Which type of clothing do guys find more appealing on a girl in her early 20's?

assume the girl was dressing like this on an every day basis. which set do you prefer?

SET A: link

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SET B: link

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  • Set A-- classy and sophisticated
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  • Set B-- laid back and chill
    19% (3)44% (4)28% (7)Vote
  • Both-- a 20-something could pull off both looks well
    38% (6)33% (3)36% (9)Vote
  • Neither-- explain below
    18% (3)12% (1)16% (4)Vote
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Most Helpful Guy

  • The third and fourth link in set B.

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What Guys Said 6

  • Set b for sure, set just screams high maintenance, unless the occasion calls for it, it's way too classy for a daily basis

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  • im not really sure, which one I like better because id have to see you in both

    also. could you describe the names of each style and which social class uses which style more?

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    • set a is business casual, set b is normal teenager style. both are worn by people in the middle class.

    • then go with b. a is meant for business as you said. you want to stay casual

  • set B is more appealing

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  • Honestly it wouldn't matter. I'd be into the girl not what she's wearing.

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  • Link 2 in A is pretty casual

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  • Definitely B. I don't really like A at all.

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What Girls Said 3

  • oh god.

    i saw the link to the pics in set A.

    haven't seen the rest but go with set B.

    Ann Taylor is not for young girls. Don't take it the wrong way but they are damn expensive and their motto is to look more "classic".

    Meaning professional. Dressy.

    Which is fine for a business outfit, but not for informal, going out and living in everyday kind of wear.

    If you dress like that EVERYDAY, you will prematurely age yourself. Lookwise, anyway.

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  • I love set A :]

    but I think they can both be worn within the right moments.

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  • neither. Set A is too old and Set B is a bit too young

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