What Lauren Conrad Thinks You Should Wear for Valentine's Day
Hello, ladies! With Valentine’s Day inching closer, it’s time to start planning what you’ll wear. And when it comes to February 14, it doesn’t matter if you’re taken or rolling solo. There are different kinds of date nights that work with any relationship status. So today, I pulled together outfit ideas for three different types of Valentine’s Day date nights: a romantic dinner with your significant other, a night out with your best girlfriends, and a cosy evening in with your love.
So whether you’re in a new relationship, celebrating an anniversary (like me!), or spending quality time with the friends in your life, you’ll have head-to-toe outfit inspiration. Take a look…
For those in newer relationships, it’s common to go a more traditional route when it comes to Valentine’s Day. A dinner reservation at one of your favourite spots is the perfect way to celebrate your love. And since it is a holiday, I say go all-out. Put on a pretty dress, wear those fancy heels, and grab a sparkly clutch. Here’s what I would wear for a date night like this:
If you’re living the single life or just don’t feel like celebrating V-Day with your partner, a ladies’ night out is always a good idea. Getting together with a bunch of your best girlfriends is the perfect way to ring in any holiday… especially one based around love. For an outing like this, I would go a little more fun and flirty. Wear a shorter dress, strap on some high heels, and add a pop of colour where you can.
For couples looking for a low-key Valentine’s Day, an evening in sounds lovely. You can cook dinner (or order in from your favourite restaurant), watch a movie, play a few card games, and just spend quality time together. And when it comes to dressing for an occasion like this, I would try to mix cozy with chic. I love the idea of wearing a feminine maxi dress, strappy sandals, an oversized cardigan, and a delicate necklace.