Obviously the way a man dresses is gonna affect how you see him, it says what type of person he is, but until what point does attractiveness affect how critical you are to the way he dresses?
Lets say the man is extremely handsome, but he dresses sloppy, with sweatpants, an overly-used hoodie, and some dirty shoes.
How would you view this guy? And how different would you view a man that is not so attractive, average, or ugly?
If he approaches you, would you accept or decline, given that he was a gentleman and respectful towards you?
Most Helpful Girl
If a man was very handsome but wore the clothes you juwt described I'd be like what a pitty he looks so good but those clothes... He's not presentable. This has happened many times. In fact his sloppy appearance will affect his handsome face and his body will be hidden under those ugly clothes.
On the other hand if a guy is just average or even a tad bit under average but knows how to dress appropriately I won't even notice his less than perfect features. It's the whole package that counts. I'll be impressed by how he takes good care of himself. I mean for some unknown reason I even look at a guy's shoes to determine how used the heel of his shoes are...2
Most Helpful Guy
Women are being nice here... and not very self-aware.
Yes it matters, especially when you're out of college, but upping your dress even by a few degrees will do wonders.
Seriously, test it. Go out dressed great, then go out dressed poorly. Write down how people respond to you. Then after a month or two, compare the notes.
That's what I did. The results are night and day.2