Jan 30, 2015
5 cute date-night outfits to make him melt
The date: A romantic dinnerSource: Canadian Living Credits: Canadian Living
If your paramour is taking you out for a nice meal, reciprocate by dolling up a bit. A sheath dress layered with a moto jacket will keep you warm at the table, and is a nice mix of feminine and tough. Pair the look with heels and simple jewellery. A black, white and silver palette is flattering for everyone and right on trend for spring. Moto jacket, $59, joefresh.com. Dress, $98, canada.frenchconnection.com. Silver bar pendant, $24, oliveandpiper.com. Ring, $50, bananarepublic.ca. Heels, $90, aldoshoes.com.
The date: Ice skating and hot chocolateSource: Canadian Living Credits: Canadian Living
Bundle up! For any outdoor date night that happens between November and March, the temperatures in Canada are usually well below zero. Be sure to wear a warm coat and layer on sweaters (we love turtlenecks!). Long underwear underneath pants is also a must. For a pretty and unexpected winter colour palette, try blush, cream and brown. Hooded puffer jacket, $72, forever21.com. Turtleneck, $40, zara.com/ca. Tuque, $8, forever21.com. Patch jeans, $42, joefresh.com. Manitobah Mukluks, $140, townshoes.com. Leather gloves, $49, danier.com.
The date: Takeout and NetflixSource: Canadian Living Credits: Canadian Living
So you’re spending Valentine’s Day at home. It sounds like a plan! Try a cozy yet sexy jumpsuit layered with a draped cardigan. Add a slim bracelet and studs for a bit of sparkle, and toss on your fave slippers. You’ll be totally comfortable, but still look cute. Double-side studs, $39, stelladot.com. Jumpsuit, $98, paperlabel.ca. Bracelet, $19.50, indigo.ca. Foothrills slippers, $30, sears.ca. Cardigan, $95, bananarepublica.ca.