What to Wear: Weekend Date

You’re excited about the date you have planned for this weekend, but those butterflies you feel in your stomach aren’t all fueled by your excitement, but also worry about what to wear. Whether it’s a night on the town, or a casual daytime date, don’t fret–we’ve got you covered! This simple style guide will help you find the inspiration you need to put together pieces that will make your date swoon.

Dinner, drinks and stimulating conversation are on the menu this Friday or Saturday night. Leave a little to the imagination in a figure flattering peplum top and jacket paired with a knee length printed pencil skirt that will show just enough skin. The lively pop of emerald will put a little pep in your step, while the height of the heel adds length to your legs. (Unbroken Chain Earrings)

He loves fresh organic produce, and the farmer’s market happens to be one of your favorite places–why not experience it together on your first date? A comfortable sleeveless denim top and a pair of cropped lime pants are the perfect combination for an outing of this type. Your practical tote-bag is perfect for stashing your market finds and cute flats make the stroll to the nearest park a breeze. He probably won’t be focused on your clothing, but you’ll feel comfortable and confident. Enjoy each others company, and your impromptu picnic–just don’t forget the blanket! (Sodalite Cluster Bracelet)

Sunday brunch attire generally depends on the restaurant you choose, but you can usually count on the attire being somewhere between casual and somewhat dressy. I love this outfit because while it has a laid back feel with natural accessory accents, trendy prints and spring palette; the pants have a tailored look and bring polish to the entire outfit. The breezy top is very forgiving and the flat sandals in studded leopard show off your fresh pedicure. (Arc Earrings)

What was your best date experience and what did you wear? Share below!

For a list of items, check out: Weekend Date Outfits

Photo: For Harriet

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