I was curious as to who is buying all the push-up bras and other things that make your chest look bigger, etc... do you buy these things primarily when you're single, or do you continue to do so in a relationship or marriage?
As in my discussion below, the point of the question is, are these things part of "looking nice", whether you're single or committed, or do you dress that way to get attention from people in general?
After you get in a relationship you get comfortable and start to dress more relaxed. I admit that since my fiance have been serious I don't dress up as much. I do however, like to dress up for him every now and again when we go out. I don't need push up bras but I do tend to pull out my nicer lingerie.
There are many reasons why people dress up. They range from wanting to dress up for yourself, dressing up for fun, dressing up to attract other people, dressing up to make up for what you lack in self esteem and dressing up because someone else did and you don't want to be the oddball out. We all have different reasons. Personally I dress up every now and again because it's fun to get dolled up every now and again. Not for other people but for myself. It's like Halloween, dressing up is fun.
I'd want to keep him interested. But I might pop by his house with more laid back attire because I feel like he'd accept me.
Good question. I'm not sure.
I think I would change my dressing habits for the better especially if I'm in a relationship with a guy that's a good dresser. I dress kinda plain and I'm not into fashion (well I am into it but I don't really wear fashionable clothes, I just like to look at them in magazines and stuff). I wouldn't want to look worse than my boyfriend.
Not sure if you were looking for answers from guys as well, but my 2 cents is that I don't change a thing about my dress when I'm in a relationship. I always dress the way I want, stylish but comfortable, always appropriate. Having a girlfriend doesn't change that for me.