It's never easy knowing what to wear on Valentines Day, so we thought we'd share a few of our favourite looks for the occasion. All of these looks can be toned down with a jacket and casual hair and make-up but can also be worn straight from work to dinner.
The Red Dress
If you LOVE Valentines day then this one's for you. You've waited for this moment since Christmas (when your boyfriend/fiancé/husband last got you a present). You'll be expecting at least one red rose and dinner out in your favourite local restaurant.
Ottery dress here, Carvela heels, & YSL bag.
A little black dress is your go-to item. Paired with soft nude accessories, the look is effortlessly stylish.
Tetbury dress here, Kurt Geiger heels, & Kate Spade bag.
Who cares about Valentines Day? I'll be with my friends!
You don't care about Valentines Day? A dinner date with your friends is far more fun. Then leave your heels at home! A flattering and comfortable dress like this one would look great with a statement shoe and smart jacket.
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