What to Wear on a First Date

by Antonio on May 24, 2011 · 40 comments

in A Man's Life, Dress & Grooming, On Etiquette, Style


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If you’re going out on a date with a woman, dress like a man.

Dress in a manner that she understands you take her seriously, that this date could lead to the biggest commitment of your lives.  Because it just might.

Every married man can tell you that the relationship with his wife started somewhere–that there was a point when he decided to take a chance with this woman and see if they were compatible for the long run.

Note: this isn’t an article about how to dress when you’re hanging out with or meeting with a group of female friends.

The focus here is how to properly present yourself to a woman that could very well be your life partner.

If you’re confused as to the difference, read this classic AOM article:  “Stop Hanging Out With Women and Start Dating Them.”

Why dress sharp on a first date?

  1. Physical attraction matters – Simply put, women care about appearances and are drawn to healthy, attractive looking men.  Clothing covers 90% of your body–if worn correctly it can help you look better by strengthening your positive features and minimizing your less than attractive ones.
  2. Dressing sharp for another shows respect – You can’t control whether the woman you’ll be meeting will like your personality; you can, however, make a conscious decision to take the time to look your best.  She’ll be spending a lot of time making sure she is presentable and dressed for a fun time–the least you can do is return the favor.  It’s simply a matter of treating another human being as you would like to be treated.
  3. Dressing well indicates you have social skills as it makes socializing easier. – Women look at not only the way we interact with them, but the way we interact with others.  Our ability to socialize is an indicator of our ability (or inability) to negotiate in a community where resources are scarce.  When you meet her friends or family, is the impression positive?  With little else to go by, your appearance is going to play a larger role than normal.  By looking sharp and simply smiling and nodding politely, you’ll be amazed at how most people will form a positive impression.
  4. Dressing sharp puts you in the right state of mind – When you wear a uniform, whether it be for sport or work, the clothing helps you focus on the task at hand.  The same thing is true when you prepare and dress sharp for a date–from the shower and grooming to the making sure your clothing is clean and in good order, getting ready is a time for reflection on what you’re about to get yourself into.  Give yourself the time to prepare, and wear clothing you’re confident in.  You’ll find these two preparation steps get your date off on the right foot.
  5. It brings your face into focus – Wearing the right clothing keeps your date’s attention on your face.  Like a well-proportioned picture frame it shouldn’t overpower or detract from its purpose of placing you in the best light.  Avoid flashy accessories or clothing that will draw too much attention to itself–this is a date, not a fashion show .
  6. The right clothing can exaggerate healthy masculine traits – Clothing like a sports jacket can exaggerate masculine features such as square lines in the face, broad shoulders, muscular chest, smaller stomach than upper torso.  These are all things women are subconsciously attracted to– they signal a healthy level of testosterone.  Although not the sole factor a woman should choose a husband on–it’s nice to start off on the right foot.  An important point to note is that most of the time we judge attractiveness in a moving environment.  We can spot a woman from a considerable distance by the way she moves her hips as she walks–we are attracted to this.  In the same way women can spot a man based off the way he naturally moves his shoulders and arms.  This is important as you’re sending a positive message of health before your face comes into focus.
  7. Your date is sizing you up. On a first date, both parties are looking each other over, searching for clues about their date’s personality and long-term potential. You only have a few hours together, so these clues will not only come from your conversation, but your non-verbal behavior as well. It’s all well and good to say you want your date to like you for you, but how will she ever get to know you if she turns down a second date? Be sure that how you dress sends the right signals and not only shows respect but reveals your personality.

Specific Dressing Guidelines

Casual dates, especially outdoor ones, allow a relaxed outfit but not a sloppy one.  Even if you’re going to be engaged in a sporting activity, wear a respectable outfit that isn’t tattered or terribly dated. Stay away from clothes that make it seem like you didn’t put any effort into dressing–plain blue jeans or work clothes look bad, as do sweatpants or athletic pants (unless it’s a jogging date).  Dark-wash jeans in black or deep indigo strike a nice balance and can be paired with anything from a short-sleeved collared shirt to a dress shirt and sports jacket.  Tuck in your shirt (unless your date is in Ocean Beach) and match a casual leather belt with a pair of similarly colored leather shoes.  And leave the running shoes for when you are running.

Dinners dates and other evening events in an urban setting usually mean you should wear a jacket.  For evenings or events that do not require a suit, look to a blazer jacket; if you’re going to be out during the day and want something more casual, a sport jacket is always a flattering option.  And enough with the nonsense that you’ll be the only man wearing one–a jacket has time and time again been shown to help men look more masculine and authoritative. Plus, it provides ample pockets for carrying your first date supplies. If it gets too hot or you find the situation is more casual than expected, you can always discreetly take it off.

Event dates at a city theater or concert hall are a great way to ensure the clothing required is understood.  Although you’ll be dressed-up for the occasion, there is less risk your date will be turned off by your appearance.  Dust off a good suit and wear a clean, well-pressed shirt and tie.  You can always slip the tie off when you go for drinks afterwards if it seems a little too stuffy.

No matter how informal the date is, pay attention to your shoes – Whether you are wearing canvas sneakers for your walking tour around San Francisco or dress loafers for your dinner at Truluck’s in Austin–you can bet she’ll look to see what you’re wearing. Shoes say a lot about you and are one of those aforementioned clues to your personality that your date will check out. Ensure your footwear is clean, functional, and if at all possible, stylish.

Grooming Tips for a First Date

Hair – Never try something new with your hair right before a date–this advice is for the hair on your head, face, and anywhere else for that reason.  Instead, go with the grooming routine that’s worked for you; after all, she agreed to go out with you based off what she’s seen of you before. Get your hair trimmed the week before your date and use the same barber you always do.

For more on how to take care of your hair, visit these classic AOM articles:

How to Ask for the Perfect Haircut –  Your Grandfather’s Hair ProductsHairstyles for Balding Men

Cologne – Despite what the human pheromone peddlers in the back of men’s magazines may say, there is no magic cologne or scent out there that is going to have angels falling from the sky.  There are certain odors that under specific conditions can–when a woman is receptive–increase her attraction to a man.  But the factors involved are many–and you are much more likely to repel a woman if you try to manipulate this or if you come off as trying too hard.  Instead,  focus on simply being clean and if you wear anything–bay rum aftershave or a cologne–wear it very conservatively.   Think if you were close to your date in a closed room–she should at most “just” be able to smell you.  More than that and you’ll have her wanting to roll down the windows to breathe.

Grooming details – Clean fingernails, trimmed nose hairs and the tuft of hair growing on the back of your neck–take care of them.  Let me be clear–I’m not advocating a wax job on your chest hair.  I’m simply saying be well groomed and clean–these little things matter, especially if you expect her to want to get close to you.

Dressing Sharp for a Date on a Budget

You don’t have to spend a fortune to look like a million dollars.  Just look at Will over at the Houndstooth Kid for inspiration on dressing sharp on a budget.

Thrift stores and gently used secondhand clothing are options.

There’s been a bit of a revival in shopping at secondhand shops, but the deals are still there.  The key is you have to have the time to do it–expect to wade through a lot of junk before finding that one piece of clothing that makes the time spent worth it.  Also, because most men shopping at thrift stores don’t have much need for dress clothing, it’s easy to pick up a good suit coat or two for casual jackets.  Take them to the cleaners and have them altered to fit better as well.  With an adjustment to the sleeve length and a bringing in at the waist–that jacket can look better at $50 than the one you saw on sale at a department store for $500.

The time to shop for clothes is well before the date materializes. Have a couple of go-to first date outfits at the ready in your closet. When a first date opportunity presents itself, you don’t want to be running to all the thrift stores in town, scrounging for something to wear.

Ensure your clothing is interchangeable.

Classic clothing used to build a flexible men’s wardrobe is always worth spending money on over a fashion piece that only works with one other item in your wardrobe.  You’ll get more mileage out of a light blue dress shirt with a slight pattern than a bright blue one with a graphic design printed on the front.  A couple sport jackets, a few pairs of interchangeable trousers and jeans, mixed with half a dozen classic shirts can easily yield more than 50 outfit combinations.

Wear a stylish accessory.

A small stylish detail like a pocket square in your jacket breast pocket, a boutonniere on your lapel, or a quality watch on your arm can elevate your style in the eyes of a woman because it shows you pay attention to the details.   Jewelry on a man is a balancing act–I prefer pieces that have meaning to the wearer (these have the additional benefit of being potential conversation starters), but I have to admit the men here have a swagger than enables them to pull this off.

But keep in mind what we said at the outset about the importance of nonverbal clues. If something like a boutonniere isn’t true to your personality, skip it.

Know when to spend, and know when to keep the wallet closed.

Barron Cuadro does a great job breaking out his assessment of where a man should spend his limited resources and where he should skimp on his wardrobe.

Be Prepared and Be Considerate

You want to be prepared for the specific date you’re going on–unless it’s a surprise, you should know the itinerary and dress for the occasion.  If you’re hiking through a park for a picnic you’ll want a different style of clothing than you would for an evening at a nice restaurant.

And make sure your date knows the plan as well–a woman wearing heels isn’t going to be happy about your last minute decision to walk around a wet park.  It sounds obvious, but it’s not always that simple.  Taking her to a Vegas show?  If it’s the Blue Man Group, be careful as there is a reason they hand out rain suits to those sitting in the first few rows.   Trying to get into a trendy nightclub after dinner? Make sure she has a jacket or you have one to lend her if you end up waiting in line for an hour.

It’s not about whether or not she’s a good sport, it’s about you thinking of others instead of only yourself.   I haven’t met a woman yet who doesn’t appreciate a considerate man.

Finally, remember that clothes are crucial but can only get your foot in the door. Be sure to show your manners, have a sense of humor, and fill the date with engaging conversation. The funny, interesting gentleman in nondescript duds will win the day against a uncouth boor dressed to the nines.

In Conclusion

A man going on a first date should ensure he is well groomed, dressed sharp, and then he should forget about his appearance and have a great time.   The sole purpose of all this proper dressing talk is to give you the confidence to focus on the woman you’re with.

Best of luck to you.

 

{ 40 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Christina May 24, 2011 at 3:14 pm

Great post. I once went on a first date with a guy who showed up in medium wash jeans, a ratty t-shirt, and flip flops…even if the conversation had been out-of-this-world (it wasn’t) and he had taken me somewhere fun/interesting (he didn’t), his clothing and the lack of attention he paid to it would have been a major turn-off.

2 Jon May 24, 2011 at 3:45 pm

The key to dressing well is looking good without standing out. There is such a thing as over dressing. That being said, I would NOT tuck in your shirt depending on the scenario. Most young men, even when dressed well, don’t tuck in polo’s or short sleeve shirts unless you are at work. Tucking in your shirt is dressing like our 50-something fathers.

Jackets are also a point I would contest. If you are the only guy wearing one, you stick out too much. This would be good to bust out once you know the woman a little better.

Here is what I wore on my first date with my wife; a jet black button down long sleeve shirt with the sleeve’s rolled up, medium-wash jeans, and black sketchers. I looked decent, but also relaxed. A jacket would have been over-the-top.

Bottom line, dress to fit in whatever scenario you are going to be in. Women tend to be attracted to men who can dress themselves appropriately.

3 Steve May 24, 2011 at 4:40 pm

Slightly off topic, but are sports jackets/blazers becoming more acceptable these days?

A decade ago, you really didn’t see people wearing them much (at least over here in the UK), yet these days I see quite a few…usually paired with jeans and a shirt (or even a round neck t-shirt and open shirt).

Oh, and when I say “acceptable”, I suppose I just mean more common. This sort of attire would have stuck out like a sore thumb a decade or so ago and looked a bit “forced/trying too hard”.

I quite like them even though I don’t own one (I own several suits of course). They do seem like a very versatile/flexible piece of clothing.

4 Steve May 24, 2011 at 6:06 pm

And on topic (because looking at my previous post, it seems rude not to comment on the actual article itself), if you can’t be bothered making the effort to properly groom yourself and dress smartly for a first date, it does show a lack of respect for your date (and yourself IMO).

So, in full agreement with the tone of this article, you really should make the effort to show your date that she is worth your time and consideration. Otherwise, what is the point of asking her out in the first place?

5 Joshua May 24, 2011 at 7:08 pm

Dear Antonio,
Your advice here on AOM has helped me, a guy who has dressed the exact same sinse 7th grade, become a more well rounded man when it comes to dressing right. Brett did a great job when he asked you to write for AOM. Keep up the good work!

6 Kevin S. May 24, 2011 at 7:09 pm

1. Perhaps appearances shouldn’t matter, but they do.
2. Some forces are too powerful to fight; learn to use them to your advantage.

7 Don J. May 24, 2011 at 7:59 pm

Wonderful article! Plus, it couldn’t have had better timing.

8 Michael May 24, 2011 at 9:01 pm

Being dressed better than you have to be,let her know what you’re doing, open her door, and flush your cell phone down the toilet (or, leave it at home). She is the important one, not you.

9 Josh Knowles May 24, 2011 at 9:06 pm

+1 on the sport jacket

I think they are making a comeback. Far from being stuffy, I think a sport jacket is a very versatile piece of clothing. Pair it with a polo and nice jeans and suddenly you stand about from all the guys who are wearing khakis and blue plaid shirts. With a nice dress shirt and tie it can look very sharp yet not overbearing. And you can always offer it to your date if she gets cold.

I’m not sure about tucking in the shirts (with jeans anyhow). I feel I’d either look like an overgrown grade 7 kid, or a younger version of my dad. Maybe once I pass age 30…

10 RP May 24, 2011 at 9:44 pm

For my first date with my current girlfriend (2 years), I showed up at her house wearing a seersucker suit and a paisley bowtie. This is in Northern Nevada, and I’m 6’5″ — I definitely stood out, and she still says it was the most memorable first date she’s ever been on.

11 Jon May 24, 2011 at 10:32 pm

A follow up to my previous comment: the easy rule is don’t outdress or underdress your date.

Antonio, I do like the advice you are giving guys. I’ve picked up a lot of the rules on socks, and I look much better now. Keep up the great work!

12 Lee May 24, 2011 at 10:33 pm

How much should it cost to have a jacket tailored to fit you?

13 Escarondito May 25, 2011 at 9:16 am

I’ve been reading every new entry on this blog for the past several months but I must say this is a fail. With modern women the best thing to hook the woman is to make an minimal effort as needed at first. then slowly she proves herself to be worthy of your respect.

Dress only as needed to be respectable, but don’t look to impress. Also, tease her alot, and don’ really take her seriously. That always works.

14 Jason Davito May 25, 2011 at 10:09 am

I would say to always dress to impress…better over dressed then under dressed and most of all…wear your confidence. I tend to wear nice jeans and suit jacket that gets alot of compliments by the ladies. Choose a suit jacket that is not too formal. Double-breasted, satin-detailed suit jackets will not work with jeans, because they look too formal. Casual twill, tweed and linen suit jackets work best with jeans.

I appreciate the advice in your articles! If you guys like some more good reads check out the articles on Men Lifestyles Magazine

15 Brandon May 25, 2011 at 10:42 am

Similiar article on my site that’s more for dressing for interviews. Same principles apply-

1) Better to overdress than underdress
2) Be professional and not a slob
3) Be considerate and respectful
4) Show them you’ve taken time and consideration into seeing them (show them that they mean something to you)

16 Karen May 25, 2011 at 11:00 am

I’m just going to quote Elle from the linked article The Gentleman’s Arsenal, because she nailed it: “Sport coat? Not unless you want to look like a tool.”

17 Melvin Despot May 25, 2011 at 11:53 am

Don’t wear black dress shirts. You will be mistaken for the wait staff.
Don’t buy/own a “going out”/club shirt you don’t want to be the guy who is over cologned with his cliche cub shirt on. Even dudes can spot this and women are much more attentive to clothing.

Don’t be a douche. Make the internal changes so the clothes don’t make you a hypocritie.

18 Todd May 25, 2011 at 1:28 pm

Hi, was the “Ocean Beach” a reference to the neighborhood in San Diego? If so, I live in OB and so was curious what is your connection to and experience with that neighborhood, thanks!

19 Texian May 25, 2011 at 3:20 pm

My advice (from an old and married dad of a teenage, albeit one who is still cool as hell)…

Be clean and comfortable.

By that, I mean that whatever you wear on that date (and, depending on the location and purpose of that date can be anything from a suit to shorts and sandals), you need to be clean in appearance. If you are wearing your ironic hipster t-shirt, make it your cleanest and newest one. If you are wearing sandals, trim your toenails. Shave. Get a haircut or a trim. Wear the jeans without the paint on them.

be comfortable in what you wear. Some men wear western attire, some wear dance club crap, some wear khakis. But don’t wear “the opposite style” of what you are used to on some blind attempt to fake her out. Maybe tone it down a bit if needed, but if you are a khakis type guy, you are going to look and feel stupid in a cowboy outfit.

Contrary to the above, however, sometimes “worn but cared for” gives out a nice appeal, too. I have some simple black leather cowboy boots that have lots of miles on them, but I keep a halfass polish on. They look real slick in some jeans. When i am wearing them, it is obvious I am no stranger to them.

20 Will May 25, 2011 at 3:55 pm

For those of us who have been married for some time, this is a good reminder to always dress like it is the first date when going out with our wives. They deserve it.

21 Mike May 25, 2011 at 5:08 pm

“… there is no magic cologne or scent out there that is going to have angels falling from the sky”

Oh yeah? Remember “Sex Panther Cologne”? ;)

22 ARP May 25, 2011 at 7:36 pm

Re: tucking in your shirt. It depends. Do not wear a simple dress shirt untucked, especially if it has a shirt-tail hem (longer in back and front).. However, if you have a nice fitting shirt with short, straight hem, I think that’s OK to wear untucked. Don’t tuck polos or t-shirts.

23 Eddie in INDY May 25, 2011 at 8:27 pm

These ideas even work with me. I have been dating the same woman for almost 20 years…Perhaps thats why she has stayed as my wife for 20 years…

This advise holds true for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 100,000th date

Eddie in INDY

24 Leon May 25, 2011 at 10:46 pm

Huge AoM fan and liked the article but I have a slight concern….I am a 23 year old guy and live in south TEXAS! it was 80 degrees at 6am here in Houston and the humidity is horrific in the summer….jackets r out of the question once February ends almost. I wish the article went into more detail for different age groups and touched on seasonal/regional differences

25 ARP May 25, 2011 at 11:46 pm

Leon: I understand your issue. Have you considered a much lighter jacket for warm weather? For example, search for a cotton or linen-blend jacket. It doesn’t have to be the staid blue color. It can be grey, tan, etc. LL Bean Signature makes a seersucker jacket that looks good. Combine that with a lightweight shirt and you should be able to survive in hot, humid, weather.

26 Mikayla May 26, 2011 at 1:51 am

I think this is great stuff! However, don’t overdress… Sometimes first dates are super casual (like Mini Golf, hiking, picnic, the beach, amusement parks, etc.) places where jeans or shorts, a tshirt, and flip flops/converse/vans/you get the idea are totally appropriate as long as they’re not old, worn, and torn. :)

27 godzilla May 26, 2011 at 4:16 pm

Great article. I think thoug a distinction should be made between age classes and dare I say demographics. As a 21yo I won’t be caught dead in a sport jacket or blazer. That is something my dad would wear. I wish I new terminology for my ages pop culture (something I don;t always associate with) but I think college aged and early twenties may prefer a more layed back, jockey, “retro”, defiant sort of dress code. Of course I have no statistical data or samples to support this. Earlier posts illustrated very well the location of the data as well which obviously has it’s associative dress code.

Perfect timing on another note: Front desk library lady here I come.

28 TubbyMike May 26, 2011 at 8:37 pm

If you have a long body and short legs, like my good self, I’d always recommend tucking your shirt in. If you don’t, the line of the hem of your shirt plays wierd visual tricks with your proportions and your body shape looks a little ape-like. It may be perceived as a little “old” but it’s better than looking like a chimp!
Of course, if your legs are longer in proportion to your body, you can get away with the shirt hem out but being ol’ stumpy legs it’s never worked for me, even if I have never looked cool. Sigh.

29 Wallace May 27, 2011 at 4:19 pm

It’s really much easier than this. Just wear what you would normally wear if you were going to that place or activity normally (not on a date). You should be dressing well enough every day that it isn’t a question of what to wear to a fancy dinner versus a coffee date versus putt-putt. You should just know because that’s how you dress normally. Remember, you can’t always be the best looking guy in the room, but you can definitely be the best dressed.

I would say though, stay away from what’s trendy. Trendy items are just going to look dated in a couple years. Investing in Brooks Brothers or a comparable brand is going to pay off because you’ll still look good fifteen years later when you’re still wearing the same clothes. For the love of all that is right and good in the world, please do not pop your collar either. Invest in nice polos. Invest in nice chinos. Invest in nice oxfords. Invest in nice shorts. These are the items that are going to pay off for years to come.

And if you haven’t already, please throw out your cargo shorts. It’s time to start dressing like an adult.

30 ASR May 27, 2011 at 6:58 pm

What about shaving? Should we shave right before a date? Is the 5 o’clock shadow okay?
What about the risk of razor burn or cuts?
Do women like the one day stubble?

I don’t have answers to those questions, but since the topic wasn’t presented in the article, I think it would be good sense to make sure that whatever you choose looks clean. I think the clean and well trimmed part is important. Wherever your hair may be. Just makes it look like you care. To avoid razor burn or cuts, I think you should just stick to the routine that works. Don’t try too hard or move too quickly and I think you should be fine in terms of cuts and burn.

31 CinnamonBear May 28, 2011 at 12:19 am

Although it may be important to dress nice on the first date, I personally do not believe you should go above and beyond. As you much as you want to look nice, you still want to be yourself and be comfortable on the date. And maybe not wear a blazer…instead a nice leather jacket can make you look masculine and presentable without making you look like you don’t care. I agree that you should be well trimmed and clean shaven despite your usual facial hair of course.
I live in southern california and have worn sandals on 90% of all dates that i have been on and never has it been a make or break factor, of course flip flops are an excepted norm here. Overall you should never force it. I am not a real dressy guy and have never had problems getting dates and getting follow up dates. And as far as cologne goes, most women like cologne but if you shower and are clean you should not need that much to begin with.

32 Jason May 28, 2011 at 2:35 pm

How about not dressing?…there wouldn’t be anything to critisize clothing wise…

33 Jamie May 29, 2011 at 1:47 am

Although I generally enjoy the posts on this site, I would say this one missed the mark. Unless you are going to a very nice restraunt, or the theater (which you shouldn’t on a first date) you’re going to look a bit of a try hard/wanker in a jacket. dark jean, nice t-shirt, or nice dress-shirt (depending on time of day), dark shoes. Its that simple really.

34 Justin May 31, 2011 at 10:40 am

Well…..this explains a lot….looks like I’ll be throwing away my acid washed jeans, high top reebox pumps, and faded AC/DC shirt…..

35 JxcelDolghmQ June 2, 2011 at 6:55 pm

Always tuck in your shirt. Unless it is a T-Shirt. But you shouldn’t be wearing a T-shirt. They are for children.

36 Ben June 6, 2011 at 12:28 pm

To all the commentors complaining about the article not being about wearing jeans, a T-shirt, sandals, or a “defiant” dress code (whatever that is), please make your way over the the Art of Being an Annoying Punk. Last I check this website is the Art of Manliness, and I for one would like to read about manly, classic apparel.

37 MaryJane June 8, 2011 at 9:02 am

I don’t know how I came across this website, I think it was actually connected to a blog I was looking at.
But I do have to say, that to those men who complained about not wearing jeans, not tucking in their shirt, and having to dress at least with a tie are so wrong. I can not apologize. From a woman’s point of view, the way a man dresses is important. Dressing sloppily shows you obviously don’t care. Women examine these things. You wouldn’t want a woman going on a date with you looking like she just rolled out of bed, hmm?

Great article.

38 zeus panthera June 10, 2011 at 8:59 pm

The way you dress determines how people perceive you even before they talk to you. It’s important to dress according to the occasion. Women do find men who dress nicer more attractive because it shows that they take pride in themselves and will also take pride in the relationship.

39 Kevin June 11, 2011 at 11:27 am

I disagree, Jamie. There are plenty of more casual jackets out there which pair quite nicely with a pair of dark jeans. I wore this light colored jacket on a first date with some nice dark selvage/cuffed jeans: http://www2.assets-gap.com/Asset_Archive/BRWeb/Assets/Product/831/831063/big/br831063-00vliv01.jpg

Not only did she compliment the jacket, we’re now on date 7 or 8 now.

40 Brohail June 13, 2011 at 3:30 pm

For younger men Jamie is definitely right. If you are not a professional yet (grad school student or even a medical school resident) being overly dressy will just seem forced. I think you should get a sense of how to dress by using how your date was dressed as a reference. One girls formal is another girls average.

I think that for professional-age men and women, this article is right on the money.

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