Valentine's day inspiration day 2
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Whether you're going on Valentine's dinner with your special one at a fancy restaurant or a more casual date, you can't go wrong with the looks we rounded up for the most romantic holiday of the year.
Elegant look for a fancy restaurant
Instead of the usual dress, go with a chic well-tailored jumpsuit or a sophisticated silk pyjama with an oriental feel to achieve a striking look. Jumpsuits have never been as on-trend as now; Céline Dion caused quite a stir during Paris Fashion Week in a jaw-dropping Alexandre Vauthier jumpsuit. We'd recommend something a bit less "dramatic" though. Add statement earrings or layer several delicate necklaces, and of course, don't forget to finish your outfit with some killer heels for a sexy look, perfect for your smart night out.
Romantic but casual look
A beautiful A-line skirt is flattering and feminine. You can dress down your classy skirt by wearing a cosy cashmere pullover for a more casual look. Giovanna Battaglia's all red outfit screams Valentine's, but the heart-shaped sunglasses are maybe a tad too much! An animal print A-line skirt paired with a pastel pink pullover will give you the right balance between romantic and contemporary. And because it's Valentine's, you don't want to look too casual; wear beautiful pumps and cool accessories.