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Most Helpful Girl
I like both. I still have a thing for the indie/alternative vibe and I also like more formal attire as well. But surely you can't walk around in a suit everywhere? What is the casual more flexible version of your classy? Extremely "preppy", or what?
I'm not really into people that describe themselves as "classy". It implies archaic stereotypes about people and more conservative views and tastes than I usually find attractive. If you're entire persona can be summed up by one word, and that defines you to the point that you feel you can predict others value based on what they wear, and deem them "less than" somehow, then you're not right for me anyway. I've known people like that, and while I may have found them attractive on some level, a lot of them were very inauthentic, very consumed with their image, and some where just intellectually incompatible.
So it comes back to the usual answer - it depends on the person as a whole. Who you really are, what your goals are, what is your world view, how do you view others/people in general, what are your values, how do we get along, etc. All of these things are more important to me that your outward persona, although that isn't completely irrelevant, and are far more impressive (or not) than how much "class" you think you have or how much "swag" for that matter.0
Most Helpful Guy
Another stupid picture trying to shame people by how they look. Are you gonna pay the hundreds of dollars that suits cost? Cause a good suit isn't cheap, at all, and you're gonna need more than one suit.
What about the shoes? Also expensive af.
Why aren't you a man for wearing a hat, or wearing a t-shirt and some jeans? What is so "unmanly" about that?
I do agree a man looks better in a suit, don't get me wrong, but saying you're not a man because you don't dress with a suit, it's stupid and pure ignorant.0