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?
Here’s where it gets challenging – she’s forming opinions on just about every aspect of what she sees, including your posture, facial expression, and the clothes you’re wearing.As long as it’s not a selfie, it’s obvious you were there with at least one other person, right?Remember, this is all about letting her imagine a lifestyle.If you're lucky enough to be a guy in his early 20s, good news – you can skip the suit shot – it might actually hurt your chances by making you seem too serious or even uptight.But you can still convey success by choosing a picture of you at a nice club, restaurant, or other “luxurious” surroundings. You don’t want to look like you’re bragging, and survey data indicates that 81% of singles want to see casual photos showing your everyday life. But when you're choosing a photo, keep a sharp eye on the surroundings.When you’re in a picture with guys less attractive than you, you look even more attractive by comparison.