Date & Ensemble Ideas To Consider This Valentines Day

Written by Arielle Faeldan | February 7, 2020

Valentine’s day is one of the most romantic holidays. It’s a day of celebrating love and happiness. To make it memorable, it sometimes requires a little bit of planning. It could get stressful finding the perfect gift and planning the perfect date, so we composed a guide to make your life easier. Keep on reading to explore some creative date and outfit ideas!

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Mini Golfing 

Kick Putt and get reday to PAR-TEE
Kick PUTT and get ready to PAR-TEE

A super casual and relaxing date idea is mini-golfing! It is a fun activity that will add a little competition and excitement to your date. The loser could buy the winner a drink or pay dinner!

Outfit idea: Wear a Red Deep V Black Knitted Bodysuit, with some oversized cargo pants, and top it off with a jean jacket. To add to the look, wear the Merc sunglasses from IVI Vision.

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Red V Black Knitted bodysuit
Oversized Cargo Pants
Jean Jacket
Merc sunglasses


Day Dates are the new black
Day Dates are the new black

A picnic is romantic as it gets. Head to a park for a picnic with some sandwiches, cheese, crackers, and fruits! You can make your significant other feel extra special by making the food by yourself, they will definitely taste the love! Don’t forget to bring a blanket to sit on and IVI sunglasses to block out the sun.

Outfit idea: Wear a Floral Romper, pair it with a Black Teddy Trucker Jacket, top it off with black chunky combat boots and a pair of IVI’s Daggerwing sunglasses.

Weekend Getaway = Camping 

Take your loved one on a camping trip to the National Park, the National Forest, or a Tranquil State Park Campsite. A weekend getaway is an ultimate way to spend quality time with your significant other. Enjoy the scenery, snuggle by the campfire, and play some gentle music!

Outfit idea: Wear a Full-zip Fleece Sweatshirt, Comfortable Joggers, and Dusky sunglasses.

camping and clothing style
“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.” — John Muir.

Home Cooked Dinner Date

As much as you’d prefer to have superbly prepared dinner for Valentine’s Day, take our word for it and opt-out. Skip the overpriced prix-fixe menu, packed dining rooms with tables for four split into two-tops, and delayed service due to overwhelmed and overworked servers and kitchen staff. Take it from celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey: “Valentine’s Day is the worst day of the year to go out,” he told Town & Country magazine. “Busy kitchens with tons of diners means you don’t get the true feeling of the restaurant.” Instead, have a romantic dinner in your humble abode. Light candles, dress up and go all out. Regardless of location – this experience will surely be more intimate and meaningful.

Outfit Idea: Whether you are looking to spice things up this Valentine’s Day, the thought that you’ll be in your safe space… aka your home – there’s truly no pressure on appearance. Dress to the nines or cozy sleepwear, all that matters is you’re spending the evening with your partner.



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