First Tinder date outfits

Since the weather is getting steamy, so does our sense of style. Women can show more, but it does not mean you have to on your first Tinder date.  Let’s keep it Gucci not hoochi.

Going to break it down for you on a case by case bases:

Casual coffee, or tea

Keep the make-up simple and natural, hair down, but neat.  Wear Alo moto leggings with a plain tee, and Stan Smith sneakers, jeans, or white (no boyfriend jeans, or sweat pants of any kind, please) and a plain t-shirt with non man repeller loafers, ballerina slippers, or sneakers is ideal.

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Fine dining 

Channel your inner Audrey Hepburn style and glam up with a simple white, or floral dress, tan heels, (no platforms as it cheapens the look).  Red lipstick is a must as it works best with dark lighting and it makes your teeth super white.

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dolce-gabbana-spring-summer-2017-ss17-rtw-63-floral-print-black-handbagHotel lounge, or bar 

If you don’t have time to change from work to play, just wear a sexy button down shirt with a pencil skirt.  If that’s not your vibe try an A line dress.  It flatters in all the right places.  No Maxi dress as men are visual and you want to show off your sexy legs. Think French girl chic.

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Try not to fall prey to trendy outfits as the style may not approprately fit the occassion.

Lastly, first impressions are everything.  How you market yourself is how you are treated, I know this one is hard for some ladies.

Being a Tinderella does not mean you have to put it all out on a platter and dress like you are going to a club in Miami.

Just keep it simple and have fun!

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