Style Guide: What to Wear to Wine Bars
You hear a couple of new wine bars have just opened in town, and you can’t wait to try them out! You text a couple of friends to see if they want to join you. One's busy, but the other is more than willing! You’ve checked out the wine bars' websites and one looks rustic and elegant inside – old wine bottles repurposed into chic pendant lights, granite counters, cozy seating. The second place looks nice, but not as inviting. The first one it is! You’re excited whenever you hear about new wine bars in the area, especially those with a good ambiance. Hopefully this will be your new favorite hang out spot! The only question is: what to wear? No worries - I’ve got you covered!
Stand out in a wine-colored v-neck cami with complementing v-shape hem and a sleek pair of dark-wash straight-leg or skinny jeans. Personally, I’m a curvy girl so I find the straight-leg style to be more figure-flattering. But you do you. Top it off with a caramel-colored, irregular hem trench coat with soft, feminine lapels. Pair your outfit with classic black pumps and a fringe suede bag. Make a statement with beautiful wine-inspired jewelry like a lightweight wine cork necklace embellished with Swarovski crystals, a matching cork bracelet, and dangling crystal earrings. What's more natural than wearing wine jewelry to wine bars? It makes a great conversation piece – your friends won’t believe your jewelry is actually made from cork!
Now you’re all dressed and ready – next step, off to the wine bars for a tasting! Cheers!
Shop the look:
1) Khaki Irregular Hem Button Details Lapel Collar Trench Coat, Yoins; 2) Burgundy Suedette V-neck Cross Front Cami Top, Choies; 3) Scroll Chain Earrings, Sparkling Vine; 4) Burgundy Medallion Necklace, Sparkling Vine; 5) Burgundy Medallion Bracelet, Sparkling Vine; 6) Raw Hem Straight Leg Jeans, Topshop; 7) Esme 85 Suede Pumps, Jimmy Choo; 8) Industry Fringe Suede Bucket Bag, Loeffler Randall