Valentine’s Day was not associated with romantic love until the middle ages. By the 1700s in England it began to resemble the Valentine’s Day we know today. At this time lovers began to express their love with gifts of flowers, candy and cards, which were called ‘valentines’.
Some facts; * On Valentine`s Day every year, there are at least 36 million heart shape boxes of chocolates sold.
* On average, men spend double the amount of money on Valentine`s Day gifts than women spend. * The average amount a man spends is $130.
* There are approximately 50 million roses given on Valentine`s Day around the world.
Whether you’re doing couple-y things with your main, or going out with your BFFs, these are some things that you don’t have to wear on Valentine’s day.
Too high heels- Heels that you can’t walk in? They don’t look good on anyone.
Head to toe red- Just please don’t wear red clothes all together.
Too much perfume- There’s no need for your guy (or girls!) to smell you miles before you walk through the door.
Too tight dresses- avoid dresses that force you to think more about how uncomfortable you are.
Strappy complicated lingerie- Change into that sexy boudoir look after dinner.
Spanx- Try to avoid underwear that needs a team of people to strip off of your body.
Sweatpants- Please just DON’T.