13 February 2017

Outfit: What to Wear on Valentines Day

It's that time again, where we all make an extra effort for our loved ones or just for ourselves to get glammed up. If you are like me, planning to go out to do something either for a romantic meal, to get dined and wined, or a nice little trip to the cinema, then keep reading, as I look at two different outfit options for you, pulled together with the favourite items I found over on Polyvore. 

Going Out for Meal?
Valentines Day - Meal Outfit


Valentines Day - Meal Outfit 


I love to put a nice dress on and some heels when going out for a meal. I've gone with this Dorothy Perkins, Chi Chi dress for £80. Skater dresses are always the best choice, so you have plenty of room to move about and to eat and drink plenty. I've teamed the colours of red with black, as a good contrast and not to take anything away from the dress, given the vibrant colour. The strappy heels are from Barneys.com and black clutch is from John Lewis, which compliant the dress well. As for the choker, I'm obsessed with these at the moment and wanted to bring in the choker trend to this outfit, to make it this season. The fine strappy details of the dress would work well with detail on the choker.

Trip to Cinema?


Valentines Day - Cinema Date


Valentines Day - Cinema Date 


Even for a cinema trip I like to make a little bit of an effort, but you can't go wrong with either a pair of skinny jeans or black dress leggings, like these from Romwe.com at £8. I personally would team up with a causal/dressy top. Then pair with a mid length dressy coat, like this black classy one at £135 from GEOX.com. I've Incorporated red into this outfit too, by adding the bag and the selective colours on the top, after all it is Valentines. 

Where are you heading this Valentines and what are planning on wearing? 

Love 
Laura x
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