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Im a guy in my mid twenties, rarely been out since my teens, I'm very introvert so I don't do social gatherings etc. Anyway I'm meeting this girl for the first time in a few days but im not sure what to wear
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All depends on what you're doing. You wouldn't wear a suit to laser tag afterall, or vice versa.

Unless you're James Bond or similar, then a suit is acceptable for laser tag.

Where are you going/What activities are planned?
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what ever you feel comfortable in, jeans and tshirt with a hoodie?
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Wear something stylish. Designer jeans in a dark colour, sharp shirt, killer shoes...you have a ton of options.

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(Original post by adamstrawson)
All depends on what you're doing. You wouldn't wear a suit to laser tag afterall, or vice versa.

Unless you're James Bond or similar, then a suit is acceptable for laser tag.

Where are you going/What activities are planned?
The thing is we were planning to go on a dinner date but last minute she said she doesn't mind what we do even if its just casually relax. thanks for your help btw
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(Original post by Juicy J)
Wear something stylish. Designer jeans in a dark colour, sharp shirt, killer shoes...you have a ton of options.

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I don't want to overdress for the occasion. We might just be relaxing after all
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what ever you feel comfortable in, jeans and tshirt with a hoodie?
that sounds reasonable I guess. I don't want to appear as I'm not making an effort at the same time I want to make a good impression
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don't worry too much, the whole smart casual thing is good, at the end of the day she will prob b worrying more about what shes going to wear
I would say for dinner tho dark colours r good in case you accidently spill?
do you have a nice pair of jeans and a casual shirt?
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Maybe smart casual? Or jeans & a nice jumper?
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I don't want to overdress for the occasion. We might just be relaxing after all
How is that overdressing!! I didn't tell you to wear a dinner suit with patent leather Oxfords!! Just jeans and a shirt basic but stylish. Not some cheap jeans though, you need something nice. How about some entry-level Levis. For the shirt, wear something like Ralph Lauren. Or you can wear a lactose t-shirt, timberland shirt or hillfiger top. You have plenty of options
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(Original post by Juicy J)
How is that overdressing!! I didn't tell you to wear a dinner suit with patent leather Oxfords!! Just jeans and a shirt basic but stylish. Not some cheap jeans though, you need something nice. How about some entry-level Levis. For the shirt, wear something like Ralph Lauren. Or you can wear a lactose t-shirt, timberland shirt or hillfiger top. You have plenty of options
whats the difference between nice and cheap jeans/ clothes?! if the OP has no designer clothes then according to you hes doesn't have any options?!

my husband met me for our first date dressed like a slob, after talking to him for 5 mins I didn't car what he was wearing and you can look just as stylish in clothes from Tesco than designer stuff
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(Original post by hydrogirl_13)
whats the difference between nice and cheap jeans/ clothes?! if the OP has no designer clothes then according to you hes doesn't have any options?!

my husband met me for our first date dressed like a slob, after talking to him for 5 mins I didn't car what he was wearing and you can look just as stylish in clothes from Tesco than designer stuff
Wait, I never said he doesn't have any options if he chooses not to invest in higher quality garments. Personally, I place huge importance on clothing and on appearance and I always aim to make a statement. That's just me, not everyone has to be the same way I think the thread starter would benefit from putting a little effort into his attire because it will reflect positively on him and make a good impression.

I feel very awkward when I go outside if I'm not dressed in my best clothes, especially when meeting girls. It's a personal thing, that's just me again
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