First Date Style: “What Should I Wear On A Summer Date?”

Jun 3rd 2013 1 Comment

 

 Hi MG!

Thanks for all the great dating advice, I just started online dating after taking a break this winter. Now I’m ready to go on some hopefully great dates this summer but have no idea what to wear. Would shorts be too casual or do I just stick to summer dresses?

Yay for summer dates, darling! While shorts are perf for brunch w. the besties, I suggest wearing a cute summer dress or pretty top & skirt. Even if your summer date is a casual one, a skirt or dress in a simple print should totes be part of your summer date night style. Here’s a cute summer date outfit below…

  • Fit & flare dress. This Oasis dress is super flattering on most body types bc it’s tailored on the top and forgiving on the bottom. Choose one in a pretty color or simple print. While we are obsessed with floral prints at MG, it’s a bit too busy for date night.

Also check out 3 Spring Dresses Every Woman Should Own

  • Nude sandals. While studs, abundant straps & mesh cut outs are uber-fashionista, you want your date’s attention to be on YOU, not your fabulush footwear. These nude sandals will elongate your legs and emphasize your tan/bronzer. Every woman should own a pair of nude sandals & nude pumps. Totes your go-to date night shoes (and makes dressing for date night crazy simple).

Here are 6 Nude Peep-Toe Pumps Perfect for Date Night

Dahlings, feel free to email me your Ask MG questions or leave them in the comments below. <3

kissies,

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One Comment to “First Date Style: “What Should I Wear On A Summer Date?””

  1. Lisa says:

    Very cute indeed. But what about a dress for us middle aged girls?

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