4 Chic Outfits For Valentine’s Day
Valentines Day is just around the corner and even if you are single, there is no reason why you shouldn’t be looking like a bomb. It’s a day to celebrate love and make your special ones feel loved. Whether you are planning to go on a date with your best girlfriends or your boyfriend, we have got you covered. Looking like you are ready for Valentines doesn’t have to be cheesy. Incorporating reds in your outfit is the key here and we will tell you exactly how to!
THE CASUAL BRUNCH DATE
In case you don’t have any Valentines Day plans but still like to look festive, we have just the right outfit for you. Denims are a classic that we all have in our wardrobe. Pick out a pair of your most favourite jeans and pair it up with a red sweater. Put on some red moccasins or espadrilles and you are all set to have a comfy, yet stylish Valentines Day out.
THE POWER SUIT
Power dressing can never get old. An all-red sexy pantsuit is perfect for a dinner date to a fine dine restaurant. If an all red outfit is a little too bold for you, you can always switch out the pants and blazers for a black one. Instead of a regular top, wear a red bralette underneath and you are good to go. Match the bralette with some simple red pumps and diamond jewellery. This outfit screams Valentines Day but in a subtle and modern way.
THE DRESS UP
For all the girls out there, who love the romance, there is nothing better than wearing a red dress on a Valentines Day. Moreover, you can switch up the obvious bright reds for more subtle rusty reds and maroons. Our suggestion would be to wear a midi-dress to stay on top of trends. Switch out the fabric for a crochet dress and you have yourself a romantic look that is not cheesy.
Who said that Valentines Day dressing has to be traditional? If you are a fashionista and hate confiding into the obvious clichés, we have just the right option for you-Colour blocking! This is the best way to be in theme with the Valentines Day and still stand out for your style. Our suggestion is to wear colours like pink and red and orange and red together to create the perfect Valentines Day outfit.