What to Wear on Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is coming up and regardless of your plans, whether it’s a fancy dinner, or a casual cinema date, you want to look the part and impress your other half. It’s important to try and make a bit of an effort with your outfit on this day. You don’t have to go full out with a tuxedo but your significant other will definitely appreciate a bit of added effort. So, get your hair cut, trim your beard and read our what to wear on Valentine’s Day guide for every kind of date.
THE LUXE DINNER DATE
You’ve already committed to spending an absolute fortune on steaks and cocktails so you might as well dress up and look the part. It’s a rare occasion you have a date like this so why not go all out? Pair a crisp white shirt with some nice trousers as a base. If it’s slightly chilly, pair with a jacket or coat.
THE CASUAL PUB DATE
A fancy dinner date isn’t for everyone. If sitting with a nice cold pint and a packet of crisps is more you and your other half’s thing, opt for a casual sweatshirt and jeans. Add some jewellery for some extra date night styling.
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THE NANDOS AND CINEMA DATE
Probably one of our favourite kind of date’s. Nothing says romance like Peri chicken and an Ice Blast. Keep your outfit simple but stylish with some tapered jeans and an oversized tee.
THE OUT-ALL-NIGHT DATE
Go hard or go home this Valentine’s Day! If you’re hitting the town, you’re going to need something smart-casual. Some black non-ripped jeans and a dapper tee will ensure your date is stuck by your side all night.
THE NETFLIX AND CHILL DATE
We’re not 100% sure we can call this one a date but if this is what you’re getting up to this V-day, choose something comfortable. A Gym King Fleece Tracksuit is the perfect option for all your ‘netflix and chill’ needs.