In many people’s minds, Valentine’s Day needs to be sheer perfection. It’s tough to really nail down every aspect of the event, and many people feel unsatisfied with how their special day turns out in the end. Suddenly, the time for celebration turns into a stressful, chaotic mess!
This is especially true wherever outfits are concerned. While it’s perfectly okay to wear whatever you like on Valentine’s Day, some people really like to wear a fitting ensemble piece that captures the mood and tone of their day. It’s hard to get it right here, but not impossible.
Consequently, here’s how to put together the perfect Valentine’s Day outfit.
Whoever said Valentine’s Day was a time for glitz and glamour alone? Not everyone enjoys one-on-one meals or staring into one another’s eyes – many people like to head to the great outdoors and experience adventure! With your partner in tow, exploration and exercise can be a fun thing – especially when you’re geared for the occasion.
February is still one of the colder months out there, so you’ll want to wrap yourself up in some thermal clothing to ward off the chilly winds. This kind of clothing can serve as an underlayer but is also stylish and smart enough to be worn alone too. Also, if you have a figure you’d like to flaunt then thermals are perfect, because they fit very tightly to retain your natural body heat by design. If you want to look sporty and adventurous, thermal joggings and tops are a must!
Top if all off with a big rucksack for all your snacks, water and cameras, and you’re good to go! Perhaps even throw in a cute bobble hat too to add some quirky inflections to your outfit!
There’re no surprises here – when you go out to dinner with your boyfriend or girlfriend, what are most of the ladies around you wearing? A dress! Still, you can take a step beyond the generic choices here. Perhaps it’s a colour scheme, such as bold reds or striking, electric blues. The better the fit, the more style points you’ll snag too, so go for something that really compliments your body shape, whatever that may be.
Further nuances can be found in a pair of gorgeous heels, and yes, the handbag. You could even pick up a cross body bag from Radley London, because these kinds of additions really complete outfits with a ‘cherry on the cake’ kind of feeling, but are small enough to not be a bother when you’re out on the town. At the very least, your hands will have something to hold if you’re a nervous fidgeter!
Movie watching is a very common activity for couples on Valentine’s Day. That’s not to take away from it’s appeal though – if it’s a common thing then it clearly works for people! That said, there’s really no need to dress to the nines if you’re going to the cinema. After all, this is absolutely such a thing as ‘overdressing’ for the occasion.
If you’re date is to comfortably head off to the cinema, then frankly you can get away with wearing whatever you like. Whack on your favourite jeans or joggers, slip into your cosy hoodie, and enjoy the day. Perhaps some casual trainers work a treat too! Obviously, when the lights go down and the film starts playing, no one’s going to be looking at what you’re wearing anyway!