Fredericksburg Parent

August 2018

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10 Fredericksburg Parent and Family •August 2018 Ahh , those beautiful and sometimes rare moments when you have a free night, a baby sitter and a date! A trifecta of joy. So, you get yourself ready for an evening out, do your hair, makeup, maybe even shave… but, hold on, what do you wear? This is me every time. And, while some people consider the venue when deciding on an outfit, that's not usually my first thought. I typically choose what I feel my absolute best in, and it's usually something that might be a bit much for daytime wear. Besides, what better time is there to be fabulous and a little extra? It's your night, so turn it up with these wardrobe essentials for your next date night. LITTLE BLACK DRESSES. Perfect option for versatility. Casually style it with a jean jacket and sandals. Be a bit fancy and extra by wearing heels and statement jewelry, maybe even a fabulous clutch! ROMPERS. An easy option to dress up or down. Rompers are easier to wear if you want something short and leggy. Pair them with sandals or heels to change the look. FAUX LEATHER. Looking for something edgy and chic? Faux leather is both. Try a skirt, or faux leather leggings. Tart, Spanx and Hue all make great faux leather leggings. DRAMATIC SKIRTS. Drama is acceptable when it's style! Try a sequin skirt, or one with a little volume to really light up the night. If your skirt has volume, make sure your top is fitted. I almost always tuck in or tie my tops up when wearing a puffier skirt. This tutu skirt is by Aqua, Express top, Aldo clutch, Colin Stuart heels. WRITTEN BY LORRAINE SERBINSKI rain in style Turn Up the Heat for Date Nights LBD Go for faux leather. This skirt is by Tobi, heels are Dolce Vita and clutch by Stella &Dot Add drama with a tutu skirt. Perfect for a flirty and fun date. Find this one on Amazon. Faux Leather Dramatic Skirts Steve Madden heels. when wearing a puffier skirt.

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