Three Sexy Date-Night Outfits
Are you single and searching? Or, in a relationship but frequently go on date-nights with your man?
If your answer is yes to either of these questions then I’ve got T-H-E perfect, sexy date-night outfitS for you. But if you don’t like to show your legs then you might want to give this one a miss – sorry.
The assumption is that making an ‘effort’ and looking sexy on a first date makes you look desperate and sends off the wrong signal. But is that really true?
I personally think you ought to be mindful of how you want to be perceived A-N-D how you are perceived. These are two separate things. You want to look sexy and confident as opposed to
trashy and insecure. How anyone can get that wrong is beyond me but people do and that’s why I made my earlier point about P-E-R-C-E-P-T-I-O-N.
The location should determine your outfit. For instance, if your date is to a bowling alley, picnic or Gold Reef City then it’ll be foolish of you to
wear a short, bodycon dress with heels but if he is taking you to a 5-star restaurant then honey, bring out your Loubs and sashay in them heels.
But don’t just take my word for it, I asked a few of my male friends what they think of a woman making an effort and looking like a 10 on a date and here’s what they had to say:
What do men think of women who make an extra effort on a first date?
Male Friend 1 – “I’m here for it. I love it when a woman makes an effort with her appearance”
Male Friend 2 – “I’d appreciate the effort and think she looks after herself well”
Male Friend 3 – “The way a woman dresses has little to do with what I’m going to think. “ If she wears the shortest dress then yes, I will think she wants the ‘D’ ”.
Male Friend 4 – “I like it when a woman makes an effort. I appreciate it. But as an African male, I prefer my woman/date to be more conservative. I like the mystery factor”
Male Friend 5 – “I don’t really care, so long as she looks neat and decent”
The next time a friend tells you to dress casually for a date, you must question his/her motives.
1. Are they really your friend?
2. Do they know what they’re talking about?
3. Or, do they want you to be single and searching forever?
Obviously, there’s more to you than your outfit, but it helps. When you look good, you feel good and confident. He notices and reacts to you more positively than if you show up looking like you’re ready to hit the basketball court.
In terms of preference:
Male friend 1 and 3 prefer the blazer mini dress.
Male friend 2 prefers the stripe shift dress.
Male friend 4 and 5 prefer the high neck crotchet long-sleeve mini dress.
Dress – Missguided available on Superbalist. Heels River Island
However, the consensus from all five men is that modesty is more attractive. Male friend 3 even went as far as to say, “Don’t look like a harlot but sassy, chic, stylish with some sexiness is great”.
What’s your take on dressing up for a date?