February 12 : Men think dressing up for the Valentine’s Day date can be kept to the last minute, but it’s a special day and calls for some preparations for an evening date. It can be a smart-casual wear, tailored chino pants and a jacket or a little jazzy one. Just leave it on us, and we’ll find you some inspirations to ensure you dress both stylishly and appropriately.
Nothing can replace a classic wear—it’ll already make you dinner-ready. This exemplary modern look is appropriate for a semi-formal Valentine’s Day evening date. Textured blazers are trending and they literally look good. This time, instead of a leather shoe try sneakers with this look.
Take inspiration from these feminine short dresses for your special V-Day date
Aim for this smart-casual look—a combination of textures for a cosy romantic date. Channelise your inner millennial vibes with this all-blue look—blue self-designed T-shirt with a blue printed jacket and dark blue checkered cargo pants.
Ensure you’re prepared for any kind of weather February can throw at you. So rock this leather jacket look effortlessly. Just throw a buttery soft black leather jacket that has buttons down the front, over a black graphic tee you already own, and team it with a good pair of black jeans. Now polish your look with a pair of smart black boots. Voila! You are done.
Taking cue from this style, you can forget to layer up and rock in a printed shirt. This charming and trending black floral printed shirt can be teamed with a pair of black chino pants and black boots.
If you are thinking casual and want a casual evening date, go for this super minimal look. This cool mix and match look is easy to achieve. Wear any white T-shirt you have and team it with a bright mustard jacket and a pair of ripped blue denims. Keeping with casual look, go for a pair of black and white sneakers. The contrast of colours adds depth to the outfit which helps create a balanced silhouette.
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