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    T-shirt and jeans
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    dress
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    39.13%
    whatever
    7
    30.43%

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    Someone had asked me to date, what should I wear?
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    Depends what the type of date is.
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    I'm a very feminine lady and I mostly like to wear dresses. That would include bodycon dresses, pinafore, skater etc. However, for a date, I would only go for dresses like bodycon or lace dresses for a elegant touch.

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    (Original post by whistleleo)
    Someone had asked me to date, what should I wear?
    You should have asked him where he will take you so you'll know what to wear.
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    Wear the top-end of whatever your style is/whats in your wardrobe. Simple.
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    Depends on the occasion, whether it's a casual park date or a fancy dinner...
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    Whatever you feel comfortable in and suits your figure. I usually wear jeans and a crop top or a dress with tights.
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    (Original post by TorpidPhil)
    Depends what the type of date is.
    Maybe we will go for dinner, after dinner I have no idea where he will bring me to.
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    (Original post by keturah)
    Whatever you feel comfortable in and suits your figure. I usually wear jeans and a crop top or a dress with tights.
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    I am horny.
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    (Original post by yl95)
    Depends on the occasion, whether it's a casual park date or a fancy dinner...
    I'm not sure it's casual park date or anything else, but I guess it won't be a fancy dinner
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    (Original post by Lemon Haze)
    Wear the top-end of whatever your style is/whats in your wardrobe. Simple.
    Maybe I should go shopping, feeling what's in my wardrobe kinda boring.
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    (Original post by BrokenLife)
    I'm a very feminine lady and I mostly like to wear dresses. That would include bodycon dresses, pinafore, skater etc. However, for a date, I would only go for dresses like bodycon or lace dresses for a elegant touch.

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    Nice, I'll think of that
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    (Original post by ellej93)
    You should have asked him where he will take you so you'll know what to wear.
    He just keep secret :unimpressed:
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    I wear a nice suit with white Air Maxes and a pimp watch. It makes me feel more confident. Saying that I got a higher proportion of bangs just wearing jeans and a T-shirt.
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    The options seem to just be gender based as I wouldn't wear a dress to any occasion.
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    (Original post by keturah)
    Whatever you feel comfortable in and suits your figure. I usually wear jeans and a crop top or a dress with tights.
    Can i take you out on a date?
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    Usually a dress or skirt and nice top. Nothing too fancy but not too casual either.
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    Jeggings, crop top and large hoop earings.
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    I think that it would depend on the type of date it was such as a movie or lunch/dinner etc. I would wear a nice dress or if not then a nice skirt and top.
 
 
 
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