You may not be able to grab drinks on a patio or pack a picnic for the beach anymore (unless you live in perfect warm sunshine year round, in which case, carry on), but the fall and winter months have plenty of great date options of their own. Turn coffee dates into a series of taste-tests, comparing coffee shops’ fall-favorite lattes. Or, for the less athletically inclined, throw a viewing party together. Or plan a romantic night in for two, complete with s’mores made in the fireplace. Indulge in seasonal ingredients and hearty, cozy meals. Host a wine and cheese party, or spend a romantic afternoon together sipping wine at a winery.
I can walk for miles with these things — in the snow, even — and I never feel miserable, not even after a date gone awry. My friend Daisy Milliner realized that my number was so much warmer than her wool overcoat that she got herself a very attractive belted down jacket at Uniqlo for under $200 — and they've got a number of down-filled options for less than $100 on their site.
This is another item that, like a good pair of black boots, will never go out of style.
When the chill drives you inside, take in a little culture at theaters, concerts, art galleries, and museums.
Stroll through a farmer’s market, take a cooking class together, or take turns cooking for each other on date night.
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Dating in the winter months might not seem as attractive as dating in summer, but trust me …
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By Reed Alexander Elon Musk and Amber Heard are driving off into the sunset — just, not together.
We’ve turned to the experts to learn the do’s and don’ts of dressing for a first date. One rule to rule them all is: never reveal both legs and bust—you must leave something to the imagination.
If you’ve got curves to kill up top, go with a dainty blouse and maybe some dark skinny jeans.
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