Having to select what to wear on a first date could be an uphill task for most single ladies because of course you would love to appear your best to avoid sending the wrong signals across.
Would a simple dress impress him better than a pair of denim jeans and a crop top? you may wonder.
Now relax, we’ve got about five tips that could be of great help and would make you worry less next time you wanna go out on a first date with that new guy.
Just always have it in mind that your dress and accessories on a first date really matter even without your knowledge.
1. A BEAUTIFUL DRESS:
While going on a date, especially the first, it is best to choose a simple dress. A Little Black Dress could go in this case. Avoid those ones that have lots of designs and bling blings cos there are possibilities they would get the dude distracted. It sure wouldn’t look nice if he ignores you and focuses on your dress.
2. A PAIR OF JEANS AND SNEAKERS:
If you are so confused about what to wear on a first date, then simply opt for a pair of cool jeans with a nice top and beautiful pair of sneakers.
While choosing a top, ensure you don’t go for those ones that are too revealing or too tight in order to avoid all forms of discomfort especially when you are certain you would be taking some edibles.
Whether wide-legs or straight-cut, jumpsuits look good any day any time. So for a first date, it is a great bet.
4. FASHIONABLE BLAZERS:
When going on a first date, fashionable blazers could be a good bet especially when combined with a nice pair of trousers or skirts depending on what you prefer.
5. A PAIR OF LEGGINGS AND LONG TOPS:
A pair of leggings and long tops are actually nice to wear on a first date if you really wanna save yourself the stress of having to ransack your wardrobe.
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