We've all been there.
The super attractive guy you met on that dating app, shows up to the restaurant and you're blown away -- but not in a positive sense. He's very attractive, but what he's wearing happens to be a total turn off. You've never been the materialistic type, but your pride isn't letting you look past the 4XL t-shirt on his medium body frame and the fuzzy Kangol hat he's wearing on his head reminds you of your grandfather when you were growing up. Not the best combination.
What a guy wears on a date can easily be a hit or miss and believe it or not, it has nothing to do with being shallow. If you've been there than you know just how embarrassing it can be, especially when you have a pretty amazing sense of style yourself. Keep scrolling to see the most questionable things guys show up wearing on dates according to Cosmopolitan.
Boot-cut jeans with dress shoes.
"For equality sake, this look is gross on women too, but the real problem here is, why are you still wearing boot-cut jeans, Billy Ray Cyrus? Also, if you're going to wear a boot-cut jean, why not wear them with a boot as God and denim manufacturers intended?"
Square-toed shoes of any kind.
"Unless you just came over on the Mayflower or you're a Civil War re-enacter, these never need to make an appearance pretty much anywhere in public."
Your favorite team's jersey.
"I totally applaud your devotion to whoever that guy with that number is, but we're on a date, so maybe your favorite "shirt it's cool to spill nachos on" can sit this one out."
Long exercise shorts that make you look like a back-up dancer.
"You are not going to a pick-up basketball game after our date (unless you assumed you weren't getting laid afterward, which was actually correct in this case, so good call)."
An oversize polo shirt and jeans.
"Polo shirt? Good! Polo shirt that can double as a tent where hundreds of children could gather underneath during a hail storm? Not good. And be honest, if I showed up in a super baggy T-shirt and jeans you'd be like, "You are disgusting," and sneak out the bathroom window like they do in movies."
Waaaaay too much cologne.
"Forcibly knocking a woman out with your Axe body spray should be considered a form of assault punishable by taking away your Axe body spray until you learn how to respect it."
Backwards baseball caps.
"As Cher from Clueless expertly said, "It looks like they just fell out of bed and put on some baggy pants and take their greasy hair — ew — and cover it up with a backwards cap and like, we're expected to swoon? I don't think so. ""
Ladies, steer clear.