The fact of the matter is, Valentine’s Day is not for everyone. There are singles out there, love cynics and those still holding onto a little resentment towards their exes.

If the thought of Valentine’s Day - the chocolates, cupids shooting arrows everywhere, and roses all nauseate you a little, you might be in an anti-valentine mood. And it’s totally a thing.

Los Angeles-based brand Valfre launched an anti-romance line called the she-devil collection for Valentine’s Day. It will make you feel all sorts of empowered. 

The line has bold art and witty slogans on jackets, pants, tees and hoodies available in sizes from small to XXL, plus they ship worldwide.

So, celebrate your singleness with this sassy, devious, cheeky unapologetic clothing line that will ward off any questions about your relationship status.

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Here are some standout pieces for your wardrobe:

"Roses are red" crop top

It reads: "Roses are red, violets are blue, you are garbage." Ouch!

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Romance is dead jacket

This baby pink corduroy jacket reads: "Romance is dead" – and is a whole vibe.

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The break-up beret

This black wool beret with a red broken heart pierced by a safety pin is super cute.

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Maneater hoodie

This black hoodie with flame sleeves artwork screams "don't mess with me".

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Black crop top

This long sleeve high-neck crop top with a red patch is super chic.

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Matilda pants

Tell everyone how you feel about Valentine's Day with this red corduroy with hearts specifically placed on the buttocks.

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The Madeline Backpack 

Finish off your look with this cool cherry red corduroy backpack.

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The artist behind the brand and collection is Mexican-born Ilse Valfre, who is described as being “wild at heart” on the Valfre website.

Describing her artistic creativity, they write: “Her work explores the poignant tension between vulnerability and confidence as she transports her audience into the hearts and minds of the character that she creates.”

Her look is described as edgy, unique and experimental, as she believes that real fashion girls don’t limit or box themselves. 

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