I can’t remember the last time I went on a date, but seeing this off-shoulder dress on Dresslily just invokes that gooey date night feeling. The striking cobalt blue colour just screams “here I am!” and the lace detailing adds a romantic and luxe vibe. Nothing makes a sexy statement like a bodycon number. The way it guides the curvy lines of a woman is alluring.
When it comes to date night, I think one of the most nerve-racking thing is dressing up. It doesn’t matter if you know the person for ages or for something new, it is always bitter-sweet. On one hand, the sweet feeling of going on a date with someone you’re into and on the other hand, the feeling of “I gotta look good for this person” kicks in. Figuring out what to wear is the bitter side and I think we can all agree that the pressure is high with new partners. The bottom line is you want to make a good impression.
I believe nothing says sexy than a woman who is confident and feels comfortable in their own skin. -And that brings us to the number one date night rule.
Be Comfortable: Yes you want to come out of the door looking like a snack, but don’t compromise for comfort. Sexy and comfortable make a good couple so don’t forget to take one leaving the other behind. Ha! I could list a lot of styles/pieces one could wear on a date night, but it won’t mean anything, -because at the end of the day, it is about being yourself and wearing what defines you. I love this chic banquet sandals and as someone who isn’t too confident in sky high heels, this will be a great option. If heels weren’t my cup of tea, I won’t attend a date wearing those to embarrass myself. Does this make sense?
Have Fun: Sipping on champagne and enjoying a delicious food on a candle light dinner sounds like a dream come true for most of us ladies, but what is the fun in that if that is all we do every damn time. Once in awhile switch things up and make it fun and bouncy like tassel earrings. Activities like taking a dance class, cooking class or doing something sporty are great options. Keep it fresh.
Enjoy Each Other: Lord knows this generation and social media are glued to the hips. We want to share every second of anything going on in our lives with the world. That gratification is getting the best of us. -But please not on a quality time with someone special. It is absolutely disrespectful. Put the phone in your bag. Yes to taking photos, but hold off with posting. Reminisce on your journey together and don’t forget to top it up (compliment) with cheerful words like the colourful lipsticks.
So that ends the banter. When was the last time you went on a date? Have you got any rules?
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