Thursday, February 9, 2012

valentine's date

Did you ever see that episode of Friends where Rachel accidentally wears a silk chemise out to dinner with Ross' parents? Ever since then I've had this weird obsession with wearing slips out and about. Don't ask me why, but I can't stop thinking about fulfilling my fashion fantasy by wearing a lingerie-inspired dress as a Valentine's Day outfit.

Most people are probably thinking about pink and reds for the holiday of love, but I love the idea of mixing super-sexy and edgy. I mean, that's probably more appealing to a date than candy and hearts, right? Don't get me wrong, I'm probably the girliest dresser you'll meet, but I think there's something cool about looking just plain hot on a day where the rest of the world celebrates mushy romance. The slip can be toughened-up by throwing on a leather jacket, tons of funky accessories and studs. Include some more "typical" Valentine's Day pieces with bow detailing on shoes and heart shaped jewelry. Even better, use it as a chance to swap out your standard gold pieces for rose gold jewelry.

All Saints Walker Leather Jacket (similar)
Jean Yu Mini Satin Chemise
Elizabeth and James Selby Pumps
Alexis Bittar Crystal Encrusted Rose Gold Bangle
Alexis Bittar Black Alexandria Gold Feather Pendant
Michael Kors Rose Gold Watch
Elizabeth and James Rose Gold Ring
Marc Jacobs Heart Stud Earrings
House of Harlow 1960 Val Clutch


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