First dates: They’re nerve-racking, thrilling or (more likely) a heart-pumping combination of the two.
An Indie movie theater
An artsy movie date calls for the perfect mix of casual and unique. Tuck a vintage band tee into ripped boyfriend jeans and finish off the look with colorful block heels and a leather bomber.
Yes, Valentine’s Day house parties are a real thing. And if your date invites you to one, don’t fret: This means he wants you to meet his friends — and that it’s time to have some fun with your outfit. Wear a hot pink or fiery red mini dress (bonus points if it has a heart pattern<3) and pair with black tights and combat boots.
If your date suggests spending Valentine’s Day at a rock show, it’s up to you to bring the cool factor. Go for track pants and a sheer white tee layered over a lacy bralette, and top off the look with a fleece-lined denim jacket.
Let’s say your date wants to explore the art world with you by his side this Valentine’s Day. First of all, awww. Second of all, it’s our belief that a museum is the place for fashion minimalism, so let the art be the loudest thing in the room. Opt for a crisp, oversized white oxford shirt tucked into cropped flared denim with simple black strappy heels.
For the traditional prix fixe Valentine’s dinner date, put a sexy update on an old standby: the LBD. Top a little black dress (silk and velvet are our go-to fabrics lately) with a statement patterned coat and sky-high heeled ankle boots.
Trivia night at a dive bar