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Here's a question for you ladies....if you had a dinnerdate and specific clothing requests were not made, what would you wear....do you have a favourite dress for the occassion, buy something that goes with your tastes, the latest fashion etc etc....

Your thoughts would be much appreciated, and guys, obviously feel free to comment aso...

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Here's a question for you ladies....if you had a dinnerdate and specific clothing requests were not made, what would you wear....do you have a favourite dress for the occassion, buy something that goes with your tastes, the latest fashion etc etc....

Your thoughts would be much appreciated, and guys, obviously feel free to comment aso...

A bin liner fashioned artistically can be quite becoming in these hard economical times I find....

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It would depend on where the dinner date was. I'd choose a different outfit if it was to Pizza Express than to The Wolseley or Le Gavroche!

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I usually tell my lady the type of place that I have in mind so that she can dress accordingly - posh frocks sometimes but not for Pizza Express!

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I had a long, stretchy black dress with sparkles through it. It worked everywhere. If i threw a denim jacket over it we could go to pizza express. A leather coat and we could go to a nice restaurant. I mourn that dress, I loved it.

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Always dress up but bring back up clothes xx

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It would depend on where the dinner date was. I'd choose a different outfit if it was to Pizza Express than to The Wolseley or Le Gavroche!

What she said, and I always make sure I know where I'm going so I can choose accordingly - I once had two dinner dates in as many nights during a London trip and I was mortified to find myself in the same restaurant both nights in the same frock because it was the only suitable thing I had packed.

I have been known to look extremely mangy in the Wolseley on a Sunday morning, but it's allowed when I'm not being paid. In fact I think it's obligatory on a Sunday morning :).

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Was out on Friday with a lady who had half of the midrift missing from a very short (but elegent) dress....please do not get confused with a lapdancers dress, this dress was designed to turn heads and make a statement...and it had the desired effect...

Anyway, I was about to post that some ladies would look good in a bin bag.....

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Always dress up but bring back up clothes xx

I'd hope you don't leave them in the restaurant as a tip!!!!!! :P

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Anyway, I was about to post that some ladies would look good in a bin bag.....

And even better out of it :D

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I don't follow fashion as such, I buy what I like and what suits me because not all fashions fit all figures.

Dinner date I'll wear a skirt and top, or dress that finished just above the knee along with a decent pair of heels. If the weather is scorching I'll forgo stockings and opt for bare legs and strappy sandals.

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Here's a question for you ladies....if you had a dinnerdate and specific clothing requests were not made, what would you wear....do you have a favourite dress for the occassion, buy something that goes with your tastes, the latest fashion etc etc....

Your thoughts would be much appreciated, and guys, obviously feel free to comment aso...

Never a scenario thats relevant to me as i have no interest in on the clock dinnerdates. When off the clock i dont care in the slightest what anyone wears, thats up to them, i will usually dress depending on the surroundings.

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It would depend on where we were going, I'm a clothes hoarder so I'd find something that flatters my figure. and is fairly conservative but very sexy, so legs or boobs or back revealing - always wear heels, unless my date is short himself. Telling your client you're not wearing any knickers can sometimes break the ice nicely :D

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Telling your client you're not wearing any knickers can sometimes break the ice nicely :D

Mmm I love that sort of whisper in the ear!! Might have to skip the dinner though :D

I've taken a couple of WGs out on dates, and both times they overdressed. Probably my taste, but society is more dress down nowadays. Next time I think I'll tell them what I'd like them to wear. Too dressy is too obvious at times.

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Never understand the finishing touches....lipstick, gloss....nails (both hands and feet) and the lingering scent of a devine perfume...

Light tan optional...

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Mmm I love that sort of whisper in the ear!! Might have to skip the dinner though :D

I've taken a couple of WGs out on dates, and both times they overdressed. Probably my taste, but society is more dress down nowadays. Next time I think I'll tell them what I'd like them to wear. Too dressy is too obvious at times.

Well you can always go and eat afterwards!

Mmm no-one wants to look like they've had to pay for their date ('look at that guy with the hooker on table 5'), or do they?

I suppose I'm not your 'stereotypical' blonde/fake boobs/artificial nails type of WG, though I do love red lipstick, and the effect it has on men LOL. :D

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I like to dress quite classy but still sexy for a dinner date.

Usually hair down and wavy, a pair of Christian Louboutin heels and a nice dress, usually something simple like a little black dress or a white dress that can be very seductive but still simple.

Or dependent on where we are going sometimes a pair of heels tight trouser/pencil skirt and shirt if for more of a business outing etc.

Cx

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I went to a hotel in Leeds last year time for a dinner date type of meet.

I saw two older guys stood near me at the bar, one blokes phone goes and off he goes.

He came back with two very young ladies, one I recognised off the purple site.

The shake of hands and the peck on the cheek was done.

Then I heard one of the girls say "shall we go over here it will be more discrete".

They were dressed like they were going out to a night club, they stuck out a mile at that type of hotel.

Two older blokes with two young girls.....

My chap looked and said he thought they must be escorts.

Very smart will do for me, if I have to call it a look, the sexy sec look probably.

Lucy :)

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Here's a question for you ladies....if you had a dinnerdate and specific clothing requests were not made, what would you wear....do you have a favourite dress for the occassion, buy something that goes with your tastes, the latest fashion etc etc....

Your thoughts would be much appreciated, and guys, obviously feel free to comment aso...

Different dresses for different events. If a request has not been made, I will make my own judgement and dress appropriately

I have many, many dresses/gowns/sarees but will often go out and buy a new one.

My dresses sometimes cost more than the dinner dates themselves, but no complaints from me. It's all part of the fun.

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I have a good range of dresses for dining out, but I think my favourite ones are wrap around dresses. They usually look smart and feminine and they are very, very easy to dispense with when necessary.

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I had a long, stretchy black dress with sparkles through it. It worked everywhere. If i threw a denim jacket over it we could go to pizza express. A leather coat and we could go to a nice restaurant. I mourn that dress, I loved it.

LS: What hapenned to this dress? Surely client did not eat it away from you bit by bit? (It did hapenned before with one of mine, when client run out of his supply of his fav Morrisons Corned Beef in the tin). Can't see why my dress could taste the same?

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We've had edible knickers and now its edible dresses....whatever next LOL

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If never see another maxi dress I'll be happy. Pretty much guaranteed to make any girl look dumpy.

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Mmm I love that sort of whisper in the ear!! Might have to skip the dinner though :D

I've taken a couple of WGs out on dates, and both times they overdressed. Probably my taste, but society is more dress down nowadays. Next time I think I'll tell them what I'd like them to wear. Too dressy is too obvious at times.

I'm with you Beaufort. I tend to err on the side of dressing down. People do seem to dress down these days.

I'd probably wear heels(I'm 5'1") some skinny jeans and a nice top.

And I agree with the girl saying nice hair and nails can't be underestimated, just makes you feel good.

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I'm with you Beaufort. I tend to err on the side of dressing down. People do seem to dress down these days.

I'd probably wear heels(I'm 5'1") some skinny jeans and a nice top.

And I agree with the girl saying nice hair and nails can't be underestimated, just makes you feel good.

Nice hair and expecially nice nails (don't have to be long, just well maintained, and fab varnish/ gel makes any girl look fantastic, dressed up or down

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