If You’re Going to a Restaurant, Here Are Some A+ Outfit Ideas
A meal out presents the ideal opportunity to really dress up and unearth those fancier items from the back of your wardrobe. It seems this novelty isn’t wearing thin yet, either. Just last week, I saw people wearing their fanciest frocks to eat a burger in a pub—and why not? If you want a night out of your tracksuit bottoms and are ready to dress up for dinner (or breakfast, brunch or lunch!), below I’ve listed 13 outfit ideas that feel fabulous but not too OTT for a more casual reservation.
While we’re still in winter territory and need layers to venture outside, spring outfit inspiration is already coming in thick and fast on Instagram. Keep scrolling for some restaurant-ready outfits to try for your next meal out, whether you’re going to Wagamama or The Ivy.
Take the stress out of getting dressed—and keep all eyes on the blazer—by wearing a double-breasted style done up.
A cool-girl styling tip is to wear a cardigan as a top. And we all know a slinky slip skirt will take any outfit into dressy territory.
Because a bold sandal can take any classic black outfit up a notch. You could even try a bright ankle boot.
Layers are often essential for evening looks so keep them classic, chic and tonal for the win.
Jeans and a nice top will always do the trick. Need further proof? Just take a look at Marianne.
The ultimate brunch look, this one is all about the accessories. And trust us—loafers worn with socks is a whole vibe.
A round-the-clock look that’ll never fail in the outfit department. Let knee-high boots take your favourite midi skirt to new heights.
Pyjamas you can also wear outside of the house are basically an essential. And when combined with oversized tailoring, it gives them that certain je ne sais quoi.
Not just for party season, sequins can work all year round when mixed with more casual pieces like denim.