But we wouldn’t want you to fret about your choice of belt when you should be focusing on showing your date the time of her life. Here are a list of outfits you could have standing by for each of the most popular date scenarios:
Even if you only have a few minutes to spare on a busy workday, you should still make the most of your lunch date. You probably don’t show up for work dressed to impress, but a good, classic blazer should still be part of your outfit. Try to coordinate your bag with your shoes as you’ll look well put together and your date will probably appreciate the effort you’ve put into your outfit. If you’re not squeezing your lunch date into your work schedule, you could opt for a more laid-back look. A simple polo shirt or a light cardigan should do the trick. Keep away from distressed jeans, capri pants, folded cuffs, sandals, and similar casual fashion items.
Just because it’s a movie date doesn’t mean you shouldn’t put any effort into your get-up. While it’s best to steer clear of logo t-shirts, you can experiment with colors. An all-black leather jacket ensemble is fine, and nobody will think less of you for donning an aviator jacket over a sweater or shirt, or matching a black belt with a pair of dark brown shoes. But you could try matching a navy jacket with an orange T-shirt for a more casual effect, for instance. It may be dark for most of the date as you’re watching a movie, but don’t let that discourage you from making yourself look nice and presentable.