June 11, 2012

How To Dress To Match Your Man – The Conservative Type

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 Conservative Man

If you enjoy a man with pristine manners and class rather than a boy with swag, you’ll have to match him both in his classical way of social behaviour, as in his conservative sense of style.

Make the perfect pair by complementing him, in his perfectly tailored suit and solid colour tie, with ladylike dresses, muted tones and monochrome pieces. Anything too over the top, like fishnet stockings, plunging necklines or racy leather dresses will have him running away from you as far as possible.. An ultra-feminine pearl necklace will always be favoured in lieu of an extravagant jewelry piece. Think Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s and there you have it. Achieving elegant sophistication in a subdued manner is your goal if you want the two of you to form the perfect couple, that will have people turning their heads in admiration.


Topshop Peplum Dress – €77


Christian Louboutin pumps
Christian Louboutin pumps – €502
Lanvin necklace
Lanvin necklace – €602
Effy Collection earrings
Effy Collection earrings – €541
Elizabeth and James sunglasses
Elizabeth and James sunglasses – €148
Black.co.uk Cocktail Gloves – €47
Bottega Veneta clutch
Bottega Veneta clutch – €1105
If your man isn’t the conservative type, learn how to dress for the sports enthusiast, the businessman, the fun-out-on-the-town guy, the sophisticated downtown guy, or the artist.