UK Unlocking - Where To Go & What To Wear
Posted on May 28 2021
1. Museums & Galleries
After a year of persistent lockdowns spent endlessly recycling through a rotation of hoodies, joggers and house slippers, we’re taking every opportunity to dress our absolute best with open arms. With the latest round of restriction lifting, indoor dining is finally back on the menu, reintroducing the type of sophisticated dinner date that doesn’t quite manifest through al fresco dining. Of course, the overall flavour of your dinner ensemble will vary slightly depending on the venue and its corresponding dress code, but we’re favouring a dress to impress look by default. The Valentino Grey VLTN Times Technical Wool Sweater and Givenchy White 3 Av George V / 75008 Paris Shirt channel an air of refined elegance, while the exotic embossing of Givenchy’s Black Lizard Embossed Lock Ankle Boots and extravagant spike embellishments featured in Christian Louboutin’s Skypouch Black Leather Bag with Silver Spikes give the entire outfit a dramatic edge that doesn’t detract from the sophistication of the overall look.
4. Bars & Pubs
5. Sunny Vacations
OK, so we might be getting a little ahead of ourselves with this one, considering international travel isn’t freely permitted just yet. But with regards to that particular situation, we certainly seem to be heading in the right direction, and therefore we see no harm in prepping our wardrobes for that fateful day when we’re finally free to jet off to the furthest corners of the planet once again. Uninterrupted sunshine will certainly be the prerequisite for deciding on potential vacation destinations for most, so we’ve put together an outfit that both celebrates and capitalises on the best of the summer weather. The exuberant colour tones and tropical-inspired graphics of Palm Angels’ Paradise Print Bowling Shirt are perfectly emblematic of the quintessential summer holiday vibe, making this piece the undisputed centrepiece of our outfit. We’re counting down the days until we can finally board a plane again, but if you simply can wait no longer, you might even want to consider a ‘Green List’ country like Portugal (in which case outfit planning just upgraded from an afterthought to a top priority!).