Picking out a date night look is hard enough. Add chilly weather into that equation and the difficulty level of getting dressed goes up significantly. But it doesn’t have to. The season of sexy sundresses and crop tops may be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t put together winter date outfits that are cold weather-appropriate and cute.
Whether you’re heading out for a romantic dinner, grabbing cocktails at a bar or hitting a holiday party, you don’t need to freeze to get your flirty on. All it takes is a little creative styling to prep the perfect winter date outfit. That means layering in rich textures like leather, faux fur, suede and more — and having a decent supply of stylish boots on hand, er, foot. You may not be able to show as much skin as you do in summer, but you’ll still look just as hot.
Ahead, we’ve curated a few easy, no-fail winter date outfits guaranteed to send your significant other’s heart racing. Shop them ahead and get ready for things to heat up. We bid farewell to screen legends, music icons, and acclaimed figures in the world of art, journalism, and politics in 2018. From “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin to “Maverick” Senator John McCain, the list of famous faces is diverse and their contributions are immense. Among the departed are Marvel comics legend Stan Lee, House of Cards Emmy-winner Reg E. Cathey, rapper Craig Mack, fashion designer Kate Spade, celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, and many more.
Join us as we take a look at these artists’ early works — Did you know Chicago Fire star DuShon Monique Brown worked as a school counselor and actor John Gavin served in the Korean war? We’ll reflect on their history-making performances, discuss the circumstances surrounding their deaths, and hear what their colleagues had to say about their loss and about the legacies they’ve left behind.
The circumstances surrounding these stars’ deaths are diverse, and tragically, some took their own lives. If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Here are the stars we’ve said goodbye to this year.