Ladies, Dress Up in These Outfits on Valentine’s Day When You Go Out with Your Hubby!!
Whether you’re planning to celebrate Valentine’s Day at home with candle-light dinner or already have a booking at a romantic restaurant, ditch your everyday kurti and put on a dress and some makeup. It’s the evening of special love, itna toh banta hai! If you’re thinking, “Hmmm.. but what dress do I wear?!”, I’ve got you covered. Just pick from these trending styles and that’ll be enough to get your hubby to swoon over you.
Trending Dresses for Valentine’s Day 2019
Shopping, whether from a store or online, is time-consuming when you don’t know what you’re looking for. So, to make it easier for you, I’ve put together all the latest styles mommies are going to be wearing on Valentine’s Day.
1. A-line Maxi Dress
Another name for stunning fashion is “mix and match”. An A-line maxi dress is an attractive combination of two styles, A-line and maxi.
This outfit is fitted at the waist and flows down in the form of the alphabet A. It is also long and reaches down till the ankles, which has given this dress the name “maxi”.
2. Lace Dress
Lace is a delicate fabric with a see-through web-like pattern. It has a nice feel on the skin as this material is soft and light.
As you’ll be going on a date (with your hubby, of course!), this dress has a double benefit- you can show some skin while also leaving something to the imagination.
3. Velvet Gown
The first thing that comes to mind when you read “velvet” is surely the shine and lustre of this fabric. When velvet rubs against the skin, it makes the lady wearing it feel like a queen. No wonder, velvet is believed to be the “Fabric of Royalty”.
Velvet dresses are slightly on the pricier side, but Valentine’s day deserves it, don’t you think?
4. Sheath Dress
The sheath dress finds its place right on top of the list of trending Valentine’s day dresses. It’s a close-fitted outfit that emphasizes the waist with small tucks here and there.
You can go for floral dresses that have accentuated sleeves and are knee length.
5. Fit and Flare Dress
This is one dress that is flattering to every body type as it is fitted at the waist and flares downwards from the hips. Fit and flare dresses come in a variety of patterns like embroidered, floral and geometric.
If you don’t want to show too much skin, midi and knee-length fit and flare dresses are a better choice.
6. Spaghetti Strap Dress
Are you a free-spirited person and don’t mind exposing your bust? Then, a spaghetti strap dress is the right choice for a romantic dinner on Valentine’s day.
Also called noodle strap dress, a plunging V-neckline and adjustable shoulder straps are its main highlights.
7. Off Shoulder Dress
Have prominent shoulder bones? Then, there’s nothing to stop you from rocking the evening in an off-shoulder dress!
It leaves your shoulders bare just for your hubby and also hides your assets quite well from undesired glances.
8. Bodycon Dress
Bodycon dresses are best for all the curvy ladies out there as they don’t shape your curves yet fit well.
However, they provide less support to the body and aren’t a great choice if you’re conscious about “what others will think”.
9. Shift Dress
Well, the reason this dress is called that is because it “shifts” with you! This is (and should be!) the first go-to for the oh-so-tall ladies. Shift dresses are designed in such a way that the fabric hangs in loose, simple lines from the shoulders down to the knees or ankles.
Typically sleeveless, nowadays, bell sleeves and off-shoulder variations are also in trend.
An outfit is never complete without makeup. You can visit the salon or experiment with different eyeshadow and lipstick colours at home itself. Hair straighteners and curlers can’t be forgotten, of course. With the outfit and makeup done, all you need is some chunky jewellery to glam up your Valentine’s evening.
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