Mr Price shirt | ribbon from a fabric shop | YDE dress worn as a skirt | Michael Kors watch
Sass Diva bracelet
Stressed over finding the perfect outfit to wear
for Valentine’s Day? Never fear for an
Arum Lilea Guide is near.
To begin, make sure you are comfortable. If you’re going on a date, chances are you
don’t know where you are going so you need to be prepared for anything. Don’t wear your shortest, tightest, hottest
dress if you think you might be going for a 5 course meal. By the end of dinner you will be regretting
your tight choice. It will also be
problematic if you’re surprised with a picnic and have that embarrassing
realisation that your dress is too short to sit on the ground. Rather be safe & pick something with a little
more length and room to move around.
It’s a special day so why not play with a
different texture of fabric. Bring out
your tulle skirt or try something with a little bit of lace for an added
feminine touch. I’m a real
traditionalist when it comes to colours on Valentine's Day. I love to see red everywhere. This doesn’t mean you need to dress head-to-toe
in it if you find it too bold. A red belt,
shoes or red nails are great ways of incorporating the colour into your
outfit. These are also perfect ways of
jazzing up your perfect LBD.
Personally, I love heels. My go-to outfit will always have heels however I have learnt from experience
(my unpredictable boyfriend who loves surprising me) that they are not always
practical. A good idea would be to pack
flats in your bag if your date is anything like mine.
What about make-up? Less is more ladies. Men don’t like it when you leave your whole
face print on their shirt. Red lips
might be a very tempting way of adding the colour to your outfit, but you will
regret it when your Valentine’s smooch leaves you both looking like vampires. A touch of foundation, blush, winged eyeliner,
lots of mascara and a great lipgloss will have you looking gorgeous in no time.
As for your hair, leave it loose, add some
waves and you’re ready for a perfect night out.
I hope these tips help! Let me know what you think
Labels: Arum Lilea's Guide, Celebrations, Valentine's Day