It's your visual language to the world." So wearing the wrong thing can say even more than you realize.
Here's what Turner and other experts in all things fashion and dating say you should never wear when that very special someone takes you home to meet the parents.
We've all seen it happen and it's not the kind of first impression you want to leave with your possible future in-laws.
Meeting a significant other's parents for the first time is an exciting –but incredibly nerve-racking –experience.
It often signals the next step in a relationship and, particularly if your significant other is close to his parents, could mean he's seeking their approval before moving forward. Of course you want to impress them, but it's also important to let your real personality shine.
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.
Elaine Turner said that the last thing you want to do is start off by possibly crossing lines with your significant other's parents.