Take some time this Valentine’s Day to enjoy the little moments that prove love is all around. Wherever, however, and whomever you’re celebrating, we’ve got your outfit covered.
If there’s a hot date in your diary come 14th February, pick this Ghost midi dress in a loved-up shade of deep red. Crafted from a sleek satin, this vintage-inspired tea dress has a flattering shape and delicate details, such as shirred cuffs. The luxurious fabric and standout colour make this a special occasion staple, so it’ll also be perfect for any weddings or parties coming up later in the year. Wear with our statement strappy sandals and add eye-catching jewellery – this t-bar necklace works perfectly with the V-neckline. We’re all about pieces you’ll wear time and time again, so make the dress work harder in your wardrobe by dressing it down with tights and ankle boots.
Valentine’s Day is a great excuse to celebrate all your loved ones, especially your friends. Heading out with mates? Look for versatile pieces that can pair up with your existing wardrobe staples. This floral blouse Shirts & Blouses wide-leg jeans. Finish with our bestselling cross body bag in blossom pink. For a bolder look, we love this tailored blazer in a seasonally appropriate flame red. Wear with smart wide-leg trousers in the same striking shade for a fashion-forward tonal outfit or dress it down with a white t-shirt and denim. And if you’re searching for the perfect present to spoil someone, don’t forget to check out our Valentine’s Day gift guide.
Red and pink are synonymous with Valentine’s Day – and are also one of our favourite colour combinations. These colours make a powerful partnership, so look for pieces that combine in one print if you’re not quite sure how to wear this vibrant trend. Our zebra-print midi dress is bold and bright without being overwhelming. The floaty shape is an easy silhouette to wear, and a tie detail neckline adds a feminine finishing touch. Or for a bolder look, try on-trend colour blocking by pairing two pieces in contrasting shades of red and pink.
Words: Emily Sutherland