Whether it be a late lunch, dinner or a weekend away, fashion is more important to us than ever on Valentine’s Day no matter if you are single or taken.
It certainly isn’t integral that you wear red on this day of love (unless you are especially enthusiastic) so follow these simple tips to our fashionable Valentine’s wardrobe.
If you are off on a Valentine’s lunch, a sophisticated and effortless look will make sure that you look elegant.
Short dresses are definitely a ‘no-go’ on a lunch date, whether you are in your 20’s or 50’s. Instead, choose a mid length dress that sits at the knee. Choosing shift material womens dresses means that you can dress up the outfit with a waist belt and hide any lumps and bumps!
You may choose to pair it with tights and heels or go bare legged. If you don’t feel comfortable in heels you may choose to wear some winter wedges with your dress – and if you want to look casual/ smart, you could pair some slim fitting jeans with heels and a blazer.
It is important that you feel confident in your outfit, as it will relax you and make you feel confident with your date.
If you have been invited to a dinner date, make sure you know the style of the restaurant before you plan your outfit.
Keep in mind whether you may head out for drinks after; if so you can be more daring with your outfit and choose a slimmer fitting, shorter dress such as a off the shoulder evening dress.
The most important thing is to dress for your shape and feel confident in your outfit on Valentine’s Day.