Dating tips women second date
Break Out the Bandage Dress You wore jeans, heels, and a cute top on the first date, right? This time, you'll want to keep his attention and wear something that really makes his jaw drop.
"You don't want to look sleazy or show too much skin, but physical attraction and chemistry are very important to men, and he needs to feel that early on for a relationship to develop," says Nancy Slotnick, founder of Cablight.com, a New York dating coach service.
Some things that are intimate to you we only want to hear about when you're actually ready to share them.
So share what you feel comfortable with, not what you think we want to hear.
If you were at a friend's party, steal some alone time for date number two.
If you went for drinks the first time, commit to dinner for the second.
As one single guy pal pointed out, "It can't be the first date all over again." Taking it up a notch doesn't mean you have to go into overdrive – no respectful gentleman will assume you're going to have sex, for example – but some light escalation is delightful.
No need to censor yourself, but if you don't necessarily want to share something super personal, please don't.
Have you ever gone on a first date and have it go great only to have the second date be a disaster?