Things You Should NOT Wear On A First Date

Time to get out there and mingle. Here are things you should NOT wear on a first date – it just might ruin all chances you have at making a good impression!

1. Don’t wear anything you need to wash, but haven’t yet

In your hamper? Wore that shirt that a few times this week? Leave it. If it’s dirty, there isn’t any point of wearing it. Wear something fresh and make a good impression.

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2. Don’t overdress, but don’t underdress

Going to see a movie? Don’t wear your fanciest outfit. But, if your going to a nice restaurant, you don’t want to show up in leggings.

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3. Anything you would wear to the gym is out of the question

If it can handle sweat, it can’t handle the date.

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4. Risks aren’t worth it

Don’t try that new dress you recently bought. It might be the incorrect size, better hope it doesn’t rip!

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5. Don’t wear something without trying it first

Don’t choose something last minute and throw it on. You mind end up regretting it.

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6. Don’t dress too comfortably

If you sleep in it, it probably wouldn’t look good on your first date.

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7. Don’t dress for your date, dress for yourself

Always be yourself and dress for yourself! Don’t try to impress someone without being yourself.

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What are some other things you should NOT wear on a first date? Comment below!
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Nikki Tootoonchian is a young, vibrant, and creative woman who is currently after her English major at Carleton University. She is an avid fan of writing including poetry, script and story writing, and lyrics. Her influences include Charles Simic, Edgar Allan Poe, and Lewis Caroll. She spends her spare time playing the drums, watching horror films, and reading Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. She aspires to become a more serious writer and to encourage others to pursue the arts in the near future.