imo a real man who has absolute confidence in himself and know his way perfectly around women and around the world, will not wear anything other than a black/white T-shirt/shirt and a pair of jeans/black pants, or a suit.
Not because he is clueless about fashion but rather he knows that only a real man can feel absolute confidence in even the simplest dress code, that he is such an alpha male that any other fashion item would be unnecessary and scream "look at me!" which is very un-manly.
Think of Vito Corleone or James Bond: do they need anything other than a suit to prove to himself and the world that he is the sh*t? NO.
and that's why it annoys me to no end that many girls these days seem to go for guys, the hipster/metrosexual types, who clearly care about fashion and wear clothes that make you glance at them out of the corner of your eyes because you are both amused and embarrassed that a guy can dress like that, and you feel pity for them Because you know it's clearly a sign of deep insecurity and narcissism which leads to an attention seeking sense of fashion, which is not something that a real man would do.
If you guys still think that is OK, then I have nothing more to say.
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Firstly James Bond wears a tailored, slim fit Tom Ford designer suit, its not like he just rolled out of bed and into the first thing he found so perhaps not a good analogy. Vito Corleone was played by Marlon Brando one of the most stylish men of his time, the same with Connery, Moore and especially Daniel Craig. You don't get the Bond role by being a fashion delinquent. Tight shirts, tight trousers, squeezed into skinny jeans - metrosexual look? Also what Daniel Craig wears.
I prefer my men in a tshirt and jeans(not skinny) but I also believe that you should have a choice. I will probably chuckle a little but will think good for you. But I do think it has become extremely difficult to tell a straight guy from a not straight guy simply by their clothes. I remember when a guy wearing a scarf was considered something no straight guy would do. There is a massive difference between a guy having style and a guy that follows every trend and fad simply because its "in fashion". Some people do wear stuff just to get noticed others do it simply because the follow without question. And that applies to women too.
Fashion was never something straight guys admitted to following or having an interest in but the world is changing. There are many straight guys that are leading the fashion industry its no longer "gay". A real man does his own thing, he doesn't care what others think nor does he need to prove anything.1