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Dress to Impress Russian Brides

19. September 2012 by Lorena 0 Comments

One of the first things that you can see when you look at pictures of Russian ladies is that fashion is very important to them. When you meet your bride to be for a date, you will find that she is perfectly put together every time. Russians and Ukrainians have a tendency to, by American standards, overdress for every occasion.


When you are visiting your Russian honey in her country, it’s best to do as the locals do. And, even if you aren’t ready to visit, these tips can help: apply these standards of dress when you take pictures for your profile, or to send to your new friend via email.


Make sure that all of the clothes that you bring with you are without stains or rips, flattering to your body type, and tailored to fit properly. If you’ve been getting in shape and have lost some weight, pick up some new clothes to complement your new physique.


Jeans and t-shirts will not be considered proper clothing for most occasions. Usually, you should wear some nice slacks and a collared shirt. Bring a travel iron to smooth out clothing that gets wrinkled during travel.


For dinner, especially at nicer restaurants, a jacket and tie will be required. Again, make sure that the items you choose fit you well, and are clean and pressed. Freshly polished dress shoes will set off your outfit nicely.


Make sure that you bring clothing that is right for the season. Russian winters can be bitingly cold. Bring a warm jacket and gloves if you are traveling in the winter months. In the summer, have a range of both short sleeve and long sleeve shirts. The weather tends to be in the 70s and 80s, but, there are sometimes some cooler days, too.


Your clothing doesn’t need to be the latest designer threads; simply being neat and well put together will show that you have put thought into what you wear. Your Russian honey will pull out all the stops to look perfect for you; return the favor by presenting her with your best possible self.


Photo: ltz