More fool me, I know, but it just goes to show how easy it is to make the wrong assumption when you see someone for the first time.Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not expecting every man on a date to wear a full blown suit and tie, proffer a corsage and have a violinist on speed dial. But the idea that you can physically see a complete lack of effort gives the immediate impression that he just isn’t bothered.
At The Male Stylist, we decided to reach out to some top female bloggers in fashion, beauty and dating to get their tips and advice on dating etiquette and the areas where men often tend to make mistake.
In our first part we feature professional fashion stylist and blogger Donna Knott, fashion and lifestyle blogger Alex Montemor and award-winning dating blogger Charly Lester.
Listen to your inner voice — she’ll never steer you wrong.
You can’t change your relationship status by crying, nagging, or complaining about the one-sidedness.
This is trickier, as personal style is, well, personal.