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First 'date' in 10 years ~ please tell me what to wear!

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waitingfornaru Mon 15-Aug-11 15:29:25

Have not dated in around 10 years. I'm 42, size 12 top, 14 bottoms, very tall. Brunette. Per-leaze help me choose outfit for a night at the pictures with a man for whom I have burgeoning feelings of romance but have yet to learn if the chemistry exists from his side.

I want to be casual, but may have to show just a little hint of curvature as he's only seen me dressed either very scruffily or very formally for a function before now.

Jeans just do not suit me at all and I'm too tall for heels. A dress would feel too dressy. Arrgghhhhh!

Mumofjz Mon 15-Aug-11 15:47:31

Me again grin

Your the same size as me but i'm short sad

How about leggings? Black Pants? with a long line top (mid thigh with leggings) ballet pumps/sandals kinda thing?

coccyx Mon 15-Aug-11 15:49:03

No idea what you should wear, but have fun.

Mumofjz Mon 15-Aug-11 15:55:38

something along these lines? they've got jeans but you could use leggings - have a look on the next website - i personally don't think you can go wrong with Next - plus it'll give you some idea's and it's not aimed at the "younger" ones wink

MrsHicks Mon 15-Aug-11 16:14:39

Don't think a dress will necessarily be too dressy if it's not a smart fabric. Wrap dresses are very flattering and can be dressed down.

ImperialBlether Mon 15-Aug-11 20:41:28

What sort of clothes do you like on other people, OP? You sound as though you've got a lovely figure, being that size at that height.

I think a dress might be too much for the cinema. Do you like wearing trousers or skirts?

RumourOfAHurricane Mon 15-Aug-11 20:47:54

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greeneyes747 Tue 16-Aug-11 00:40:05

I'm a big fan of jeans - dressed up with a shirt, open quite far down but with a vest top underneath (so you can show off a little but not too obvious) and some heels.
You have to feel comfortable though. Don't pick a style you don't usually wear.

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