Love In The Stars

By MWB Desk

This is your perfect date, based on your zodiac sign


(March 21st to April 19th)
You better be packing a lot of energy if you’re on an Aries-style perfect date. This fiery and fearless sign likes dates that get physical or competitive like riding fast and furious go-carts, indoor or outdoor rock climbing that works up a sweat.


(April 20th to May 21st)
Taureans like the finer things in life, so if you want to date one, plan a high-class experience. Splurge on a fancy dinner with all the stops, a classy museum tour or an art show; this elegant earth sign likes it luxe, and knows they deserve to be spoiled.


It’s hard to have a bad date with this fun sign. Geminis are easy-going and charming, and look for experiences that involve entertainment and stimulation. Catch a blockbuster, or plan a double date, check out a lively street festival, or go on a road trips. The one thing you want to figure in is that there will be lots and lots of talking. This is catnip for this highly mental sign.


(June 22nd to July 22nd)
The one sign to Netflix and actually chill, think of low-key, comfy activities when planning the perfect date with a Cancer. A walk in the park or a romantic rickshaw ride followed by a home-cooked meal is what this sensitive water sign truly appreciates. Picnics, melas, and cuddling under a sunset sky are other ways of appealing to their romantic side. A naturally caregiving sign, they love it when you know how to reciprocate.


When dating this sun-ruled sign, dress up to attend the theatre or a snazzy film premiere, followed by dinner at a trending hotel or the most-talked-about restaurant in town. A pool party with fancy cocktails or a karaoke night that puts them in the spotlight might also be just the ticket. Dating a Leo is never boring, of course – as long as can you can keep up with them.


(August 23rd to September 22nd)
The perfectionist sign of the zodiac needs a lot of meticulous planning to please. Have backup plans for your backup plans. This sign is practical and smart as a whip, so think book store date, trivia nights, or indulge their crafty, health freak sides with a pottery class where they can polish their skills, or sign up for a joint yoga session.


What could go wrong with a sign that appreciates art, style, and music? Libras are known for their excellent taste, so take them to a fashion show, a gallery crawl, or plan a shopping day around town. Whichever you decide, make sure you have the perfect outfit for the occasion.


Scorpios love anything exotic and a good mystery to solve. Escape room? Scavenger hunt? Murder mystery night? Sign them up! Follow up with dinner and a show at somewhere with mood lighting, and you’ve got yourself a happy Scorpion.


(November 23rd to December 21st)
The most adventurous of the zodiac signs, to hook an Archer, give them a target. Usually, a getaway is the ideal date. Plan for an adventure, whether it’s hiking, biking, or laser tag, and they’ll be looking forward to the next date with you.


If a busy, driven Capricorn has agreed to go on a date with you, you’ve already won half the battle. The classic and traditional dates, like dinner and a movie will make them happy. If you’re trying to get them to dial back and relax a little, book a duo spa day, so you can both de-stress.


If you want to date cool kid Aquarius, get ready to get weird. This intellectual air sign is a communication wizard who enjoys quirky and eccentric scenes. Think Comicon. Think rock concerts, or LARP events. An afternoon spent browsing through the second-hand book stores in Nilkhet would be a dream outing, but don’t rule out quirky, novelty places like the Upside Down museum. 


(February 19th to March 20th)
To woo a romance-obsessed Pisces, you have to be prepared to be present in the moment. Open air concerts, magic shows, poetry slams, or even a slow, romantic boat ride is the way into a Piscean’s heart. Just remember to give them your full attention.

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