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When you’re thinking about Valentine’s Day, you’re thinking about the perfect dress to wear out to dinner, right? It’s all about the dress, the shoes, and the overall glam look! We want to knock the socks off the one we love! Perhaps we just want to feel fantastic, no matter who we’re going out with: family, friends, or the kids. Instead of reaching for that little black dress everyone’s seen you in a thousand times, think about getting a little red dress for the special day!

Need help deciding? I’m always here to help!

The top 5 little red dresses that will make anyone’s Valentine’s Day special…..

1. Teeze Me Valentine’s Day Form-fitting Tight Rosette Dillard’s New New

Teeze Me Valentine's Day Form-fitting Tight Rosette Dillard's New New

The Teeze Me cocktail dress might just win over a few hearts on Valentine’s Day. It’s simple, and yet has a little something special in the details. Go snap up the Teeze Me – Teeze Me Valentine’s Day Form-fitting Tight Rosette Dillard’s New New – $30.50, Free shipping – Available at Tradesy

2. Venus – Drop Waist Bandage Dress

 

Venus - Drop Waist Bandage Dress - Size M, Red

 

Simple, yet flirty for Valentine’s Day. Plus, how can anyone go wrong with the word VENUS in the name of a dress? I just wish I had those shoes to go with the dress! Definitely check out, and perhaps take the plunge and buy the Venus – Drop Waist Bandage Dress – Size M, Red – $47.00, 9.95 shipping – Available at Venus

3. Herve Leger – Open Back Bandage Dress

 

Herve Leger - Open Back Bandage Dress

A definite show stopper for Valentine’s Day, if you don’t have a budget in mind! Or your budget is high! If you’re in New York, you might need a little something to cover up when getting to the restaurant of choice! This dress has no back, and a winter coat might not be enough to keep you from getting frostbite! Get a little jacket, or just brave it and order the Herve Leger – Open Back Bandage Dress – $1050.00, Free shipping – Available at Nordstrom

(3 reviews)

4. Eliza J – Sleeveless Fit Flare Women’s Dress

 

Eliza J - Sleeveless Fit Flare Women's Dress

 

A dress for the more subdued Valetine. I’d probably go with this one. It’s a decent price, it’s pretty and has a subtle flirty look to it with the flare bottom. I love the fact that it’s got no sleeves, but has a high neckline. When you’re top heavy, sometimes you just want good coverage! What do you think of this one? Will you go for it and order Eliza J – Sleeveless Fit Flare Women’s Dress (Red) – $74.99, Free shipping – Available at Amazon.com Marketplace? I think it’s the most bang for your bucks!

(5 reviews)

 5. SCARLETT Lace Shutter Pleat Cocktail Dress, Red

 

SCARLETT Lace Shutter Pleat Cocktail Dress, Red

 

You can’t have Valentine’s Day without a little bit of lace, right? The neckline is very pretty, and gives the option of wearing a pretty necklace to show off your neck. I love the scarlet color and the price is fantastic! The blue one is really pretty, too. Perhaps at the low price, one of the red, and one of the blue? Go ahead, check out the SCARLETT – SCARLETT Lace Shutter Pleat Cocktail Dress, Red – $39.99, Free shipping – Available at Groupon Goods.

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