V-Day looks that are #OutfitGoals
Whether you have first date
jitters or first Valentine’s Day together nerves, we’re here to help you decide
on your V-Day wardrobe to ensure you feel the lurve.
Our top tips for dressing for a date:
doubt, underdress rather than overdress. You’ll always be comfortable in jeans and a slinky camisole, but
might not be relaxed in a form-fitting cocktail dress.
white or all-black is easy and always looks polished. Pop your look with
matching cuffs, a
bright lip or statement handbag.
shoes are a non-negotiable. Block
heels or sneakers
are always a win.
If you don’t
have a go-to date night uniform then let the venue or date lead your outfit.
Here are our top dates (and outfits) per
The date: Cocktails and tapas
The vibe: Sleek and sexy
The venue: Sin and
Taxes for artisanal cocktails, followed by Urbanologi for bespoke tapas.
The look: Trade in your classic button down for a cold shoulder tunic – the perfect piece
to update your work
appropriate pencil skirt. The final touches: layered long-length necklaces or a choker and structured clutch.
The date: Wine bar and Italian
The vibe: Hip, but polished
The venue: Wine tasting at Open Wine, followed by a bistro dinner at Villa 47.
The look: A relaxed wine date translates to a slip dress with block heels. Date more casual? Opt for a chambray version. Finish
the look with a draped
necklace or tassel
earrings and a metallic
The date: Dinner and jazz
The vibe: Well put together
The venue: A relaxed pasta for two at The Glenwood Restaurant followed by the Chairman for live jazz.
The look: Double denim is the perfect combination of dressed down and on
trend without trying too hard. Ensure the denim of your shirt and jeans don’t match and step it up with a
pair of dressy heels
and sparkly clutch.
If you’re a details person then add an understated necklace and watch.
our V-day date night edit