Why Your Chances Of Getting That Second Date Are Really Low

Why Your Chances Of Getting That Second Date Are Really Low

Getting the right first impression is definitely a priority when you’re looking to convince a woman to go on a second date with you. And one of the most important factors that you should keep in mind to pull this off is planning your first date getup as carefully as you can.

Unlike what a lot of so-called “pickup artists” are saying, though, coming up with the best first date look isn’t about going for the loudest clothes that you can ever find in your closet to really get her attention.

Believe me, you’re just going to give your date the wrong idea when you do this.

What I’d like to emphasize in this post today is a simple mistake you’re probably making when lining up your first date apparel that turns out to be a total turn off for the woman you are going out with.

Make sure you follow along to find out more…

If you’ve been checking out AdviceForHim.com for a while now, you probably already know that your fashion choices can easily make or break your chances of convincing a woman to go on a second date with you.

You can either use it to your advantage to show your date that you’re sophisticated and trendy, which no doubt earns you brownie points in the process, or perhaps give her the notion that you just sloppily picked your clothes in the last five minutes, which already gives you an idea of how the whole thing will go, too.

Now here’s the mistake that I was telling you about earlier…

So you’ve meticulously planned your first date outfit and want to accessorize just to top the whole thing off. Although wearing jewelry is one way of showing your date that you’ve got class, overdoing it simply leads to disaster.

See, during my extensive research into the female psychology, I’ve learned that showing up on a first date like you’re a human mobile ad for a jewelry store makes her feel that you are overcompensating for something.

This gives her the notion that you may have a weakness or negative attribute that you’re quite desperate to cover up, which promotes a surge of stress hormones in her body that will just pump up her anxiety levels as you go along.

And when this happens, she’ll simply end up feeling rather impatient, disinterested and wishing she was someplace else other than with you.

Now while I’m not saying that accessorizing on a first date is bad, make it a point to keep an eye on how many pieces you’re going to wear. I recommend limiting them to two to still give the woman you’re going out with that classy appeal you’d like to achieve, but not sending her the message that you’re covering up for something.

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