Meeting a significant other's parents for the first time is an exciting –but incredibly nerve-racking –experience.
Even if they aren't workout leggings, which we already know to avoid, you're better off leaving your Lu La Roe at home. She said, "It's a classic debate, but when meeting the parents, leave this conundrum at home and opt for a pair of secure denim." Noted."If you have a cute outfit on and you could potentially see yourself wearing it to the club, that's a good indication that you should wear it to meet your boyfriend's parents," she said.Caitlin Bergstein, a Boston-based matchmaker with Three Day Rule, agreed.While you may think classic dark colors are a perfectly neutral way to approach your outfit selection, David Zyla, an Emmy award-winning stylist and best-selling author of suggests this may not be your best bet. "Save your best shade of red for date night, as in this situation it may come off too aggressive or sexy," Zyla added. "Instead, opt for a color found in your iris," Zyla said.
He said to "steer clear of a dark neutral such as black or charcoal, as it conveys a sense of mystery, as if you may be concealing something." No neutrals, got it. "If eyes are the window to the soul, this energetic friendly shade will convey a warm and friendly 'I am a really nice person' vibe." It doesn't matter if you're going out later and want to save time, or if you feel like the nicest, trendiest clothes you own are the ones you wear clubbing with your girlfriends – Michelle Dimarco, celebrity stylist and owner of Lilac and Lilies Boutique, says just don't wear your club threads to meet the folks.Standing up for what you believe in is super important, but it's equally important to weigh the impact of first impressions alongside your desire to express your beliefs.