Quick Date Night Checklist

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Fall is the season of fun with all the holiday magic in the air.  It is the time of year for gluttoneous festivities and endless parties so don’t miss your opportunity to ask that special person you have been eyeing to accompany you as your party date.

Capitalize on the holidays and get all dressed up for the occasion.  Turn up the charm and most importanty take advantage of all the great fall fashion. Overcoats, hats, scarves, sweaters and boots, so many accesories to choose from. Remember it’s all in the details, so don’t miss out on expressing some extra character flair this season.

Dressing details give you an oportunity to express and expose a side of you that may not be known or recognized.  A red scarf communicates bold and exciting, while a neutral cable cardigan is cozy and inviting.  A handsome overcoat is always pristine and elegant while a blue beanie screams youthful and cool and can compliment your eyes.

Be open to the possibilities and go on several dates.  To make things easy on you, we have compiled a quick date night checklist. So go ahead and make this season one to remember.

Date Night Checklist

1. Clean your car –  If your taking your car, regardless if your driving or not ( you never know what can happen), make sure your car is clean.

2. Shower and shave – Put effort into your appearance and be prepared for that possible kiss and then some.  You don’t want your scruff to scratch up your date’s face. Be sure to brush your teeth, and pack some breath mints to pop in after dinner.

3. Smell good – Avoid heavy perfumes and aftershaves.  Remember scents that you like might not be alluring to your date.  Something important to consider is that your date could also be allergic to heavy scents. All natural, organic products such as essential oils is a good investment.  Play it safe than sorry.

4. Look the part- Pick out your outfit in advance. Dress to impress but pull an ensemble together that represents you and then add in some extra flair with a hat, scarf or cardigan.  A special date is a great excuse to treat yourself to some new shoes or great pair of boots. Crisp and clean is always a winner. Be sure to iron that shirt if need be.

5. Be on time - Plan to arrive a few minutes early but not too early. Allow flexibility for delays in traffic and be sure to call and give a heads up in the event you do run into any delays that are out of your control.

6. Be open – Relax and go with the flow. Have a plan but don’t be rigid.  You might have made dinner reservations but come to find out that your date has food allergies and suggests somewhere else.  Nothing is more comforting than someone who can accommodate special needs or requests.

Think positive but loose the expectations.  Expectations can be a mental set up for disaster.  Keep it simple and hope for the best but expect nothing in return. That way your not disappointed. After all, life is but an adventure.

7. Pay – That’s right.  You read correctly.  Number 7 is to pay the bill, especially if you were the one to ask your date out.  It’s always a treat when you don’t have pay so be a classic gentleman and pick up the tab.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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