Chanel Iman's Tips for Looking Sexy this Valentine's Day

The model's secret to rocking lingerie, a fool-proof date night outfit and more.

Chanel Iman's Tips for Looking and Feeling Sexy this Valentine's
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As Valentine's Day approaches, you may be mulling over a gift for your loved one or anticipating the next step in your relationship. It's the prime time of year for romance and with that comes the desire to feel your best (read: sexiest). Channel your inner vixen with the help of Chanel Iman, whom we quickly caught up with at Mad Over You Tees' DreamYard poetry slam last week. You can count on the model—literally a professional at looking good in lingerie thanks to three years as a Victoria's Secret Angel—for advice on bringing out your allure come Valentine's Day—or any date night. Read on for our Q&A. 

What is your ideal outfit for a date?
"Well, on the first date just keep it simple—all black. Then, add something like a nice coat or a nice bag to prompt your guy to give you a compliment. On any date it is best to keep it simple and just have one really special item."

Chanel makes a case for the all-black ensemble both dressed up and casual. You can get her exact tee ($78) on the right here.
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What advice do you have for looking good in lingerie?
"When it comes to lingerie, it is all about your attitude, the way you move your body. It's just about being confident and not thinking so much."

Any special fragrance you love?
"I wear a lot, but Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle ($170)."

What do you wear when you want to feel sexy?
"That fragrance!"

What is a gift you'd love to get for Valentine's Day?
"Roses—that's not the best but it's definitely a great start." 

Former Associate Editor at StyleBistro. Willing to try any workout trend. Green beauty junkie. Fan of overdressing. Proud member of the cult of Beyoncé. Twitter/Insta: @kristinarodulfo Follow me: Google
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