Dress for the occasion
Base the formality of your attire on where you’ll be going. For an upscale dinner, wear a skirt, dress or nice slacks with a cute blouse. If you’re going to a casual movie, wear a nice pair of jeans and a slightly dressier shirt than you usually would. Remember: you want your outfit to hit about the same level of formality as what your date will be wearing.
Flatter your best features
Knowing you’re dressed in a way that puts your best look forward will help you feel. Pay attention to the fitting: too tight looks odd and too baggy looks sloppy and like you don’t care about the date. Aim for a happy medium that’s just right for your body type. Find the color that work best for you. When you’re picking out an outfit, choose shades that flatter your natural coloring. Try highlighting your body shape and always be mindful to.
Pay a little more attention to your hygiene than usual for a first date. Looking clean and appealing will help you feel confident, as well as making you more enticing to your date. Shower directly before you get dressed. Moisturize with a scented lotion afterward. Brush and floss. After you’ve brushed your teeth, put the toothbrush on your tongue and gently scrape it. Then floss around every tooth. Trim your nails, apply make-up, style your hair and then put on perfume or body spray.
Finish up your outfit
After putting on any accessories, step back from the mirror and take one item away. Remember, your date wants to see you, not your thirty cocktail rings and blinding gold earrings.