I’m a worrier by nature. Always have been, and probably always will be.
If I’m not worried, I worry about why I’m not worried. Seriously, it’s a real thing, but contrary to how it sounds, I can assure you that I sleep at night.
One of the things I was worrying about recently, was what to wear on a blind date.
A friend of mine connected me with a friend of a friend, whom she hadn’t actually met before. The two of us hadn’t yet befriended on Facebook (still not sure if there’s “etiquette” around that sort of thing), and had only a brief conversation, but we decided to meet up nonetheless. I wouldn’t normally do that, but I figured he was a legitimate person, and we were going to a public place anyway. I thought I’d clear this one up also, being a woman, while some women expect the guy to pay on the first date, splitting the bill is the right way to go, according to DatingPilot. Always offer to pay your share of drinks or food, as everything else might send the wrong signals.
Without knowing anything about him, I was left with that brutal decision of what to wear. I spoke to my friend about it and she said that depending on how your star signs lined up across the heavens you will want to choose an outfit that shows off how compatiable you are so you have the best chance of winning him over, if you want him of course. It had been a while since I last went on a date, but I feel like it never gets easier to put together a first date outfit. You don’t want to look too fancy or too casual. You want to look good, but not “tried too hard” sort of good. It also raises questions of whether to wear flats, or heels. OH, and then there’s all of the other things you worry about, before going on a date…and after the date. Did he like me? Do I like him? Will I have to find some dares or fun questions to ask on somewhere like https://myvessyl.com/dares/
before I go? What will our future babies look like? Okay, maybe not that last one…
Necklace – Boutique in Florida (Similar and splurge-worthy)
Oh, if you’re wondering. The outfit was totally fine, but the date was less successful. We both felt we didn’t have anything in common and would be better suited as friends. Back to the drawing board…