What to wear on Valentines Day
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, there are a myriad of tasks to check off the to do list. Present? Dinner reservation? Flowers? Once you have ticked those boxes, there is only one other pressing matter to attend to – what are you going to wear? Luckily, we can help you with that!
THE TINDER DATE
So you have just met, and as neither of you want to spend Valentine’s Day alone, you thought why not spend it together! The key to this date is to keep it a little casual, but hint at the fact that you are a pretty awesome guy. We suggest somewhere cool and casual for dinner, nothing too overly formal or with a ‘Lovers special’.
THE LOOK: While the denim shirt is quite casual, pair it with the Navy Stretch Blazer and tailored trousers for a put-together, sharp look.
THE DINNER AND A MOVIE
Yes it is a little cliché, but the dinner and a movie Valentine’s Date is a no-brainer, and easily adjustable depending on the level of the relationship. Head to a cosy local if you have only been dating for a few months, or go all out at the hottest place in town for someone really special. However, the dinner and a movie Valentine’s Date poses a tricky dilemma – you want to look sharp, but you want to be comfortable sitting in a cinema for 2 hours.
THE LOOK: Jeans tick the comfort and style boxes, so dress up your favourite denim with a tailored blazer and shirt – tie optional depending on the restaurant.
THE 16-COURSE DEGUSTATION
So you are pulling out the works this Valentine’s Day - you have had the degustation booked for months, have a present all sorted, and now your attention is turned to what you are going to wear. A little bit of research is required for this particular date, depending of course on where you will be dining.
THE LOOK: Why not go all out and wear your favourite suit for the occasion. Pair with a crisp shirt, a pair of leather loafers and a tie for the special night.