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The 11 Best Ways To Create First Good Impression On a Date

It’s said that first impression really matters so much in a relationship. The way you saw each other in a well composed environment will really say a lot about how he or she will treat you if there will be a relationship at all. The earlier we understand that a guy taking you out on a date doesn’t automatically means you’re dating, the better. Some just want to know how you behave in big and classic places.

This post will be addressing the issue of how to compote ourselves on a date so we can create a lasting first impression.

1. Make sure to dress well

It’s good to understand this point. First date isn’t a date to show your best cloth or your make up competition. You have to dress to impress, but not so much to make your partner feel intimidated.  Of course! According to conventional wisdom, the very first impression is made within seven seconds, so your appearance is key. That doesn’t mean that you should wear a three-piece suit or a ball gown, but it is appropriate to dress slightly nicer than you would for an average date.

2. Pick an interesting restaurant and activity

You don’t need to go to one of the best restaurants, but you’ll want to pick a place with character and an interesting menu (but one that is still accessible for every palate). And think beyond the standard “dinner and a movie.” Consider taking your date to a cooking class, funky museum, or sporting event for an activity that will foster conversation and allow you to have active interactions.

3. Arrive on time (or even better… early)

Nothing is more of an immediate turnoff than tardiness. If your dinner reservation is at 7 p.m., be sure you’re at the restaurant at 7 p.m. Actually, get there a little early. Aim to be at your table at 6:50.

4. Remember your table manners

It’s easy to be rude without realizing it. And it’s really important that you remember your table etiquette. That means you should put your napkin on your lap, keep your elbows off the table, don’t talk with your utensils in hand, and pass the salt and pepper together.

5. Be confident and positive

Part of making an instantly great first impression is in your stature. Walk into the venue for your date with confidence, with a straight posture and a smile on your face. Don’t be cocky, but if you feel good about yourself, your personality, and your appearance, your date will definitely pick up on those vibes.

6. Have real discussion

If you want to stand out among all the other first dates all there, you have to get creative with your topics of conversation. One can only discuss the weather, siblings, and what’s on TV so much before it gets boring. Have a few interesting tidbits in your pocket to make for engaging, interesting discussions that truly allow you to get to know your date. We have explained some questions we can ask on our first date in our previous post, you can read that below.

Also Check Out: 5 Best Things to Talk About on a First Date

7. Don’t interrogate your date

You’re going to want to ask your date questions about themselves and listen to what they have to say. But, this is a friendly night out, not an interrogation. Remember to follow up on their questions and show interest in what they have to say. But don’t bombard them with questions and bullet points. No one likes that.

8. Make eye contact and use your date’s name

You want to really connect with your date, and there are two simple ways to do that: eye contact and name use. Making eye contact not only shows you’re attentive and engaged, but it also helps you to connect with your date. And it’s scientifically proven that people like the sound of their own name, so be sure to use it with some frequency — just don’t make it weird.

9. Express kindness to the waiter

You can’t just be kind to your date — you need to be nice to everyone around you, including the waiters and bartenders. If you’re rude to the poor man or woman serving you dinner, how does your date know you won’t be rude in other social situations?

10. Be present at your date

We love Twitter, iMessage, and Candy Crush as much as the next person, but you’re out engaging with another real person in a real place. Be present at your date, and keep your cell phone tucked away in your pocket or purse.

11. Pick up the bills

Some women think men should automatically pay for the first date. Others think that whoever initiated the date should pay. Some believe that dates should be split 50/50. Honestly, all of these are the right (and wrong) answer. But if you’re looking to make a great impression, you should at least reach for the check first.

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