What To Wear For Valentine's Day

With more couples opting for stay-at-home or relaxed 'day-date' options post-pandemic, we've seen the Valentine's style evolving in sync to incorporate looks for casual village walks, cheeky lunch hour coffee rendezvous and Netflix & Chill sofa snuggles. Mind you, glam is most certainly NOT dead so you can raise the excitement stakes with sequins & heels. If you're looking for fresh inspiration for Valentine's Style check out my Valentine's fashion edit - What to wear for Valentine's Day.

Sofa & Chill

Just because you may binge-watch Netflix on Valentine's Day, doesn't mean you shouldn't go all out 'red & pink' the colours of romance and lust.

Red floral smocked dress, Albaray, £89, Shop Here

Glam Up

Sequins are an easy win and add instant sparkle with a dinner date or theatre trip for Valentine's Day.

Sequin cowl midi dress, Forever New, £100

Coffee Rendezvous

A pop of pink adds a playful touch to your Valentine's outfit if you're coming straight from the office.

Pink Blazer, ONLY, £45. Camel sweater, Reiss, £98. Black sneakers, Gabor, £47.50. White Delilah laser cut bag, dune, £80.

Village Stroll

Sexy meets casual with sensual fabrics and killer shades.

Cream jacket, £239, Boss. Isa wide-leg jeans, Reiss, £150. Crescent Horn necklace £53, Large Message heart Necklace, £69, both from Posh Totty. Gucci shades, £320.

Country Casual

Sleek, rather than Michelin Man, is the name of the puffa-game for a romantic, country escape.

Camel quilted coat, LK Bennett, £295. Black sneakers, Gabor, £47.50. Black mid-rise slim crop jeans, Reiss, £110. White Delilah laser cut bag, Dune, £80.

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