With January feeling like an entire year, it was only a matter of time before we started the February festivities. As the lovely Valentines air comes to greet us in 2 weeks, we’re certain a lot of fashion girls are already prepping for their date night outfits. Whether it’s a date with your significant other, your friends or you just feel like treating yourself out, we’ve got you covered with these outfit ideas that will keep you from rummaging your closet. From romantic to edgy, we’ve got one for every style.
Taking a page from the streets, here are our wardrobe recommendations to get you ready to paint the town red.[caption id="attachment_124095" align="aligncenter" width="500"] photo from Clique[/caption]
You might feel some type of way about pink being first on the list but a monochromatic blush ensemble like this separates itself from pieces like silk slip dresses that are often considered conventionally romantic. Pair a high neck piece and a midi skirt in two tones of the same color family and add in another bright accessory for a necessary breaker.
If you’re someone who loves the lazy stylings of Vetements, you’d know that Demna Gvasalia loves the comfy chic aesthetic. But you can absolutely turn that into a date night look without just wearing hoodies and denim. Channel the 90s with a long trench paired with a textured skirt and a graphic tee then take your favorite pair of sock boots to finsh it off.[caption id="attachment_124093" align="aligncenter" width="500"] photo from Clique[/caption]
It’s amazing how texture can add personality to an outfit—this is the sort of transitional look that’s simple but has character. Corduroy is definitely one of those vintage staples that will always be remain a stylish piece no matter the time and especially when paired with such laid-back pieces, it can be the highlight to the entire look. Take a pair of pointed boots or heels for an added feminine flair.
Perhaps the most foolproof outfit for the lazy fashion girl is the double breasted trench. Its effortless longline silhouette can either be one full outfit or a last layer to casual look as an accent. You can pair one with just a white tee and skinny trousers combo for the day or a mini dress for a chic evening look.[caption id="attachment_124091" align="aligncenter" width="500"] photo from Clique[/caption]
The Italian girl staple and favorite of Attico It girls, Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio, a robe is another piece that lets you get away with going a little more effortless compared to a layered ensemble. A printed or bright colored (or both!) type of piece is perfect for a date night. You can even pair it with a textured slip dress to make things more sultry.
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For all the girls who love their mix of workwear and casual, this is the outfit for you and it’s the perfect fusion smart and street chic. Take your favorite printed blazer, high-waisted denim trousers and a metallic or lamé top for a lowkey party ensemble.