As soon as the Valentine’s Day gifting woes fade away, there comes the second big question. You might have brought the perfect gift or planned the most romantic surprise for your amore; however it is all incomplete without the perfect outfit.
Attention ladies: this one is for you :
Even though our wardrobes may be filled with clothes that we have actually never worn before, we sit down for hours brainstorming outfit ideas for the big V day. How to look cute but hot at the same time? How to make sure I don’t look OTT? What suits my body type the best? What would be fit for a candle-lit dinner and what would suit a camping trip under the stars? To answer all your queries and help you with many more: I have created a look book that encaptures my idea of the best looks you could go for. The list takes you through a journey of all the amazing looks you can choose from. If you want to play with colours or look bright and fun, you have a look chalked out. If you want to stick to a classy outfit for the perfect brunch date, that raises your standards, you can have your pick. And easiest of all; if you just wanna look your usual bomb-self, your outfit has been planned.
For my first
For my second outfit, I paired a yellow camisole top that I ordered from Shein with a black skirt with a veil on top. I accessorised it with a yellow bandana from Shein and a black tote bag and wore black shoes to go with them. I think it would perfectly suit a nice candle-lit dinner date.
If you are not playing safe this Valentine’s and are planning to add colours to your outfit, this is for you. I paired a red off the shoulder wrap top that
Heading to a retro-bar? I have just the outfit you need. I paired a black high-neck full-sleeved top from
My last look is inspired by Audrey Hepburn’s sense of fashion. I paired a maroon polka dots top, which I ordered from Shein with black flared trousers. I accessorised it with a black scarf and a cane handbag. Then I wore nude block heels, to go with the look.