Women with sisters and friends who wear the same size have long known that borrowing outfits is an acceptable way to enhance their wardrobe. Those who are still single and dating often find that borrowing clothes or accessories gives them a wider window of opportunity to look good, and they generally are aware of what styles and colours their friends or family possess. While they will eventually need to address the situation if they are with a partner who takes them to many events not covered by their own closet of clothes, doing it for the first few dates is more than acceptable.
Women’s clothing comes in a wide range of colours, fabrics and styles. Many outfits are designed to be accessorized, and it can be a daunting task to get dressed for a date. If the date is one where they are expected to dress far beyond their humble means, borrowing a special dress from a friend will often begin the process of putting an outfit together.
Accessories are important, and the variety available today can be shocking to those who care little for what they wear on most occasions. Being able to add the right belt, earrings, necklace, bracelet, and even a purse can become agonizing if the date is an important one. Impressing the other person might be part of the reason for the agony, but even just liking the other person can bring on the pain.
Finding the right matches is important for women who want to feel confident on a date, but they should not do it more than a few times. If the person they are with constantly demands more than the wardrobe they can afford, it can put a strain on their friendships or their relationship. Dating has many pits to fall into, and constantly borrowing outfits can be one of them.