If you just had a baby, Valentine's Day is the time to bring your sexy back. But it's OK to take "baby" steps to the bedroom with a flattering babydoll slip ($96).
Ah, young love. For those college students who may sneak in some couple time in between study sessions, choose a too-cute Sweet Dreams tee and shorts ($40) that's kosher for running around the dorm in.
If you're trying not to spend V-Day with your ex, but you want to be prepared "just in case," wear playfully sexy heart undies ($46) under your clothes that will flaunt your assets . . . should the moment occur.
For a new twosome celebrating their first Feb. 14 together (and maybe even getting intimate for the first time), don sweet, romantic underpinnings like this heart mesh balconette bra ($12).
If you're feeling too preggers for little lacy little things, get in the V-Day spirit by slipping into some fun heart-covered pj's ($285) that are both comfy and cute.
If you're out on the prowl, don a practical but still sexy heart-themed bra ($33-$37) that you can wear long after you've said farewell to your fling.
When you're roommates with your partner, you know each other inside and out. So even if your Valentine's Day is low-key, show the love with your bedroom attire by slipping into heart-patterned cheeky panties ($12-$13).
Valentine's Day with your FWB will be more hot and heavy than romantic, so dress the part by donning something like this barely there teddy ($30) that ups the sex factor.
When your Valentine's Day plans are up in the air, go with some comfy, silly I Want You hiphuggers ($9-$11).
After many years of celebrating V-Day with your man, spice things up with an embroidered hearts chemise ($46).
Cute pajama bottoms ($25) make the perfect loungewear for a Galentine's Day sleepover or a movie night with your platonic bestie.