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How to ask a girl to dance

This article was co-authored by Eddy Baller and by wikiHow staff writer, Madeleine Criglow. Eddy Baller is a Dating Coach based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Coaching since 2011, Eddy specializes in confidence building, advanced social skills and relationships. He runs his own dating consulting and coaching service named Conquer and Win, the only BBB accredited dating coaching business in Vancouver. Conquer and Win helps men worldwide have the love lives they deserve. His work has been featured in The Art of Manliness, LifeHack, and POF among others.

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It can be pretty nerve-wracking to ask a girl to slow dance. You’ve got to wait for the right song, find a moment when she’s not dancing with someone else, and work up the courage to approach her on the dancefloor. All of these things aren’t so bad if you go for what you want with a confident attitude. If you’re looking for some advice on the perfect way to ask a girl to dance, this article is here to help.

How to ask a girl to dance

How to ask a girl to dance

How to ask a girl to dance

How to ask a girl to dance

Eddy Baller
Dating Coach Expert Interview. 7 February 2020.

  • Avoid turning her around or touching her to get her attention. Everyone has different physical boundaries, and this may make her uncomfortable.

How to ask a girl to dance

Eddy Baller
Dating Coach Expert Interview. 7 February 2020.

  • Keep it simple and classic: “Would you like to dance with me?”
  • Try a casual, confident intro: “Hey, let’s dance.” [8] X Expert Source

Eddy Baller
Dating Coach Expert Interview. 7 February 2020.

  • You can also try a more formal approach: “May I have this dance?”
  • Throw in a compliment if you’re feeling brave: “I noticed you across the room and I knew I had to ask. Can we dance together?”
  • If you’re nervous, honesty can be pretty charming! Say something like: “I’ve been working up the courage to ask you all night.”
  • Don’t worry about being clever or funny when you ask her. Confidence and directness are what matter most! [9] X Expert Source