Here it is, the outfit I wore in my What NOT to Wear to the beach blog post. This time it’s all about what not to wear to the romantic date on the beach. After all this sand in my sandals and the feeling, why the hell did you have to drag me here, knowing I’m wearing this beautiful silk dress and my favourite sandals. Plus have my hair done. Surely, you could have told me before.
I can’t believe I ended up wearing sandals on the beach twice in the row. After I almost twisted my ankle walking in the heels on the rocky beach after the night of clubbing I swore I would never wear heels to the beach. Any beach. But I swore too soon because a day after my friend took me to a romantic date on the beach.
As romantic as it could be as I had to remove the sand off my sandals all the time. Until I finally had enough and asked him to carry me back to the car. If only he had told me before he is planning something special on the sand, or at least brought a pair of beach appropriate shoes for me.
The thing is that I was sure he would take me to the fanciest restaurant by the beach, with a smart causal dress code. So I dressed appropriately for a date in that restaurant. I certainly didn’t expect him to be so romantic to plan a romantic date at sunset on the beach.
In short, I did it almost all wrong. While this asymmetric silk dress was a great choice to wear to any romantic summer date, either to the restaurant (thanks to the silk) or to the beach (thanks to the shape and floral print), my shoes and hair were not on point for this date. Not to say anything more I looked over dressed.
But lesson learned. And now is up to me to give you a lesson, too, so you won’t make the same mistake as I did. And show you some other more beach appropriate outfits you could wear to the romantic date at sunset on the beach. READ MORE ON brunettefromwallstreet.com/not-wear-beach-date/
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