wearing: ASOS top | YOUNGH HUNGRY FREE skirt | WINDSOR SMITH heels | FACTORIE sunglasses
Valentine's Day is just around the corner? Any plans yet?
I have listed a few ideas on the previous posts along with appropriate outfits. Perhaps a romantic picnic or a day trip to the spa? Or simply have a girls' day and night out. As you may have already figured out from the title, the third and last Valentine's Outfit Ideas post is dedicated for those who are planning to have a romantic dinner date. The most common, obvious but classic and sweet plan for the event.
One of the most well known rule in fashion is that "opposites attract", even Paula Abdul has a song named after this. So when involving a peplum top, which has a piece of fabric attached to the waistline as a full flounce, the first thing you think about is pairing it with a tight fitting bottom such as a bodycon skirt or skinny pants. One night I was trying on clothes in my wardrobe and randomly I decided to combine both these pieces together which I would not do normally because both has a distinct flared silhouette. I fell in love with the look straight away because somehow those two pieces just blend and the two together look like a dress. Perhaps the identical material which they both share is one of the factors which made the look work.