Valentine’s style made simple

Written by Emily Braybrooke.

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The highstreet prepares for Valentine's Day. Photo: Iona McTaggart.

Whether it’s a romantic meal out or a cosy night in, every couple should be looking their best this Valentine’s Day.

First of all, the most important thing is to dress for what you’re doing and where you’re going.

Here are some outfit ideas for your special evening:

Meal Out:

The last thing you want to be worrying about whenever you eat in a restaurant is bursting out of your clothes or feeling like everything is a bit too tight. Opting for a flowing top or high-waisted shorts and tights is a good idea to avoid this issue.

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Topshop, £46.00. Photo: PRshots.com.

Red is always a top choice to add some romance and sophistication to an outfit. On this occasion though, maybe avoid bright lipstick if you’re anticipating a smooch. Pick a bright red nail varnish instead to add a small pop of colour or a bright clutch.

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J by Jasper Conran for Debenhams, £35.00. Photo: PRshots.com.

A monochrome outfit with any red accessories is an easy way to style for Valentine’s night. You won’t break the bank buying a whole new outfit either!

Night In:

A comfy, yet flattering top is a great choice for curling up on the sofa, or if you just want a PJ night, these ones from Topshop are adorable.

Ultimately, to feel your best this Valentine’s, it is best to stick to a style you are comfortable with, rather than opting for a drastic new look.

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