| WEARING | Double-breasted coat c/o Reiss, Waistcoat c/o Ted Baker, Brooks Brothers Black Fleece shirt, J.Crew pants and belt, The Tie Bar tie, Timex watch, Wingtip dress boots c/o Allen Edmonds | PHOTOGRAPHY | by Rob McIver Photo

Flowers, chocolates, and jewelry are all great gifts for that special someone on Valentine’s Day. But anyone can do that. To really impress her, put together a dapper and elegant look for a memorable night on the town.

Valentine's Day Style - He Spoke Style

On Monday, I mentioned that I wasn’t too big on trying to force a holiday-specific color into a holiday outfit. However, that doesn’t mean I’m complete against it. A small red accent can be the perfect finishing touch to your Valentine’s Day outfit.

Keep the rest simple and classic. Experiment with separates, like a nice wool trouser paired with a subtly patterned waistcoat.

And don’t forget to pay attention to your footwear. Ask most women what they first notice about a guy and they’ll tell you, “his shoes.” A leather dress boot, like my favorite pair from Allen Edmonds, is a great option that’s sure to set you apart.

Valentine's Day Style - He Spoke Style

Valentine's Day Style - He Spoke Style

Do you have a big date tomorrow night? What will you be wearing?

Thanks, as always, for reading. And Happy Valentine’s Day!

Stylishly Yours,

He Spoke Style


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