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Dating and style are two things that seem to be inseparable in a way. People will go against all odds to look magnificent on their first date, and ofcourse perfect looks go hand in hand with fashion, style and design. Does style have anything to do with love anyway?

Dating and style are two things that seem to be inseparable in a way. People will go against all odds to look magnificent on their first date, and ofcourse perfect looks go hand in hand with fashion, style and design. Does style have anything to do with love anyway?

And is the dress code one of the qualities of choosing a partner? Find out what Society Facebook Fans think.

How would you dress up for a first date? How do you expect her/him to dress up?

Gil Low: I would probably dress the same way I usually do and be myself. Not pretend to dress up. You don’t have to show that you’ve been working so hard for the date.

William Mwesigwa: To me, anything can work.As for my date, I prefer revealing dresses. I need to see some bit of her great boobs, some shinning legs…..some features. The way she wears avails me with info on whether she is contemporary or old school.

Assumpta Muganwa: Anything smart and casual can work for both sides.

Gisa Shyaka: I would go with anything, after all dressing doesn’t matter to me. The way people carry themselves on the first date can even make the ugliest dress beautiful or a worth-it outfit fake.

Joy Ngabire Plez: Since prevention is better than cure, the first sight matters a lot. I would put on a short black dress, it says it all.

Florence Nalumansi: I would dress up depending on the venue. If it’s a club, a mini can do but if it’s a public restaurant, white pants are better. Right attire, at the right time.

Dan Muhire Kwizera: I would go with a descent lady. One that I will feel comfortable spending the evening with without all eyes being on her.

Racheal Mbabazi Muhumuza: Right attire at the right time.

Elliot Newton Agaba: It’s the inside that matters. Instead of being confused with how she is dressingup, I would rather see her natural and not so dressed to kill. The way I would as well wear.

Warren Rukiidi: Shorts for me and a mini skirt for her drives the message home.

Olivier Lee Ndayisaba: See, it all depends on the venue. Movie, dinner, lunch at the park…..it’s never the same attire. But generally casual does it, you don’t want to exaggerate.

Anthony Kasagga: A fitting suit for me and a pink long dress {no bra} for her.

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