Stuck on what to wear this Valentine’s Day? Your favourite romantic comedy might just be the answer to all your problems. To get inspired for the season of love, we took a look back at some of the films that make us feel all warm and fuzzy inside and discovered quite a few outfits we’d love to wear ourselves. From The Notebook to Crazy Rich Asians, these are the looks we want to recreate this Valentine’s Day 2020…
- Valentine’s Day
Can you believe this star-studded film is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this year? Good thing cardigan tops, slip skirts and mules are our favourite things right now. Plus, tote bags are officially back in style as well and they’re perfect for carrying love notes or Valentine’s chocolates…
- How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
Andie Anderson’s (Kate Hudson) yellow gown is simple, yet so effortlessly elegant that is proves that sometimes less really is more. If you don’t have a ball to attend, opt for this midi-length slip dress that’s easy to dress up or down. A pair of strappy heels and some earrings are all you need…
- The Notebook
Sail off in this light blue Prairie dress and make all your dreams come true. Pair it with black boots for a laid-back day-to-day look or quilted mules for a special occasion. A pearl necklace might feel a bit dated, so how about going for this super chic pearl mini bag instead?
- Notting Hill
Could this look be any more on trend? Add ‘90s accessories to a seemingly simple outfit and you’ll strut the streets like Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) in no time. A pair of black micro glasses, a beret and a shoulder bag will be your best friends.
- Crazy Rich Asians
Think pink like the ever-stylish Astrid Leong-Teo (Gemma Chan) in Crazy Rich Asians and opt for a structured midi dress in a soft rose tone. Complete the look with some accessories that have luxe appeal like a pair of cat-eye sunglasses, a boxy mini bag or metallic mules.