Whether it’s a romantic date night with a significant other or celebrating Galentine’s Day with your BFFs, we’ve all been through the chaos of choosing an outfit for a special occasion. On this episode of Yes Whut, Zoe and Michelle run through outfit ideas for different date scenarios. Listen till the end when Zoe and Michelle share some of the most inappropriate date outfits they’ve worn to dates!
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Shop the Looks:
Theme Park Date
Romantic Candlelit Dinner
Velvet Cami Top
Faux Leather Shoulder Bag
High Waist Denim Midi Pencil Skirt (similar style)
Asymmetric Star Cascade Earrings
Plain Lace Up Sneakers
For a dinner date, Michelle aims to look like she’s put in some effort, without going over the top. She sets a sensual and mysterious mood with a flattering velvet cami, and styles it with a denim midi skirt and an oversized fluffy jacket for an uptown look with a touch of drama. A candlelit dinner date calls for strategic accessorizing, like a pair of sparkly symmetric earrings exuding elegance and edge. To avoid appearing too dressy for the occasion, Michelle tones down the look with casual white sneakers and a vintage-style shoulder bag.
Meeting the Parents
Faux Pearl Velvet Headband(similar style)
Houndstooth Bomber Jacket(similar style)
Cable-Knit Crop Sweater
Wide-Leg Pants(similar style)
Pointy-Toe Chunky-Heel Ankle Boots
Whether the meet-the-parents date takes place at a restaurant or home setting, Zoe’s sartorial approach is to turn up in a sophisticated look that embodies her personality. Wide-leg dress pants in bright pink are paired with a buttery yellow cable-knit sweater and a houndstooth bomber jacket for a preppy and quirky look. Zoe’s style advice for footwear is to wear shoes that are comfortable but not too comfortable, such as slim-fit low-heeled ankle boots. Retro touches like a bowler baguette handbag and a faux pearl-embellished velvet headband complete the look.
Floral Patterned Knit Top
Corduroy Straight-Leg Pants
Croc-Grain Flap Shoulder Bag
Velvet Mary-Jane Flats
While Michelle is convinced that parents prefer seeing her in a midi dress, she would sport comfy, corduroy pants instead for a balanced look that isn’t too formal or too basic. For the top, she’ll stick to a floral crew-neck knit piece to communicate polite yet playful vibes. Instead of smart shoes, Michelle selects velvety Mary-Janes to add sultry touches to the ensemble. Sleek and classic gold disc studs and a front-flap shoulder bag complete the look.
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