This may be a funny question... but I'm quite serious. It's funny... when I go out, I usually dress like this:
However... the only people I tend to get compliments from are other guys (straight or gay... doesn't matter) and older women in their late 30s. Only very, very, very rarely will a woman in my age range (I am 25) compliment me on my fashion.
So... my question for you ladies - how do you want your man to dress? What do you think looks attractive?
After reading a lot of these posts... you ladies aren't really into sophisticated men... huh? Lol
The BIGGEST No's [for me] about clothing: -Holes - Cut clothing -Bedazzled/reflective -Baggy (a little bag is fine. Pants need to stay on your ass without you having to pull them up every 2 minutes) - Crocs/sandals - Hawaiian Shirts (Personally don't like them) - Skin tight clothes (unless working out; then idrc) - Dirty - Too small/short
if that's ur style then i like it a lot.! I'm fine with anything from a casual shirt and jeans to a suit.
i think it's easier for me to say what styles i dislike on men: - skinny jeans that dont have much leg room - densely patterned clothes - wearing pants down at the knees -.- - sandals. i really dislike sandals on men. - neons. goes for both guys and girls.
I think that is very attractive, and you should stay true to your style. I like seeing a man dress up. Something you should try is vary your style slightly, just to catch the attention of girls who just got used to how you normally dress. I like suits, etc. But my close second is a soft t-shirt and shorts/jeans. It's more casual, and makes me think of a guy in a different way, like home on the weekend if we were living together, just lazing around or cuddling or something. Long story short, mix it up some to keep it interesting, but don't completely change your style. Fashion goes along with personality really well, and you shouldn't pretend to be something you aren't.
I just like casual things, I guess? A t-shirt and jeans is totally fine with me. I guess I really like when my boyfriend wears this black button-up shirt that kinda has a floral-y design on it, that's really hot, and I like his navy coat too that's just above floor length. It's easier to say what I don't like, I think, which would be skinny jeans, neon colours, sandals, saggy trousers, ripped clothing.
I like both business casual dockers, buttoned down shirts, tie optional - and someone looking comfortable in jeans and t-shirts that fit well, but as long as his wardrobe contains more than a rainbow of polo shirts, I'm probably not going to complain about how he dresses.
But I really hate polo shirts. They scream ''I know I'm not supposed to wear a t-shirt, but lack any imagination about how to solve the issue so this ugly shirt with a collar will have to do.''
Well isn't it a bigger compliment to be complimented by a guy? Thats how its with girls anyways. I always compliment girls and as they notice that im serious, they get so happy, cos they dont excpect honest compliments from a girl. And the fact that older women like you maybe indicates that you look much more mature than others at your age. I would date you, if you asked me out... maybe I'd ask you out :D
You should dress the way that you feel comfortable. Cos confidence is what women like ;)
i prefer a more casual look. if its a special occasion then yeah you should dress up but outfits like that every day are too "pretty boy" for me. i love dressing up too (i love high heels, have a lot of skirts and dresses, and like a drawer full of jewelry) but if its just a casual place, then i dress casually and i like when guys do too. and i can't stand those kind of shoes i dont know what it is about them but they just really turn me off. i prefer sneakers. just a t shirt, jeans or shorts, and sneakers is perfect to me. i'll most likely look more dressed up, i've always been into fashion but i dont like when guys are just as into it. something plain and simple is what i like.
Honestly, if you'd see James Bond wearing it, I'll love a guy who can pull it off. My problem is, most guys don't seem comfortable when they're dressed that way. They look like boys being forced to dress up for church, and that's not attractive.
I like that style but then I date older blokes who dress in suits and dress smart so I think that style is more mature. Definitely for me though. I'm not crazy about anyone who dressed gangster or anything? I like smart clothing.
well, just casual jeans and a tight v-neck t-shirt to show his muscles. And he has to wear shoes or sneakers (i hate flip flop. And a leather jacket would do good. And i'm also love guys who gel his hair.(call me picky, but that's just my type of men)
I'm attracted in guys who don't look like trying too much. Otherwise I don't feel confident; I prefer to be the coquettish. So maybe I'm a bit bizarre but I would even prefer a guy who has basically no style (but still, he must be beautiful!) rather than someone too sophisticated for me. I'm kind of a 'norm-core' I think.
But at the same time, I like very casual clothes when they fit nice (nice pair of dark jeans, simple t-shirts with please no text written on it and no v-neck!) …when paired with some specific and nice details: nice bag (not that mainstream Herschel bag everyone has), nice pair of shoes…
I like both styles, casual and sophisticated... it really depends on the situation. On a date, at church, at a party, or anything like these I prefer my man to be wearing something nice, and not just casual clothing. If we are on a date at the beach or movies, instead of a nice restaurant or any other time I prefer casual and lose... It make me feel more comfortable around him.
Be yourself!!! She will feel bad if you try to dress a certain way only for her!!! Some others will might find it sweet. I'm a Libra so I feel this way, depends on what star sign she is for me to determine if she would be more inclined to like it or not like it
I love this style! you can go a bit more casual like a jeans and polo shirt, like something u just thrown on and yet look groomed. i don't like it when guys wear girly patterns and outfits (like flowery patterns etc, over tight clothing) and i dont know why but there is something about collars that attracts me and rolled up sleeves ! And t shirts with too much animated stuff makes him look less manly ( I don't know that is the impression i get ) although some celebrities pull it off
I disagree, of a women telling me to dress. i know to dress. i get mad that of people telling what to do. All, my families member know how upset when i be control. i have a question: How it feel that a men tell a women to dress? She will feel the same way.