Girl next door for sure. If anyone looks at me they would assume the "soft goth look" (skater, punk band, etc) but it comes down to one thing. Whenever anyone is creating a look instead they are trying to project an identity and it makes me feel that they are not relying on their personality for their self-identity. Its almost like being lazy in my view as your identity is between your ears, in your mind, not your clothes or makeup and if a girl (of a guy) isn't overtly projecting a self identity and more ambiguous, then I interpret it as them being more mysterious and grounded and confident
Sorry for not being specific, dear Miss. I think you pull-off each look you have represented here. Sure, I favor a particular nature of appearance that I'm mostly attracted to. However, my instinctual allurements recognize no parameters. A graceful, delicate beauty can be appreciated as much as a stone-cold sexuality. It's all about the... mood... a look imbues. We're feeling creatures, capable of many moods. That you can "become" many moods too, is a remarkably appealing facet!
They're both fine, I have a preference for the soft goth (or grunge) look, but it also can come off as immature, depends on the person. The more important thing to me is that extremely light / pastel colors and overly-feminine styles are actually somewhat of a turn off.