You've done the hard work online and your profile is looking great and yes..... it's worked - you've got a date lined up. But now there's another problem - what to wear? And this is important - you're communicating non verbally to your date how you feel about yourself and how important the date is to you. It shows respect to the other person to dress well. Here's my guide on what to wear for dating with 3 outfits suitable for various occasions:
Come on down and visit myself and dating industry experts at the UK Dating Fair for #NationalSinglesDay on 11th March 2017. Seminars, workshops, complimentary profile shots and loads of prizes including my Styling Package for Singles. Book your ticket here today!
The London Dating Club was introduced to me by Jon Sheard who I met recently. We chatted about our respective services to help men, and realised that dating & feeling good about how you look go hand in hand, a bit like err.....love & marriage?! So I asked him to do a Q&A with me, to tell you about the superb service The London Dating Club offers.
I've put together a capsule "dating wardrobe" as it's important to look good for your date, and it helps give you the confidence you need too. So, over the next 2 weeks in the run up to Valentine's Day, I'll be posting the outfits I made up from the pieces below. There's 20 outfits in all, ranging from Casual to Smart.
When on the dating scene, you'll need a variety of clothing for your dates - not just for going out to bars and restaurants, but outfits suitable for walks in the park, wandering round galleries and casual coffee dates too. It's easy to look great in a suit, but can almost be harder to look good whilst dressing casually, and lots of guys struggle with the smart/casual dress code. The "Dating Pitstop" Shop will help you achieve this. Plus read "5 Tips on Getting into the Dating Zone" by George Pirintzi.