Do guys care what a girl wears on dates Well i was wondering because i wasn't sure if a guy would notice if i start repeating or mixing and matching my clothes. The guy in question has actually asked me to wear mostly dresses. No, he won't notice.If you keep wearing dresses/skirts and mix them up, he will not know they are repeated.He's looking at you mostly, the clothes just accentuate you.My husband doesn't know if i repeat outfits or wear parts of the same ones.If i was buying new ones each week though, he'd notice that.I don't buy a lot of clothes, but the ones i get can be switched up with others and they coordinate. My assumptions about dressing for a date(Guys correct if i am wrong) 1.Dress appropriately.Wear jeans and hiking boots on a hike.Evening dress for black tie and so on. http://www.jb3.co.uk/wedding-party-dress/flower-girl-dresses.html 2.Dressing comfortably is also important.Men do like high heels but bring a pair of ballerina flats for later on in the evening.I have seen women walk around barefoot in the city.Doesn't look good. 3.If you have a good shape, wear form fitting clothes.Much sexier than showing a lot skin(But not too formfitting) 4.What's more important than your clothes though, is what's Mother of the Bride Dresses unique to you.Put more consideration into hair, nails, and face. 5.Wear a good perfume.If you see a guy over and over he will associate you and Cheap Wedding Party Dresses the perfume. 6.It was pretty trollerish for you to mention that you buy new clothes for each date.If the guy had any idea of a future with you, it will all end in tears with that kind of priority.Where do you even store all those clothes? Personally, i agree with: 1(Goes for men as well) 2 don't see a reason to care about this.Who cares? 3(Goes for men as well)Don't wear an xl if you're l, Lace Prom Dresses etc 4 not every guy cares about makeup.I certainly don't know a guy who has ever commented on the state of a woman's nails. 5 Not sure if Pavlovian tricks are necessary.If that's the case, make sure you take the guy on"Fun"Dates only, that way he associates the"Fun"With you. (Fun = six flags, movies, etc) 6 agreed. 09162010, 09:12 AM 6.It was pretty trollerish for you to mention that you buy new clothes for each date.If the guy had any idea of a future with you, it will all end in tears with that kind of priority.Where do you even store all those clothes? I don't think it was trollerish. I don't know the answer to the op as i am not a guy, but i'd totally buy a new outfit every week if i could afford it, lol.As long as she can afford it and isn't going into debt, i don't see a problem with her shopping. 09162010, 11:55 AM I've been a dating machine the past few months.I have gone out on close to 20+ dates with one person in particular and on each date i have been wearing something new or different.This person has a particular style preference and i have been accommodating.My supply of this particular style is running low and i have been adding a new outfit each week.I'm wondering when should i start repeating my past outfits? Personally, i care what a woman wears on a date.Never even thought about it, certainly wouldnt think negatively. If you are worried about this guy judging you negatively over what you wear 20+ dates into things drop his ass. 09162010, 06:20 PM This person has a particular style preference and i have been accommodating.My supply of this particular style is running low and i have been adding a new outfit each week.I'm wondering when should i start repeating my past outfits? Am i the only one that sees this as the wrong way to go entirely?How far should you go to please another person?I mean, i'd love to buy a new outfit every week too, but i want it to reflect my style, not the style someone else thinks i should be.There's nothing wrong with being accommodating of someone else's prefereces to a degree, but to the point you are buying new clothes weekly seems ridiculous.Is he going to expect you to wear dresses every day for the rest of your life now?When do you get to start dressing like yourself again?
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