Nature is healing and with that, people are going to restaurants again. But even before the term “indoor dining” meant a thing to us, a restaurant pic was a way of saying, “I enjoy the finer things in life.”
Feeling cute at dinner is almost a transcendent experience. Your Instagram feed will probably confirm this. Whether it’s a snap of someone sultrily sipping a cocktail or the classic brunch picture of a friend across the table, the right outfit, makeup, and even nails can make the experience more magical.
Paparazzi have thirstily snapped pictures of celebrities on their way to dinner because they know they’re likely to catch a fashion moment. Look no further than Rihanna’s recent style moments; Supriya Lele sheer pants on the way to her mother’s birthday dinner in New York, a Rick Owens hooded cape, and Bottega Veneta mini bag at Giorgio Baldi in Los Angeles.
Stars are taking the time to make restaurants the new runway. But so can you.
Galas and red carpets are nice (we can imagine) but going out to dinner can be the main event. Especially when gatherings are few and far between since the pandemic, any chance to be excited about going outside is a good thing.
Getting dressy for dinner is an easy way to feel like the main character. We romanticize life a little bit in the process. A dinner with a friend can be An Occasion, whether you’re honoring good food, a happy relationship, or showing off your outfit. When you look for reasons to celebrate, the reasons will appear.
A carefully planned outfit to for a restaurant is also about leaning into the ceremony and drama of breaking bread. The food is arranged thoughtfully for a photo for followers to see, a hand grasping the stem of a wine glass to just so to show off fresh nails. All the world’s a stage, feeling good in your ensemble is a nice way to play.
Main characters don’t have to wait for reasons to feel special. The moment is now. Wear what will make you feel like a star to your dinner date. Rihanna would approve.
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