Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and that means one thing: you’re worrying about what you’ll be wearing on your special date! We’ve done the hard work and all you now need is a man (not as easy as it sounds, is it)? Here’s to the most romantic movies of all time that keep on giving…Now then, let's Netflix and not chill.
Fake it till you make it. For a look as chic as it’s vintage, turn to the hopelessly romantic film, ‘The Notebook’. Be the Rachel your Gosling would want to take out on a boat trip. All you really need is a dress in a lovely shade of blue, kitten heels and pearls. Oh, don’t forget that scarlet lipstick. It’s a must-have for the ultimate ‘50s finish.
If your date hasn’t clued you in on your big plans yet, we advice you play it safe with your look. Get inspired from Julia Roberts in Runaway Bride and keep it simple with a classic-white roll neck and a swishy skirt. Finish with monochrome ballerinas and minimal jewellery.
This may not feel like a typical date-outfit on the surface, but bear in mind, first date can be tricky! Take a cue from Before Sunrise and keep it cool with a pair of skinnies, styled with a basic T-shirt and a front-open plaid shirt. Complete with tan accessories—hi-tops and a saddlebag are the perfect finish.
You have been with each other for a while and you never know when he’s going to throw that ‘big question’ at you. Well, be prepared! Get that Carrie Bradshaw from ‘Sex and the City’ look on fleek and opt for a dress with ladylike details. Pull it together with notice-me-now shoes and metallic polish.
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