June 16, 2012

How To Dress To Match Your Man – The Fun-Out-On-The-Town Guy

Now that you’ve successfully gone past the first date and landed the man of your dreams, it’s time to consider the way you should dress so that the two of you make the most stylish couple anyone has ever seen. Naturally, you needn’t fundamentally change the way you dress; after all, the goal is to be yourself. You should however adapt your style to your partner’s.

If He’s The Fun Out On The Town Guy

If he knows the hottest clubs, the coolest concerts to attend and the most interesting events in town, you’ve got your hands on a guy next to whom you’ll never get bored.

Both his lifestyle and his way of dressing can be summed up as “casual good time”. This type of guy tends to be less meticulous about what you are wearing, but will still want his girl to look her best. If he likes going out for drinks followed by a night of dancing, or if he enjoys seeing the latest avant-garde plays, make sure you dress in a way that suggests you’re ready for all the fun he has to offer.

Short, girly skirts, bright colours, cute dresses, fun hats and quirky jewelry will show him that you’re the super-feminine girl whom he’s been looking for, as well as being young at heart and set on following him to whatever the town has to offer, be it a cool jazz bar or a wild night at a hot club.

Marc Jacobs skirt
Marc Jacobs skirt – €1,656
Bobbi Brown Cosmetics makeup
Bobbi Brown Blush – Nude Pink – €19

Oroton flat
Oroton Ballet Flats – €95
OPI nail polish
OPI Nail Polish – Spot-Light Pink – €7
OPI nail polish
OPI Nail Polish – Too Hot Pink To Hold Em – €13
OPI nail polish
OPI  Silver Shatter Nail Lacquer – €13
LORD & TAYLOR Rose Quartz and Diamond Ring – €439
Long Sleeve Lace Bodysuit
Long Sleeve Lace Bodysuit – owntherunway.com – €15
If the fun-out-on-the-town guy is not your kind of guy, learn how to dress for the conservative guy, the artist, the sportsmanthe sophisticated downtown guy or the businessman.