But when i got to thinking about it, because obviously when i think of occasions the first thing i process is what would i wear, I realised that there are a few options that could be for Valentines day.
Now this is dress code talk that only another lady would understand, so here goes:
We have uber dressy, we have smart and then we have smart casual options.
Some people like to go all out and have a dinner in a fancy restaurant, some like a nice pub meal and maybe the cinema, and then there are some who will perhaps go out in the day for a stroll or take in a gallery or museum.
Dates are all personal preference, and whether its your first Valentines or your 10th, picking a fabulous outfit that makes you feel amazing, can never be a bad thing.
I'm thinking dining out in a fine establishment, candle lit and fancy feasts.
I chose a pretty dress for this, more specifically a wrap dress, which is a beautiful flattering cut that will accentuate you in all the right places. This lovely little number reminds me of the dress i was wearing the night my husband first kissed me(awww), so the shape and the style of the dress feels a little romantic and lovely.
Leather trousers and a gorgeous Pussybow Blouse is kinda smart-sexy and comfortable don't you think?(Sidenote, I'm also in love with this blouse.. how gorgeous!) And being as its February I added on my faux fur coat for warmth and added huggabilty.. who wouldn't want to hug me in this fluffy bad boy!
Casual Day Date
For this comfort but class is required. My first item of choice is a trusty breton top, this one has a twist however as its adorned with subtle sequins and a soft neck-line. I added in my comfy jeans, classic black coat, my lace-up flats and a pop of romantic red with the bag.
What are you planning on wearing and doing this valentines day?
Do share, I would love to know!
With thanks to Jane Norman for helping me create these 3 valentines looks