Valentine’s Day is around the corner and we can’t contain our excitement! Going on a date puts you in a position to look your best. Whether you’re going for a Michelin starred dinner or a simple lunch date, it's all about making sure that you dress both stylishly and appropriately for whatever you’ve got planned, and guess what? We've got something in store for every plan! This year, we’re keeping it all classy, chic and dashing for the month of love. Here’s a rundown on what to wear to common Valentine Date’s scenarios.
- Fancy Dinner Dates - Great choice. You can never go wrong with the three courses of a masterfully prepared meal accompanied by a few glasses of fine wine? Seeing as you’ve passed hurdles to secure a reservation, you’ll want to match the same effort when it comes to what you wear. A pair of classic patterned black horsebit loafers or monk strap shoes in black or tan with a tailor made pair of trousers and a crisp shirt to take your bae’s breath away
- The Day Date - Whether it’s a road trip or a staycation or you’re going to the movies, we suggest you keep your outfit comfy and casual so you can focus on making a connection. Ensure you’re prepared for every kind of weather the day throws at you. Go for a style that is both smart and sturdy. Boots and sneakers are the best bet here
- The Dance Floor Date - Its game time. You got past the jitters. She said yes. You’ve picked a swanky new bar to start the night at and ready to rock n roll. You’re dressing to be seen, to make an impression. So, start with a shirt and dark jeans, then ground with some fancy footwear. Boots or loafers are our top picks.
- The after work date - Meeting up your date for craft cocktails downtown after work or keeping it relaxed with an order-in Netflix movie night? Either way you’ll have to look your best to keep the stakes high. Start off with a solid pair of trousers, denims or chinos. For the footwear you can opt for these olive loafers.