Style Look Book Date Series: Casual Day

Who Said This Isn't Casual?

 

Who Said This Isn’t Casual? by colormelimitlessly

 

This is a great daytime date look.  Who says you can’t be comfortably casual and cute?

Though this look is trendy, it is pretty casual, too.  After all, it contains a denim top or chambray shirt–if you’re  fancy.  It screams bold yet casual because although each article of clothing is a statement in and of itself like say the cheetah print loafers and the bright red-orange pants, you can arrange them in a way to diverts the eyes from focusing on all three at the same time.  In the meantime, your date can focus on you (wink, wink).

[Sidebar]:  The cheetah print is an ongoing trend, it been around when my  grandmother was living, when my mother was my age, and it’s still here.  It’s always cool when someone asks me “where’d you get that top?”, because I can say that it’s from my mom’s closet without feeling weird.  Nowadays, the looks from the past are the looks for the future, and the present looks are just from yesterday’s tomorrow. 🙂

Random Tip: Tucking and untucking a shirt can turn a dressy look into a casual look in a flash. Going to the theatre – tuck! Going to the grocery shopping – untuck!  It’s the wonders of tucking.

 

 

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Style Look Book Date Series: Dreamy Date Night

Dreamy Date Night

 Dreamy Date Night by colormelimitlessly featuring a white wool coat

Glamorous purple bodycon dress / Valentino white wool coat / DV by Dolce Vita strap sandals / Rhinestone studded handbag / Citrine By The Stones purple stone jewelry / Hinged bracelet / Dressy hat

Wondering what outfit to wear on that cold winter night date? Why not show off your curves while covering up yet showing just enough skin?  Hmmm…Legs much?!  Try this winter friendly, yet fashion appropriate ensemble.   Although this season would be the best possible reason to cover up, it is better to have on just enough layers to keep you warm but also feeling comfortable and looking dreamy.  After all, no one wants to have their date tell them that you’re hot (not in the good way), it could make a possibly awkward situation all the more uncomfortable especially when you’re extremely bundled up like a eskimo in an already warm environment.  Matching a shapely and colorful bodycon dress with a warm contrasting coat (I chose white because it is daring in a sense that many still refrain from wearing it during this season), these open-toe shoes (optional) or ankle booties (steal vs. splurge) and a glamourous hat fit for a queen can help you stay warm and look fashionable. This is one of the many looks for dates in the day, night and evening that I would be posting in addition to to usual style look books.  
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