Dating teaching

How to dress for a first date?

Many relationships are based on a series of first impressions, and the first date is the prime opportunity to create a stronger connection with the other person. While it’s not absolute, there are certain ways to dress that will help you impress someone on a first date.

Part 1 Male

1.Dress appropriately for the occasion. How formally you dress depends on where you’re going. If you are going to a fancy dinner party, wear dark slacks and a button-down shirt. When the weather is cold, add a well-made sweater. If you’re going to a casual movie, wear a nice pair of jeans and a shirt that’s a little more embellished than what you normally wear. You may not need to wear a tuxedo or suit on a first date, but don’t wear the same outfit you wore at home on a weekend morning. Remember: you need to dress as formally as your date. If you’re not sure, ask what the person plans to wear.

  • Make sure your clothes are freshly washed. Wearing dirty clothes and putting on some cologne or deodorant in a pinch may be okay, but the purpose of a date is to get close and get to know each other. It’s best not to risk wearing dirty clothes.
  • Don’t forget the shoes. If you’re more formal, make sure you have a pair of black or dark brown leather shoes to go with the outfit. For a casual date, wear a nice pair of shoes or clean sneakers. Clean LACES and a wet paper towel can make your sneakers look more date-ready.

2.Highlight your best features. Know that wearing clothes that accentuate your strengths can make you more confident on a date.

  • Pay attention to collocation. Clothes that are too tight look weird, too loose and sloppy, as if you don’t take your date seriously. Better find a dress that fits. Make sure your trousers are fitted around the waist — big enough to fit three fingers, but no fatter — and that the bottom falls just below the ankle. The shirt should be longer than the waist, but no longer than the hips. If your clothes don’t fit, consider asking a tailor to change them for you, as simple changes are usually cheaper.
  • Find the color that suits you. When you choose a shirt, choose a color that suits your skin tone. If you want to bring out your blue or green eyes, you can try a darker cool tone, such as rock gray or navy blue. To bring out brown or hazel eyes, try a bright, warm color like maroon or off-white. If you’re worried about your skin and want to cover it up with clothing colors, avoid bright red or white — these colors can make red spots on the skin more visible.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Most people don’t stand in front of a mirror all day, so you may not know what looks good on you. Ask a friend who you think has good taste to help you pick something out — he or she may have noticed how good you look in something. If you want to go shopping, you can ask the friendly shopping guides for help. Most of them are very willing to help others pick out the right clothes and they are also very experienced.

3.Pay attention to hygiene. On a first date, you need to pay more attention to your personal hygiene than usual. A clean, well-groomed appearance will make you more confident and attractive.

  • Shower and shave before you get dressed. If you have facial hair, trim it well and make sure the edges are neat.
  • Trim your facial hair. You don’t have to trim your eyebrows carefully, but you should use small tweezers to remove the unibrow around your nose, not the one above the inner corner of your eye. If you have relatively long hair around your nose, you can go to the drugstore and buy a small, inexpensive repair device.
  • Brush your teeth and floss. After you have brushed your teeth, gently scrape your tongue with the toothbrush. Then floss each tooth. This is especially important if you wear orthotics – you don’t want to be seen with food debris in your teeth on the first date. Finish with a gargle.
  • Trim your nails. Cut as far as you can (cut off all the white parts). If your knuckles are rough, apply some body lotion.
  • Style your hair. Apply something — gel, mousse, shaper, pomade — to make your hair look shiny and soft. But not too much, or it will look greasy. A coin-sized amount is enough. If you are going to cut your hair before your date, it is best to go 3-4 days before so that you don’t have broken hair on your ears and neck.
  • Wear cologne and body spray. It’s best to spray a little, not too much. For cologne, two spritz is enough; Three sprays of body spray Max. You want to smell good, but don’t overdo it. Remember, your nose gets used to the way you smell and stops sending messages to your brain. Just because you can’t smell it doesn’t mean your date can’t.

4.Complete the costume. If you’re going out at night, or if it’s cold, bring a jacket – even if you don’t need it, you can offer it to your date in a friendly way. Bring a purse, lip balm, mints, whatever you need.

Part 2 Women

1.Dress appropriately for the occasion. How formally you dress depends on where you’re going. If you are going to a fancy dinner party, wear a skirt, long skirt or slacks with a nice blouse. If you’re going to a casual movie, wear a nice pair of jeans and a shirt that’s a little more embellished than what you normally wear. Remember: you need to dress as formally as your date. If you’re not sure, ask what the person plans to wear.

  • Make sure your clothes are freshly washed. Wearing dirty clothes and putting on some perfume or deodorant in a pinch may be okay, but the purpose of a date is to get close and get to know each other. It’s best not to risk wearing dirty clothes.
  • Don’t forget the shoes. If you’re more formal, wear high heels or nice flats. For a casual date, wear boots or sneakers. Clean LACES and a wet paper towel can make your sneakers look more date-ready.

2.Highlight your best features. Know that wearing clothes that accentuate your strengths can make you more confident on a date.

  • Pay attention to collocation. Clothes that are too tight look weird, too loose and sloppy, as if you don’t take your date seriously. Better find a dress that fits. Make sure your pants or skirt are fitted around the waist — big enough to fit three fingers, but no bigger — and the bottom of your jeans or slacks should fall just below the ankle. The length of the shirt should exceed the waist, but not exceed the hips; The collar should be cut properly, and it is comfortable to wear, and there is no need to pull it often. If your clothes don’t fit, consider asking a tailor to change them for you, as simple changes are usually cheaper.
  • Find the color that suits you. When you choose a shirt, choose a color that suits your skin tone. If you want to bring out your blue or green eyes, you can try a darker cool tone, such as violet or dark blue. To bring out brown or hazel eyes, try a bright, warm color such as coral or off-white. If you’re worried about your skin and want to cover it up with clothing colors, avoid bright red or white — these colors can make red spots on the skin more visible.
  • Accentuate your figure. You can use the color of your clothes to accentuate your body, or to flatter it. For example, if you are pear-shaped and have a fat butt and legs, but a thin waist and arms, you can wear dark colors on the bottom and light colors on the top. Dark clothing is slimming, so if you feel fat in one area, you can cover it up with dark clothing. Light colors flatter your figure — you can use them to flatter your figure.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Most people don’t stand in front of a mirror all day, so you may not know what looks good on you. Ask a friend who you think has good taste to help you pick something out — he or she may have noticed how good you look in something. If you want to go shopping, you can ask the friendly shopping guides for help. Most of them are very willing to help others pick out the right clothes and they are also very experienced.

3.Pay attention to hygiene. On a first date, you need to pay more attention to your personal hygiene than usual. A clean, well-groomed appearance will make you more confident and attractive.

  • Shower before you get dressed. Then moisturize with a scented lotion.
  • Trim your facial hair. You don’t have to trim your eyebrows carefully, but you should use small tweezers to remove the unibrow around your nose, not the one above the inner corner of your eye. Watch for hair on your chin and lips.
  • Brush your teeth and floss. After you have brushed your teeth, gently scrape your tongue with the toothbrush. Then floss each tooth. This is especially important if you wear orthotics – you don’t want to be seen with food debris in your teeth on the first date. Finish with a gargle.
  • Trim your nails. You can either cut it all the way through (cut off all the white parts) or leave it a little longer. If you have time, apply some hand cream, nail polish, or body lotion.
  • Makeup. You can wear light or heavy makeup, depending on your personal style. Pay attention to the choice of lip gloss and eye makeup – one can be dramatic, but not both. Don’t put on too much of any makeup. You want to look like normal, only more radiant.
  • Style your hair. If you want to change your hairstyle, try it on the night before to make sure you can go out and meet people. Otherwise, just keep your normal hairstyle. You can accessorize with a cute bandana or bobby pin, or you can let your hair curl a little more than usual.
  • Wear perfume and body spray. It’s best to spray a little, not too much. For perfume, two spritzes should be enough; Three sprays of body spray Max. You want to smell good, but don’t overdo it. Remember, your nose gets used to the way you smell and stops sending messages to your brain. Just because you can’t smell it doesn’t mean your date can’t.

4.Complete the costume. Every time you put on an accessory, take a look in the mirror and then take off the next one. Remember, your date wants to see you, not 30 rings and dazzling gold earrings on your finger. If you’re going out at night, or if it’s cold, bring a jacket. Bring a purse, lip balm, mints, whatever you need.

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