How to dress for #DateNight
Here are some boundaries to push and mistakes to avoid!brunch Updated: Apr 28, 2018 22:02 IST
Rolling your sleeves: Is it cool?
Yes: “Just do it right. Your cuffs should sit firmly on the elbows and not droop,” says blogger Riaan George (@urbaneyebyrg).
No: “Not cool,” insists choreographer Marc Robinson. “Especially not if you’ve got skinny forearms.”
And is dressy on a date a good thing?
Yes: “Putting in effort to dress for a date is a good thing,” says renowned fashion stylist Anaita Shroff Adajania. “Wear something that flatters your figure the best with a pair of comfy shoes. Get your nails done, blow-dry your hair and wear accessories that tell a story about you.”
No: “Don’t overdress on a date,” insists Mia, editor of Street Style Spotlight. “I want the person to see the real me and not the occasional one!”
The best thing to wear on a date is…
Abhinav Mathur (@_abix_), social media influencer: “Polos and chinos!”
Marc Robinson: “A black tee and faded jeans, with a pair of nice clean shoes.”
Raghavendra Rathore, fashion designer: “Essentials include: a great pair of shoes, funky socks, nice cologne.”
Make-up tips to remember…
Anmol Bhatia, blogger: “Go for just mascara, don’t overdo the eyes, avoid red lipstick! Use a highlighter for the evenings and a peach or pink blush for the day.”
Naina Redhu, photographer: “Use non-transferring lipstick and a nice personal fragrance. It’s best to opt for a light liquid matte foundation in summer.”
Devanshi Kapadia, make-up artist: “Add a drop of liquid illuminator to your foundation….”
Follow @lubnasalim1234 on Twitter
From HT Brunch, April 29, 2018
Follow us on twitter.com/HTBrunch
Connect with us on facebook.com/hindustantimesbrunch
First Published: Apr 28, 2018 22:02 IST