What should I wear to a date?

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What do you think would look cute/sexy/hot/good on a girl during a chill date (the walking around the city, or going to the park or having a picnic kinda dates)

I'm a skinny jeans kinda girl and not that into dresses cause they either don't look flattering or make me look sl*tty, so suggestions are helpful since I think he's getting bored of seeing me in different hoodies and sweatshirts
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How old are you?

Whatever is warm and comfortable. You'll look silly if you can't walk far or sink into grass because of heels, or if you can't concentrate on conversation if you are cold. And if he cares it shouldn't matter what you wear.

You could go for a nice sparkly scarf or noticeable earrings to jazz things up, or a nice top under a couple of layers that you can show off if you stop for a coffee or lunch inside (hint, hint).
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How old are you?

Whatever is warm and comfortable. You'll look silly if you can't walk far or sink into grass because of heels, or if you can't concentrate on conversation if you are cold. And if he cares it shouldn't matter what you wear.

You could go for a nice sparkly scarf or noticeable earrings to jazz things up, or a nice top under a couple of layers that you can show off if you stop for a coffee or lunch inside (hint, hint).
17, and yea I feel most comfortable in hoodies/sweatshirts and skinny jeans, but running out of em to wear and I think he's getting bored; I overthink a lot, and even if he says he doesn't care about what I wear, I can't help but think he'd like me more if I wore something he'd like
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is it a daytime thing?
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is it a daytime thing?
yea
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just go for different cut trousers, like bootcut or flares, and wear a fitted top instead of hoodie and a cool cropped jacket. Nice earrings.
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A guy won't ever get "bored" of you wearing similar outfits. Honestly he's unlikely to remember what you wore last time unless it was particularly striking.
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17, and yea I feel most comfortable in hoodies/sweatshirts and skinny jeans, but running out of em to wear and I think he's getting bored; I overthink a lot, and even if he says he doesn't care about what I wear, I can't help but think he'd like me more if I wore something he'd like
There's a saying that only boring people get bored, so if he is genuinely bothered by what you are wearing rather than the interaction, he's not really worth it. And what were you planning on doing, buying a new outfit for every date with this guy? What if it doesn't work out and the next date likes a different style of clothing?

Just be yourself; a relationship isn't going to hang on what you wear day-to-day.
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