Dating Fashion Etiquette
~Looking Classy is the Key to Acting Classy~
Dating fashion etiquette is key to impressing your date,
be your first date or 50th date. For men and women alike, how
look will tell your date how you feel about them.
You have been
asked out on a date for a reason.
That other person obviously liked something about you enough to want to
share more time with you. How you dress will be a reflection of who you
are on the inside. Proper grooming is a good start to showing
confidence within yourself.
Make an Effort.
First off, show
you are happy to be going on a date with this person. Let this person
know that you want to be there by making sure your clothing and dress
put-together. Match them
It is not good to show up on a date in a modge-podge of colors and
styles that obviously do not look good together.
Keep it Modest.
This is just plain and simple good dating fashion etiquette. Dress in a manner that shows you
truly care about yourself
Avoid styles that are too revealing and too tight. Clothes that are
that modest in cut and style will bring an air of comfort and
confidence to the date.
Fresh & Clean.
When you are getting ready,
wash and iron your
is great dating advice for men and women alike. You do not want to be
out with your date and they are constantly staring at a stain or a mess
of wrinkles on your clothes. You want them to be focused on you not a
fashion faux pas.
Less is More.
Keep the accessories simple
The more you put on the more you will have to worry about. Your bling
should not be what draws attention to who you are. A simple necklace,
earrings, bracelet or ring will do. Along those lines, do not
overpower your date with the scent you have chosen for the evening.
Keep it subtle
Dress For the Type of Date You Will Be Going On.
is appropriate dating etiquette to ask where you will be going. This
way you will know what type of outfit to wear. If the date is to be a
surprise, it is still appropriate to ask what you should wear. You
don't want to show up for a date of laser tag wearing a skirt and
heals. Dating fashion etiquette and common sense show that formal dates require different
clothing style than casual dates
But not too comfortable. Showing up to a date dressed like you have
given up on life (like George Costanza on Seinfeld) is NOT
appropriate. Make sure that you can wear your clothes without constant
tugging, adjusting or worrying. It is possible to be classy and
Wearing nice looking shoes is vital to
impressing your date. Your date will make certain assumptions about you
by looking at your shoes. Clean and polished shoes are the best way to
show you are a confident, put-together person. It really doesn't matter
if what you are doing on your date calls for tennis shoes, flip-flops
or dress shoes...make
sure they look nice
If you feel that you need to purchase a new set of clothes and shoes
for an upcoming date, be sure to wear
them prior to your date
While your clothes and/or shoes may have looked and felt fabulous in
the store, they may not be that fabulous on a date. You want your first
date conversations not to be on the subject of blistered feet.
etiquette is as simple as you make it. Looking classy is about keeping
it simple, modest, clean and neat. You will be happier on your date by
following this advice. Your date will be happier too, because you took the time to look good