Picking a date night outfit is always tricky, and the pressure is ramped up an extra notch when the date in question is on Valentine’s Day. Whether it’s a casual first date outfit or something more formal, you want to make sure you dress to impress. Read on to find out our favourite date night looks.
A walk in the park on a crisp February day is a particularly romantic date. The brisk weather means as well as coming across casual and effortless for your other half, you need a date outfit that’s warm, too. This Limehouse slate blue overcoat is the perfect way to protect yourself from the chill while also looking the part. Pair it with a crisp white Oxford shirt, selvedge jeans and Converse.
An early date can be great, and there isn’t a better way to get the festivities going nice and early than with a boozy brunch date. However as you’re starting early, you need a date outfit that will be comfortable and appropriate for the entire day. This speckle linen suit from Limehaus is the ideal smart and stylish suit for a boozy brunch without stepping too far into formality.
Ok, while you’re unlikely to find many drive ins available in mid February, the cinema is a classic Valentine’s date for a reason. While you may think the darkness of a cineplex may render a movie date outfit null and void, we’d beg to differ. Be the perfect gentleman and don a green/brown check tailored jacket from Racing Green, perfect paired with raw denim jeans, a pale blue shirt and tan brogues. A classic, smart casual look.
The ultimate in Valentine’s date nights, the slap up meal. Pull out all the stops by matching an evening at your favourite restaurant with a full suit, preferably this Limehaus two piece in navy check, completed by a Racing Green white Oxford shirt. While there’s a time and a place for a tie, in this instance, we’d ditch it to add a touch of informality and personality to your look.