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Dress and skirt outfits of Korean female stars that you would not want to wear on a first date 

You’d better avoid these mistakes when choosing your outfits. 

When it comes to women’s clothing, dresses and skirts are the most common items. If you’re picking a dress or skirt outfit for a first date and want to impress the person you’re meeting, check out the following outfits of Korean female celebrities that you should not follow.

Dress and skirt outfits you shouldn't wear on a first date
Wearing a large floral patterned two-string maxi dress and platform sandals like Red Velvet’s Joy is only suitable if you are heading to the beach or taking a casual walk. This is not a good option for a date. 
Dress and skirt outfits you shouldn't wear on a first date
Lace and see-through have never been easy to coordinate, even Tiffany looks somewhat weird in it, so you’d better stay away from these two materials.
Dress and skirt outfits you shouldn't wear on a first date
A highlight for the outfit is enough, too many patterns like Chungha will cause confusion and distraction. If you already pick a patterned skirt, then you should go for a one-color top to balance it out.
Dress and skirt outfits you shouldn't wear on a first date
Wearing a minidress with knee-high boots can make you look more edgy and attractive, but too high like HyunA is counterproductive, making the overall outfit look stuffy. 
Dress and skirt outfits you shouldn't wear on a first date
If this is your first date, don’t put see-through clothes on your list of options. Imagine if you were dressed like Lee Sung Kyung, sitting across from “that person”, wouldn’t it be awkward?
Dress and skirt outfits you shouldn't wear on a first date
This is a combination you shouldn’t wear to work let alone on a date. Instead, choose a black high-waisted, calf-length skirt, combined with a camisole if you want to be sexy, a square-neck long-sleeve shirt if you want to be discreet, and black pointed-toe heels. 
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