14 February 2013

Kenya: What to Wear for a Valentine's Dinner Date

St. Valentine's day! A day dreaded by some and loved by many. A day when you're bound to see more red than any other day. Millions of bouquets of flowers are delivered and received, expensive chocolates and cheesy cards exchanged, extravagant gifts (though rare) are also exchanged and once in a while there's a marriage proposal made at some fancy -or maybe not so fancy- restaurant. Either way it's Valentine's day and if you are among those who have a dinner tradition, below are a few ideas of outfits you could don to look pretty for your Valentine

If you don't feel the all red vibe...you could do with red accessories

If you just want a hint of red on you, you could throw on a red skirt...perhaps?

If you celebrate Valentine's day religiously or if you are attending a dinner where you might win something if you are in all red...

Since it's a day of love, some love featuring on your outfit is very welcome. If you're not a skirts and dresses girl...you can still rock your jeans.

Maybe red is not really your color...you could wear a color that's in the red family...like burgundy.

Well, Valentine's day is a day full of love and love is a good thing so celebrate it in style.

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