Every day we find ourselves in different situations that require impeccable appearance. One of them is dinner at the future in-laws – as we know, first impression is the most important one! What clothes to choose for this occasion? We can help you to deal with this problem, just continue reading.
The first rule of thumb: Your outfit can not make any controversies. Very short skirt or a very low-cut blouse is better for a date – after all, you surely don’t want to seduce the parents of your boyfriend, right? Even if the future in-laws are not too conservative, such clothing is just inappropriate.
Watch out for extras – too much jewelry can make you perceived as challenging. The same applies to excessive or heavy makeup. Just try to look and behave as a good girl.
Pay attention to colors. Some subconsciously affect the people and you may unwittingly do the wrong impression. For example, red can be perceived as provocative, not to be so “safe” colors. Of course, red jewelry or handbag is not prohibited, but the red skirt might look a little too aggressively. You should not also exaggerate the amount of color combination in your clothing. Too many colors will not give a good result – in other way you may make impression as specialist in Chinese Horoscope 2012 or circus clown. That would be really bad move.
Try to find a good compromise between formal, official look and casual or sporty wear. Nor gala dress neither worn and torn blue jeans will fit such occasion, so be sensible and choose wisely. Although the evil mother-in-law is a stereotypical character appearing mostly in jokes and comedy movies, but before the first dinner you should pay attention to the smallest details of dress and look a whole rather critically.
And for the end a few words about shoes. Of course, all rules also applied to them. No high-heels and no sneakers. Choose modest and elegant ones like canvas or leather shoes, with medium or low heels. And be careful – pinching shoes can make you nervous and angry and this will surely destroy all good impression you’d like to make.