Thursday, August 14, 2014

Dress Code for Nudist Singles!

If you have agreed to meet a single nudist, always make sure you do the following:

Always ensure that your first meeting is in a public place. If you are keen to meet in a nudist environment, again, make sure it's either a well used public nude beach, or a local nudist club (if any) that you are familiar with. Always let someone know where you are going and what time you are expected back. Whilst it may sound over the top, you can never really know someone's intentions until you meet them face to face. Being prudent ensures that the outcome will hopefully be fun, exciting, and safe.
There is no special rules as regard what clothes you shall wear at the first date for nudist, should I be clothed or just wear my birthday suit?

OK, here are the dress code for the first date of nudist singles, it should not be major headache for nudists.

First date, even for single nudists, is most likely to be textile. You shouldn't go to an interview dressed like you're about to clear out asbestos - so dress for total impact and to impress. Make the best of what you've got and disguise what you haven't. That means not wearing tight T-shirts and jumpers that make a beer belly look like you're smuggling a basketball. Be aware of faux pas arrangements such as clashing primary colour, upturned collars, white socks with black shoes and rolling jacket sleeves up to the elbow. It's not 1987! If in doubt go for black, something slimming with a classic look. It's also a good idea to steer clear of any aftershave that might give the impression you've slept with a seal. A well kitted out guy looks as if he not only cares about himself but what the world thinks of him. Humor is also a good way to calm nerves and the combination of both, could be a winner!

And, here is my last advice for the first nudist dating:

Keep it short and sweet. If there are no signs of a red flag, have a second date. 

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