And, despite over-50s claiming they are less fussy, 18% say they worry about their date having tattoos.
Whilst there’s a distinct increase in the number of over-50s seeking love – in 2016, double the number of over-50s considered online dating to find romance compared to 2013 – it seems first date nerves exists at all ages.So, what do the UK’s over 50s really worry about when it comes to dating?According to new research from Warner Leisure Hotels, one-third (33 per cent) of the 2,000* over-50s surveyed claim they worry they will look too old, 27 per cent are concerned about feeling nervous and almost one-in-ten (9 per cent) panic about their own fashion sense.The platform offers up a grid of images, where users can pull any sort of photos to their profiles, from art to travel spots to social media photos with friends.Potential partners then browse and determine matches based off their image-heavy profiles.We enjoy providing a sociable atmosphere, welcoming guests whether they’re coming with friends, a loved one or alone.
Where else do the over 50s go to dance, laugh, celebrate, have fun and meet new and old friends?
"Statistically speaking, men can send up to 300 messages to women without getting an answer, so women end up with tons of messages in their online dating inboxes.
We think if the messaging costs money, you'll think a little bit more about what you send," she said.
Warner Leisure Hotels specialises in UK short activity breaks just for grown-ups.
Would online dating be easier if you could be judged by your inspiring photos rather than a paragraph of forced words and awkwardly cropped images?
Jones sees Dreamcliq as a way for users to "express themselves differently." "It's a totally different dating experience when you have a profile that is based off the images you love, not just images of yourself," Jones told Racked.