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WHAT TO WEAR: Date Night

April 3rd, 2015 at 2:00am

Dates can be a very scary thing. Maybe even scarier than watching a horror movie all by yourself. You’re never really sure what to expect, but you are still very excited. Besides wanting to maybe vomit up all your insides and you’re constantly thinking of wondering what will happen next, one thing you are probably worried about is what to wear to such an occasion.

Luckily for us, this Fashionista has us covered. When going on a date, the most important thing of all things is to be yourself and to let the other person know that you, indeed, rock. This Fashionista’s ensemble makes her shine. How does she do this? Well, she does this with, of course, a cute flower embroidered dress. One can never go wrong when wearing a dress; they are a great way to feel fun and flirty but still give you the confidence to be yourself. This Fashionista’s dress is the perfect example of how to keep it simple without going too over the top while still look flattering. You don’t have to wear a super fancy dress or a bright color to make you stand out—you can let your personality do that!

The flower embroidered detail and the black and white combination creates a romantic and classy look. She also decides to pair her dress up with some black tights and high-top booties. This is another alternative to wearing your typical heel or just showing off your legs, and it’s a perfect way to feel more comfortable. We also can’t forget this Fashionista’s awesome jewelry. Adding jewelry to your outfit is a fun way to show off your personality and that you like the small details. It is also an excuse for your crush to wonder about some of your pieces and build up a conversation. They do say, “It’s all in the details.”

So have no fear! Your date will be falling head over heels for you, and all you have to do is be yourself. Now, isn’t that quite magical?

One Simple Change: Your date decides to take you for a walk at the beach, but it’s cold outside. Bring along a denim jacket, and use it as a layer to keep yourself warm.