This is called “signalling,” and it can make or break your online dating photos.
Think of it this way – she’s going to imagine herself in the lifestyle the photo conveys. You're visually communicating that you’re interesting, you'll take her to exotic places, and most importantly, that you have the financial means to do it.
A picture of you dressed nicely at a rooftop bar, a restaurant on the beach, or a yacht could have the same effect.
But avoid the cliché pictures of you rocking a rented tux at a wedding. You want to convey that you look this good all the time.
As Tinder’s sociologist Jessica Carbino put it, why risk disappointing her when she realizes you’re not the one she was hoping to meet?
In fact, researchers have proven that the “Ugly Friend Effect” not only exists, it works.
Tired of feeling frustrated every time you check your online dating sites and apps?