Whether you plan on having an intimate date night at home or creating cocktails with the girls, celebrate February the 14th in style. This year we're wearing bold red hues, feminine ruffled pieces and eye-catching florals to make this lockdown day like no other. Scroll to discover our editor's picks for the perfect Valentine's outfit.
Go for glamour
Feminine, floral and effortlessly stylish, an eye-catching red midi dress is the perfect piece for at home celebrations. Whether you prefer an elegant tea dress or fancy going for glamour in an asymmetric number, the long red dress is every woman's Valentine's wardrobe hero. We're wearing ours with heels (because we miss them) but to be honest, we'll probably be in slippers within the hour.
Elegant frilled detailing, alluring keyholes and sleek white fabric make these statement tops stand out from the rest. If dressing up to stay in isn't really your cup of tea, try a sleek top to bring a different mood to your at-home celebrations. Pair with denim for date nights, or with joggers if you're socialising on Zoom, we won't tell.
The modern romantic
Match your bouquet in a floral dress with flirtatious appeal. Boasting a comfortable swing design, flattering tie details, and a button down front, the Fayola dress is an elegant style, ideal for everyday occasions. We're thinking of pairing this red dress with red wine, red roses, and maybe even some red velvet cupcakes for dessert. It's Valentine's day, why not go all out?
It's still February, and as much as we'd love to just wear flowing dresses, the chances are, we're going to need something warm. Look to soft-touch knitwear to stave off the cold with ease this Valentine's day, and layer up in style. Why not coordinate your midi dresses to a scarlet knit, or add lace to your look with bold statement sleeves? We're making cosy dressing fun again.
A gift to remember
This year, we want to give (or receive, we're not picky) the perfect bunch of flowers. For a modern, meaningful touch, try a dried flower bouquet, full of vibrant hues or neutral tones and guaranteed to last. Or, for a galentines activity this February lockdown, why not order a variety of dried flowers and make your own?
It may not the Valentine's date nights at restaurants and cocktail celebrations we've been used to, but that doesn't mean we're not going to make it special.