What to wear for Dinner date

January 29, 2019

When it comes to dating, there’s a range of scenarios we overthink about when it comes to meeting a man or woman from Tinder, Bumble, Happn or rare occasion in real life. I can admit like many women who have experience modern day dating what it's like planning outfits and asking your friends for advice.

In my last post, I shared my thoughts on first dates and how I'd dress for a casual coffee date. However, if you've got an evening meal planned sometime in the future or for Valentines Day, it’s essential to wear an outfit which makes you feel stylish and comfortable at the dinner table. Whether you’re going out during the week or at the weekend this rule applies thought Monday to Sunday as you want to look and feel your best.

Usually, when I eat out, I tend to opt for a dish which is high in carbs like pizza or pasta. So I’ve decided to show you a look I wore a for a date night at Zizzi's which is perfect for hiding away a food baby. Also when it comes to ordering food don't feel the pressure to stop yourself from treating yourself.  If he or she is offering to pay the bills, don't shoot them down as they want to show a kind gesture. However, if you feel like you're able to contribute, then that is appreciated as well as I always make sure I do this on dates.

Vintage flannel tartan shirt- Blue Rinse Vintage, Mom Jeans- Topshop, Boots -Zara & Bag -Koko Couture

For this evening attire, I wore my vintage flannel in an off the shoulder style as I liked the relaxed but flirty style of shirt. I then paired the tartan print shirt with my Mom jeans and Zara boots (see similar here) as I wanted to wear a heel which was comfortable to wear throughout the night. Accessory wise I wore my studded Koko Couture bag with my suede yellow biker jacket to give my alt 90's themed look a rock n roll twist. I then finally, of course, I wore a red lip as it complimented my vibrantly coloured shirt.

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