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This Pink Cardigan Is a Closet Staple You Can Wear Long After Valentine’s Day

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Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.The winter holidays are all so close to each other — we can’t believe Valentine’s Day is coming up already.

Just when we finally took a moment to breathe, we realized it was time to start planning dates, gifts and, of course, outfits!We’ve always loved getting a little dressed up for Valentine’s Day, rocking our cutest red and pink looks to celebrate the holiday of love.

It’s tempting to buy pieces with hearts all over them and go all out, but we don’t want to get something that looks like a costume.

It might be fun on the day itself, but then we just have something that’s going to sit completely unused in our closet for the rest of the year.

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