Valentine’s Day is on the horizon and whether you’re single, coupled up or looking for a date we’re sure you’re looking for a new outfit too. Valentine’s is synonymous with the colour red (after all, it’s the colour of love and passion!) but hopefully you won’t be seeing red with our picks for February 14th…
Guys, of course we couldn’t forget you, so we’re starting with you first. Not got the funds for a new suit? Then a shirt or tie will see you through V-Day and plenty of dates to come in 2018. We’re loving these and we’re sure your tie will get plenty of use…
Getting shirty – a great fitting shirt is all about the fit so if you’re unsure, try them on or order a few different sizes if you’re buying online. Don’t be afraid to experiment with prints too, just don’t go too Alfie Moon on your date…
Lace, ruffles, a flirty neckline, a low back; there are SO many options for you ladies to choose from whether you want to leave a little to the imagination or dare to bare. We’re loving the midi-length this year here at Plus Minus and they pair well with a pair of stiletto heels.
For those who like to keep it modest, wrap tops, draping and structured shoulders hide a multitude of sins and can be dressed up or down depending on where you’re going. Best of all, they can be worn from the office to the bar, so no need to shove them back in your wardrobe ready for next Valentine’s Day.
For all the singletons out there, it’s not forever and frankly you may being enjoying this time in your life. You just have to remember to ‘Valentine’s Slay‘; own your singleness, embrace it and be your own bae on this Hallmark holiday. Whether you’re staying in with friends or going out in London Town, you’ll find plenty to do in our events section or ways to wind down in our wellbeing section.
Will you be out and about on the town?
Or tucked up in bed?
We’re loving monogrammed pyjamas this year, so why not treat yourself to some personalised pjs? They’re yours after all.
How will you be celebrating (or not) Valentine’s this year?
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