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Style Guide: 7 Spring Date Night Outfit Ideas

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Dating in 2019 can be a doozy. From swiping right to getting catfished, trying to find your soulmate may be harder than keeping 45 from tweeting us into a war. I speak from experience.


I was in a relationship with the same human for ten years. Yes, a whole ass decade! I met him when I was 18 and now that we aren't together, I am blown away by what it means to be on the dating scene. Apparently, there are rules for dating in 2019. By rules I mean people are just winging it. Every now and then, you see beautiful couples that inspire you to truly put yourself out there. Couples like Daniele and Michel give me such hope.

Not only are they adorable, but they are also fly af.

Because the social dynamic of dating is already complicated, we want to simplify one thing for you: your outfit. We know you want to impress potential bae with your getup, so here are seven looks that will most definitely leave them wanting more.

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Courtesy of Daniele and Michel

A classic off-the-shoulder top and ripped jeans always provide a sultry and sexy look. These pumps are also a win because they pair nicely with the light denim.

Featured image courtesy of Daniele and Michel

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