Valentine’s Day – Easy to Love. Easy to Wear.

Valentine’s Day – Easy to Love. Easy to Wear.
By Lindsay Tapscott

Show yourself some love with these FIVE pretty pieces

Yes, giving gifts to loved ones on Valentine’s Day is rewarding and fun, but we all know that the most important relationship in your life is the one you have with yourself. So, why not treat yourself for Valentine’s Day this year? You deserve it. Plus, there’s more reason than ever right now to celebrate Valentine’s Day with an indulgent night in, whether you’re coupled with someone or not, and putting on our best outfit can be an instant mood booster. So, pop a bottle of something sparkling, light a few candles and stay home in style with these love-ly looks that mark the occasion. Now’s the time to give yourself that special something you’ve had your sights––or heart––on all season, no matter what your plans are for the holiday. 

Treat Yourself on Valentine's Day with These Sympli Dresses & Tops

The Trapeze Dress

A staple in every woman’s closet, the Little Black Dress is classic, chic and a total wardrobe workhorse. Popularized by Coco Chanel in the ’20s and further defined by Christian Dior with his “New Look” collection in 1947 (nor can we forget Audrey Hepburn’s iconic look in Breakfast at Tiffany’s), an LBD never goes out of style because of all the ways you can wear it. Our fit-and-flare version features an elegant 3/-4-length sleeve and a polished high neckline for a look that feels feminine but not frilly, demure yet daring. It’s also super comfortable and practical (side pockets! & who does not love pockets?)––wear it for a dinner date at home, or for a more casual night on the couch with popcorn and a movie. 

Featured: Our Trapeze Dress, now available in short sleeve and Ocean colour for our Spring-Summer 2022 Collection. 

The Slant Keyhole Top

Blending elegance with a bit of edge, our Sympli Slant Keyhole Top is made from super-soft jersey-blend fabric and features a double-layered front, so it moves as you do while keeping you cool and comfortable all day. Its 3/4-length sleeve and angled cutout detail at the neck (which draws the eye to the collarbone) adds a romantic twist, and its rounded side slits allow you to tuck it gracefully into a pair of pants or a skirt. Wear the black or white version for a look that’s a little more classic, or make a colourful statement with the Lapis blue.  

The Go-To Sleeveless Dress

A longer, slimmer-fitting take on the LBD, our Go-To Sleeveless Dress may be designed for warmer temps but it can easily be worn over a turtleneck or paired with a cozy sweater when it’s cold. Featuring a scoop neck and a right side slit, it lands mid-calf, making it a flattering, comfortable option when you’re feeling a bit more casual. 

The Nu Cinch Top

This is the perfect top for when you want to wear something dressier than a T-shirt but keep that comfortability: the fuller, boxier shape of our Nu Cinch Top gently drapes the body while the dolman sleeve adds a graceful touch. The length and rounded hem offer enough coverage if you want to wear it loose, but also let you tuck it in should you prefer something a little tighter (we like the French Tuck, which is the front-middle part tucked in and the back left out).

The Reversible Narrow Lantern Dress

Two dresses––and, therefore, gifts––in one, the Reversible Narrow Lantern Dress can be worn as either a V-neck or a Scoop Neck depending on your mood. Its mid-calf-length tapers at the hem, which adds a subtle drape to the lower half, and it’s made from our super-soft signature jersey fabric, making it so comfortable to wear without sacrificing style. And the lapis blue colour makes it such a statement piece that we vote for wearing it all on its own.

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