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HEY LADIES! STYLE TIPS FOR GOING OUT

Getting dresses up when you’re in love or in a deep enough “like”, can be exciting and fun. Being able to look flirty and fashionable for any date night occasion can be achieved with these helpful tips.



First Date Casual:

The best thing about your first date is the excitement. Most often these dates are more casual so not a lot of work has to go into your outfit, plus you don’t want to look like you’re trying too hard. Just pair some skinny jeans or some cute cuffed boyfriend jeans with a cozy sweater. Then finish it off with your favorite ankle booties or even some dressy flats. This look is a merge of casual and a hint of dressy which makes it perfect for a first date.



Dinner Date Outfit:

Simple and chic goes a long way. The flare hem pencil skirt is flirty and a perfect piece to pair with a cute button up, a stylish spaghetti strap tank with a fashionable jacket or a fitted off-the-shoulder top. Since the pencil skirt is black, pair it with colors such as wine and olive. The Flare hem pencil skirt is high waist and form fitted so it will be flattering to your shape and show off your silhouette nicely. Finish it off with some strappy heels and a few accessories and you’re ready!





Outdoor Date Comfort: This outfit should be super comfortable, laid back but cute! So if you are going somewhere like the National Park, Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum or even a hike, whatever the case may be, denim is the answer! Pairing the open quarter sleeve top with some boyfriend jeans and ankle booties or sneakers are all you need to perfect the vibe. Dealing with the outdoors, you want to make sure you’re comfortable.


So whatever type of date you have planned, allow these tips to get your creative juices flowing. Be creative and don’t be afraid to try new pieces that you haven't worn before. Get ready to make a good impression!



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