Got something romantic planned on Valentine’s Day? But not a huge fan of an uncomfortable outfit of tight clothes and high heels and anything with too much frills?
Kathryn Bernardo and Gabbi Garcia know the answer: comfortable footwear.
Whether it’s for movie and dinner date, Valentine’s Day at a theme park, or just a day of walking in parks and museums, a comfortable—but take note, stylish—footwear can take you anywhere. After all, no one wants a date who gets cranky a few hours after walking in those sky-high heels.
Movie and dinner date
Nothing says Valentine’s Day more than popping red sneakers. Wear an oversized jacket or parka in moss green like Kathryn to keep you warm when the cinema gets cold or a red jacket over a white shirt and shorts like Gabbi.
In Kath and Gabbi: Keds Champion in red
A day in the museum
Whether it’s an art, history, or a quirky museum, a shirt and pleated skirt ensemble will always be appropriate. It also allows you to move freely from one gallery to another. Heels go well with skirts, right? Put a little spin to the usual date night look by opting for a pair of sneakers that offers height. These platform kicks feature an additional 1.5 inches elevation.
In Gabbi: Keds Triple Up in black
Take her to brunch
Here’s a brunch date style suggestion: short dress with light prints (like the one Kathryn’s wearing) or cute blouse and boyfriend jeans paired with retro-looking kicks. This pair features a look that’s borrowed from the boys but tailor-made for the women, hence, an ideal footwear in contrast with cute dress, while complementary to the boyish boyfriend jeans.
In Kath: Crew Kick 75
February 14 is a Friday, and many couples will likely celebrate after office hours. Hit two birds with one ensemble by pairing a pastel colored blazer with a dress. Keep it casual but still office-casual-Friday appropriate by opting for a pair of chunky white sneakers. If not, just simply slip them on before you clock out.
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