Valentines Day12th Feb
Are you treating that special someone to a slap-up meal at a top restaurant or for a few drinks in a swanky watering hole? If so, you will need to dress the part. You can team a pair of smart skinny black jeans with a crisp white shirt and overcoat this outfit is easily dressed up or down depending on your footwear choice. Pop on a nice pair of dark brogues for any truly formal functions or swap them for a nice crisp tennis shoe for a slightly more relaxed vibe.
Some pub grub at the local more your thing? Give a timeless smart-casual look a modern twist with a knitted polo and denim combo. Wear this with a pair of suede trainers and finish the look with a baker boy hat which compliments the polo. This outfit gives you the luxury of the option to move on to somewhere else after your meal whether it's a cocktail bar, the cinema or home.
Not a fan of Valentine's day but still forced to at least get a takeaway and watch a film on the sofa? Stay comfy but look like you have made all the effort with a premium tracksuit. Keep the bottoms fitted and keep away from wearing a hoodie on top (this can look too casual) a crew or funnel neck means that if you do need to pop out you can chuck on a pair of clean white trainers, but if you are lucky enough to stay in a pair of slippers will do fine!