How women can get the first date rightLondon: If you have only talked over the phone, looked at a profile picture or texted each other - he really doesn't know exactly how you look until you turn up on your first date.
London: If you have only talked over the phone, looked at a profile picture or texted each other - he really doesn't know exactly how you look until you turn up on your first date. So the first important thing is to dress right for the first meeting.
Chiara Atik, a dating expert and author of “Modern Dating: A Field Guide,” feels that looks matter the most during the first date.
“We asked men what are the things they first notice about women. One thing they brought up often was clothing. Indeed, it does say a lot about who you are. The date uses clothing to determine if he might like you and if you might get along,” femalefirst.co.uk quoted Atik as saying.
Choosing the right colour is the best way to start with.
Different colours can be symbolic of aspects of your personality so choose one that describes you best. Here are the colours with their significance:
Red: Your are exciting, dangerous and sexual. Men believe that you are more likely to agree to sex wearing this colour.
Blue: You are calm and encouraging and a creative thinker. Blues are associated with summer skies and clear oceans - holidays and days off come to mind when seeing this colour.
Grey: You are authoritative and have direction in everything you do. That is why many businesswomen choose this colour - one that encourages people to take you seriously.
Yellow: You are gentle, friendly and approachable. Think bunches of flowers and sunshine- it brings out the happy, carefree side in you and your date.
White: It's bridal, virginal and symbolic of innocence, so it's no surprise that men think that you are least likely to agree to sex in this colour. So if you are a third date kind of gal then this is the perfect colour to convey the message- ‘not tonight mister'!