Winter has well and truly set in … so it’s time for some warmer first date fashion options. Whether you’re based in the UK, and off to a fireworks display, or over in the States, preparing to celebrate Thanksgiving, Sian has some perfect looks to keep you warm on those all important winter dates!
The Fireworks Date – Look Number One
While I am more of a summer person, I do love autumn/winter for fashion. Shopping for a winter coat is always a fun yearly event and this gorgeous waterfall coat from Next is an absolute steal at £65, which is why I bought it myself! It’s so comfortable, a great colour that goes with everything and super stylish. The burgundy of the knitted dress from Topshop is a great match with the coat, the warm tones will make you forget about the chilly weather and its a pretty alternative to jeans, while still being warm and cosy. Winter is also a great time of year for accessories and this gorgeous fur stole is the perfect piece to keep you warm and on trend. As much as I love a hat or a pair of ear muffs on a cold winter evening, you want to be able to hear your date talking and having to pick your hat up off the ground every time you look up at the fireworks isn’t ideal so go for a nice chunky scarf that you can pull up to your ears if you need to. There are some lovely boots around this season and when you’re wandering around outdoors it’s best to go for a flat pair of cosy boots that are going to keep your feet nice and warm. This pair from Pull & Bear at ASOS are perfect, they’re an easy colour to style, the gold adds a nice detail and the shine means they will be easy to wipe the mud off when you get home! Finish with a pair of fleece tights to keep your pins covered up and you’re good to go!!
Sian is a freelance fashion stylist and personal stylist specialising in live events and editorial styling. She’s worked on events for various shopping centres around the country, styling catwalk models and dancers, as well as styling for a number of national magazines. Sian’s blog focuses on showing you how to create different looks, how to style trends to suit everyone and how to make the most out of your wardrobe. You can also contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquiries, be it work or fashion advice!