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It’s still winter time here in Colorado.
And I, for one, am not a huge lover of doing much in the winter – you know, other than cuddling up by the fire, watching movies, stuff like that.
But you gotta keep it fresh, and once I get my lazy hibernating butt in gear I love date nights! So here’s some ideas on what to wear on a date in winter.
For the girl who likes to be comfy and cozy.
So, here’s some ideas on what to wear on a date in winter, with a Valentine’s Day twist!
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Black skinny jeans (these jeggings in my shop have an elastic waist, so you can bring your appetite on your date!) look dressier and sexier than regular blue jeans. Pair with a top that has feminine ruffles or a dramatic neckline for comfort that doesn’t sacrifice style, and a statement necklace like the gorgeous Indian Ribbon necklace.
A long sleeved maxi dress is another great winter time date night outfit. (If you’re one to get really cold, wear tights and knee boots. Nobody has to know how bundled up you are!) Pair with a long necklace like the Yasmin like I did here, bold earrings, a stack of bangles or a cuff like the Zoe, as pictured. Boom.
Pro tip – sexy shoes make any outfit look more put together! Black skinnies with a slouchy cowl neck is instantly glammed up with leopard print pumps. If its your style, little ankle socks with pumps are back in. Try fish nets. Since you have a lot going on around your neck, this outfit would be best with your statement accessory being your shoes, your earrings, or a hat.
You can never go wrong with all black! I love the distressed jeggings I carry in my shop, and the long sleeve bamboo tunic. Add a pop of color with a scarf, printed flats, and feel fancy free and footloose with no diaper bag to schlep around with you! (#momlife)
Or throw a faux fur vest over your all black ensemble, some gold hoop earrings and black booties if it’s just too cold for flats. Your base pieces are still the same, but your overall outfit looks totally different!
I am thisclose to 40, and I am all about being comfortable and enjoying myself while dressed up. Ain’t noone got time for being miserable, amiright?
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