Valentine’s Day – Dressing For A Date
February 14th is just around the corner so we know that your eyes will be looking to your wardrobes and considering all your options. If you’re lucky enough to have a partner who’s planning on taking you to a lovely restaurant, by now you’re going to be fretting! Valentine’s dates always have the disarming ability to make us feel like it’s our first date all over again, so let’s go through the basics of dressing for a date.
Peplum dresses offer the perfect combination of style, sexy and sophistication for any restaurant. You can control how daring you want to be by choosing the right kind of peplum dress. Cut out varieties can showcase your midriff above your hips, mesh and lace can provide a way to show a little more skin without having to go completely strapless. Remember that ruched peplum dresses can be an excellent way to divert attention from your waistline and hips, great for the pear shaped amongst us.
Remember that simplicity can be style, just as much as statement can be stunning. As we’ve all seen, black and white is making a huge impact again, enjoying another stint on the runways. Get ahead of the season and invest in a beautiful 2013 take on the LBD, the LB&WD. Your little black and white dress that you wear on Valentine’s can become your go-to outfit for elegance and style in Spring. A beautiful monochrome cocktail dress can make be a big hit for an evening in the restaurant or a daytime stroll in the park!
We haven’t forgotten about the shoes, your heels are going to make or break your date night outfit! Make sure you measure your shoes to the type of Valentine’s Day you’re going to be having. You shouldn’t find yourself choosing between stilettos if you’re heading for a picnic in the park, whilst those beautiful flat boots are not going to look great in the restaurant! The runway is showing us that Spring heels are going to feature a lot of ankle buckles, alongside a revival of the flat, pointed toes from the ‘90s. J Mendel’s line of sleek, thin straps epitomise sexiness.
If you need some professional help choosing or buying a Valentine’s Day outfit, contact Suzanne and arrange for a personal styling day or if you want a different yet thoughtful gift for your other half why not treat them to a few hours with a Personal Stylist to get them ready for Spring/Summer or even the next special occasion on the calendar!