorable yet sometimes dreadful holiday?

 

“For my least favorite holiday of all time, I have to get tipsy (at least) to put up with all the Hallmark romance. Cristalino brut is only $8 a bottle but tastes like a million bucks–at my upscale workplace it sells for $15 a glass.” – Anna Remus

“I don’t believe I ever left the third grade, so I usually celebrate Vday by giving all my friends inappropriate cards. I couldn’t just pick one cause all of these companies make me and my friends laugh. If you take love advice from rappers these by Stank Sentiments are great. If you’re a quirky girl like myself Cracked Designs make hilarious cards. Or if you’re just downright naughty, like Thomas, then Quaintly Crass is the way to go.” -Ariel Walzer

 

 

 

“Ryan Gosling spewing progressive sexual witticisms… that’s all I want/need to get me through Valentine’s.” -Thomas Dai

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“I’m allllll about dressing for the occasion. Add an adorable pop of red to your outfit with these girly flats from Tibi and you’ll be sure to catch the eye of that special someone!” -Erica Byas Smith

 

 

“I like my Valentine’s Day to be filled with hugs and kisses, the real or the chocolate kind.” – Molly Ryan

 


“If I were home, I’d be downing a box of Bottega Louie’s french macaroons to get through the day. They’re the best in LA, and they’re so delicious!” – Ricardo Medina

 


“What better time than Valentine’s Day to wear something unapologetically pink? I love the open front and interesting cut of this blazer from Nasty Gal.” – Lena Ye


 


“I treat Valentine’s day as an excuse to wear copious amounts of my favorite color–red.”- Hana Rouse

 


“I’m a hopeless romantic. So other than the dinner date with my boyfriend and fancy dress, I will probably watch an old love movie like An Affair to Remember to satisfy my love of everything nostalgic and romantic.” – Racheal Epstein