This doesn’t have to be anything bold or garish but subtle hints as to your overall style might just help to get the conversation flowing.If all else fails, though, Dutch courage goes a heck of a long way. Less is more Just like most of the finer things in life, less is more when it comes to fashion.Reaching for your tattered pair of jeans and faded t-shirt isn’t going to do you any favours. Choose carefully Being fashionable is all well and good; however, if you are teetering along in nine-inch heels at a roller disco or wearing converse to the theatre, securing that second date is becoming less and less likely. If your meeting place is a new restaurant or bar, research the venue’s style so you can dress accordingly.Make an effort; show your date you care what he or she may think. If it’s a surprise spot, procure as much information out of your date as you possibly can.It’s not so much what label or what trend, but that they fit well, and what state your clothes are in.People look more confident and more put together in clothes that fit them.
Personal style is branding: What you wear does determine the type of person that you’re going to attract.It’s natural; you want to look good, feel good and leave a lasting (positive) impression.Perhaps, if you’re really lucky, you’ll even secure that elusive second date that currently hangs in the balance.If you are anything like the majority of daters, a foray of nerves and butterflies are more than likely to occur.
Avoid adding to this by leaving everything to the last minute.
However, in our fashion-forward world where dresses formed from meat carcasses are apparently an acceptable occurrence, it is easy to see how the rest of us got confused.