These Celebrities Will Inspire Your Valentine's Day Date Look
Even if Valentine’s Day isn’t your jam, it falls over a weekend this year, which means you’ll inevitably be out and about at some stage. So if a date night isn’t on the cards, then hopefully a night out with your friends is. We’re looking to some of our favourite celebs for inspiration. From Kendall Jenner (who never misses a day-to-night beat) to Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (who can wear a gown like no other), we have nine outfits that will satisfy any V-Day plans—whether you're loved up or not.
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A mini and over-the-knee boots combo reads: "I got this". Wear this if you feel like your date might move on quickly from dinner to dancing.
There's something so cool about leather on leather. Miranda makes it work by mixing up the colours. Try the same if you're headed to afternoon drinks.
A cosy movie date calls for a cosy sweater. Copy Kendall and take it up a notch with knee-high boots (which by the way, we predict will be back for A/W 16).
Does it get more glamorous than this? A sunny Sunday lunch at a fancy restaurant (we're looking at you, Cafe Sydney) will give you the opportunity to finally bring out that show-stopping top you haven't had a chance to wear yet. Tone it down with something simple on the bottom, like Kloss.
Date night with the girls? They'll appreciate your new-season party dress more than anyone else will.
If you've been together for a hundred years and Valentine's Day is just another day, make your usual Sunday brunch that little bit more elevated. Swap your casual dress and thongs for something that says "I put effort in" (and then make an effort to swap your usual brunch spot for something different!).
Save this look if you're headed somewhere beyond special. Or, if you want to dress up anyway, plan a nice dinner at home and make it an opportunity to finally dress like Rosie.
Classic dinner plans? Go for a classic two piece (with a midriff-baring twist, of course).