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Don’t wear these clothes if you want to secure a second date

Jasmine Andersson March 16, 2018

Securing that sweet second date can be tough craic in this austere dating climate.

Grappling with the likes of ghosting, submarining, breadcrumbing, and whatever other “ing” you fancy, finding a person you fancy and getting them to fancy you back *just* the right amount is fucking hard work.

That’s why we’re on hand to guide you with the best current affairs knowledge in the business: what terrible clothes are you wearing that are hindering you from securing that second meet?

Well according to Zoosk’s findings, there are ten offensive items you simply must avoid to land a second date – 6,646 of its members joined in to rank them, in fact.

Coming in first place in the ultimate clothing no nos with a stonking 66% are wrinkled clothes.

(Channel 4 Picture Publicity)

Crocs take a surprising third place in the survey, coming in with a 53% repulsion rate – which is quite surprising for arguably the worst fashion item of all time.

So, what could be worse than Crocs? Crocs plus socks, of course! A stunning 55% of participants thought that there is nothing more offensive than pairing some sandals with socks.

We’re not quite sure how 45% managed to state their claim that granny panties really put them off – sounds like they might have had sex with the other person, or something.

The full rankings of the survey can be found below:

1) 66% – Wrinkled clothes
2) 55% – Socks and sandals
3) 53% – Crocs
4) 50% – Baggy clothes
5) 45% – Granny panties
6) 45% – Board shorts/swimwear
7) 44% – Dressing too young for your age
8) 39% – Pants that are too short/long
9) 38% – Low-rise/slung pants
10) 34% – Super tight shirts

Wrinkly baggy board short wearers, you have been warned.

More: crocs, dating, dating fashion, fashion, first date, second date

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