Valentine Alone at Home

I have never been a Valentine’s person for one I feel like Valentine is a consumerist holiday to push sales, two it makes single people sad for some weird reason, thirdly, it promotes materialism in an already materialistic world, as a way to express your love. I believe moments need to be cherished as they come, the days you celebrate should have a meaning behind them. But hey hey, that’s just my opinion, if you love this day, there’s nothing wrong with that too. I mean I am a person who loves anything with hearts on it, so what do I say!

People, especially young people, feel low on this day if they are home alone on Valentine or if they have no plans to go out. You do not need a partner to celebrate a day of love, you need to love yourself. And you NEED TO LOVE YOURSELF EVERY SINGLE DAY and love yourself fiercely. But why am I even writing this post on Valentine’s because the word “valentine” gets everyone’s attention.

This post is a visual attempt to reduce stigma around being alone at Valentine and not having a partner, having being stood up by a partner, not having plans to go out, not having galentine’s, you still can have fun.

Chapter 1 : Pink Fluff Candy

Dress up, put on makeup, wear your favourite earrings and eat your favourite candy.

Life in pink.
valentine alone at home
Valentine alone at home
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Chapter 2 : Sipping on the flower potion

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Chapter 3 : Comfortable in my own skin

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Concept note : Editorial old school romantic imagery with exaggerated poses, images have a pink tint, inspired by the tinted colors and over-exposed images of old film cameras.

Concept and styling : Charuta
Earrings custom-made by Nakhrewaali
Photos by Kavita Yadav

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