Whether its fine dining, dinner at home, or drinks with friends, make sure you’re heading for sartorial success on the 14th Feb. Read on for three ensembles to inspire you.
Bow Back Dress / Jersey Dress / Jersey Dress
The Classic Dress
Whatever the location, a black dress is the perfect fit for all occasions. The Joelle Jersey Bow Back Dress is our pick of the season, featuring a simple round neck and ultra-feminine bow at the back. When paired with a heel, its form-skimming shape ensures an elegant silhouette. For a more relaxed fit, the jersey shift dress offers a chic alternative. The classic shape means it can be styled myriad ways; try a strappy heel if the weather permits. Fancy something brighter? Try the red version (it is Valentine’s Day after all…)
Satin Luxe Top / Crepe Culottes / Satin Luxe Skirt
Separates are always a great option as an alternative to dresses
. A silk cami is one of spring/summer’s most versatile pieces and can be dressed up or down with ease. Pair the satin luxe vest top with the matching pleated skirt for a sophisticated nod to the colour-blocking trend. We recommend delicate gold jewellery and a heel for a grown up look that makes a statement. Alternatively, wear with jeans
and an ankle boot for an outfit that will easily take you from day to night.
For a Valentines look that will make an impression, try a printed jumpsuit. The vast, hand-drawn flowers bring the relaxed shape of the Tropical Flora jumpsuit to life. Pair with a heel for a look that will ensure you make an entrance. If the idea of an all-over print is too bold, the ponte jumpsuit is a more refined alternative. The V Neckline and culotte leg shape create a flattering silhouette and can be easily dressed up with a heel and statement jewellery. Draw attention to the bow back by sweeping hair to the side. If your Valentines Day is set to be a more casual affair, layer over a T-shirt or roll neck and add a trainer or ankle boot.
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