Just curious, because I know some women think a man is "handsome" or "good-looking" just based on his style (and I'm sure it's vice versa too). I mean, even I've been called handsome just because I was wearing a suit! What about when I'm not wearing a suit!
So I ask, what gets your attention more?
A guy's biological features - facial structure, body physique, complexion, etc
A guy's appearance/style - how kempt he is, how he's groomed, sharpness, etc
Essentially, it's comparable to ask - would you prefer a man who is well-groomed, dresses sharp (or whatever your preference is) who is ugly in the face and out of shape? or a man who is very handsome in the face and has a great body, but is shlubby in his appearance?
well you know a handsome and fit guy can look good in pretty much everything. For all the others, style is key in how women see you.
So many guys wear really unflattering clothes. You can pull of shorts and t shirt when you look like liam hemsworth link but not if you look like jack black link Both look better in suits, but proportionally there Jack Black makes a much bigger improvment.
To answer your question, I'd take a hot body/face over style any day
Style. Being hygienic, wearing clothes that fit you and look good, being healthy and taking care of your appearance takes up toughly 70% of actual attractiveness in my opinion. The rest is purely biological.
A guy could look like a Greek god, but if he dressed like a hobo and smelled like a sewer rat, I wouldn't even want to touch him with a stick.
I really appreciate a guy with a nice clothing and shoes style (probably more so than a conventionally handsome face), but whether or not I would date him over the handsome-face guy depends a lot on how “out of shape” he is. If he’s got like, a big beer belly going on, or is just plain overweight, then I’m not really interested. He’s also gotta be taller than me, but I’m not picky by how much.
I guess if you consider being fit a biological feature, I’ll take the shlubb. I really, really do love when guys have a nice clothing style, though. Such a turn on.
I'd say both. He can be handsome all he wants, if he dresses like a gangsta, I'm not considering him. Also, if he's unattractive, but dresses the way I like, I won't consider him either. So there needs to be a good balance of both. And no, I'm not expecting him to be perfect in both ways. I merely expect him to have a good balance of style and attractiveness.
Biological is the quickest to pull me in, and style is the fastest to put me off. I don't like a lot if styles on guys, no flat rimmed hats with the sticker still on, no fedoras, no glasses that turn into sunglasses when you go outside, no tank tops, I basically don't like it when guys try to have "style"... Turns me off. Maybe because I don't like anything. I prefer that a guy just look nice, or easy. Not trendy. But I can fall in love with a face no matter what it's wearing. No preference with the faces though. I don't just like blond or brown or blue or green or tan or fair, I just like cute. Either got it or ya don't. Many different ways to get it though
I would say his style, but the other day I saw a guy with a really, really good style, but his face was just sort of repelling me. (I'm sorry) He was most unattractive person I've ever seen. So now, I say 60 % biological, 40% style
Both are pretty important to me but I think style beats out biology by a little bit. The reason is that it takes mostly luck to be biologically good looking and exercise over time to make a good body, but it takes effort on a daily basis to have good style and good hygiene. A guy who is always dressed well and groomed never takes a day off from taking care of himself. A guy with a pretty face and a hot body can be totally lazy and it may not even show.
A for sure ! I don't care if he is well groomed. In fact I don't like it when guys are into their appearance a lot... It repels me! It shows a lot about their character..! I like him to be clean, handsome, cute, polite and it really doesn't matter what he's wearing...
C, both are equally unimportant its all about personality for me
I believe everyone should be well-groomed, dress nicely, and take care of their appearance. But it is the biological aspects that are more attractive I believe- the one thing you can't change and that will (hypothetically) get passed on to your offspring.
I answered biological, although I do think both are important.
Biological makes a bigger difference but grooming can help anyone look better like a man with well groomed hair especially if he slicks it a little bit, good facial grooming and wears a suit. But at the end of the day a suit will not make an ugly guy hot if he is ugly.
Attraction is based mostly on biological features. This is a survival mechanism to ensure healthy offspring. Fancy shoes do not mean he will give you healthy kids! If a woman says she finds a guy's style attractive she is either lying or believes that his so called 'style' is an indicator of his personal wealth, which today is also important to many women.