Romantic dressing means lace, ruffles and frills, flowing skirts and billowy blouses. For a dinner date, try a mid-calf length dress with a lace overskirt over satin and form-fitting bodice with either spaghetti straps or lace sleeves. Or for a less traditional romantic look, wear a peasant-style blouse and full skirt. Strappy sandals work wonderfully for both styles. For a casual date, full-cut trousers and a satin blouse or tank will do the trick. Granny-style tie-up ankle boots will tie this look together. Wear your hair down and wavy or curly or up with a few loose tendrils around the face and neck.
Looking fresh, sweet and flirty is the way to go with the romantic style. Stick to pinks, plums and corals for that sun-kissed look. A dewy foundation followed by pink blush and soft eye shadow will do the trick. Skip the eyeliner and try colored mascara instead. The finishing touch is a soft pink lip gloss.
The romantic guy isn't shy about telling you how you make him feel, but he probably won't open up about himself without a little prodding. Ask him what his all-time favorite romantic movie is, what he enjoys doing when not working or his idea of the best vacation spot. Talk about music or ask what concerts he's seen.
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