11 First-Date Outfits That Will Definitely Make a Lasting Impression

Getting dressed for a first date can be almost as nerve-racking as the date itself. You spend way too much time planning the perfect outfit, second-guessing yourself, and waiting on your closest friends to weigh in on what they think you should wear. To avoid all of this pre-date craziness, we have seven charming ensembles for you to keep in mind the next time you're getting ready for a date. 

From a simple jean combination to a no-fail skirt-and-sweater look you can wear day or night, we've got you covered when it comes to planning your next first-date look. Keep reading for easy outfit ideas perfect for a first date. 

Style Tip: If you're going to wear a classic LBD, give it an update with a pair of patterned tights and heels.

Style Tip: If you're going on a more casual first date, opt for a casual jacket and a printed miniskirt.

Style Tip: If you want to put an unexpected twist to an otherwise classic ensemble, style it with white cowboy boots.

Style Tip: Heading on a date after a day at the office? Throw a classic coat over a timeless button-down shirt and a pleated midi skirt.

Style Tip: If you're going on a daytime activity with your date, sport a chic off-the-shoulder top with a pair of cropped jeans.

Style Tip: Knee-high boots will give a chic edge to any ensemble you wear.

Style Tip: For a more comfortable outfit, wear an effortless sweater with wide-leg pants.

Style Tip: Whether you're just getting a simple cup of coffee or a romantic dinner, a cable-knit sweater with a pencil skirt and ankle boots will be an outfit that'll never fail you.

Style Tip: Wear a button-up shirtdress as a jacket over a turtleneck and trousers for a cool take on layering.

Style Tip: Swap out your jeans for a denim maxi skirt to give it a slightly more dressed-up ensemble.

Style Tip: Sport a top with lace paneling or details with a pair of jeans when you want to give a casual outfit with a flirtier update.

Up next, five of the prettiest 2019 shoe trends.

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Dale Chong.

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