I really don't see myself as anything all that special looks-wise, maybe on the better looking side of average, but I wouldn't say I turn heads. However I like to buy nice clothes and have a casual/smart-casual style of dress. Nice sweaters, button-downs, v-neck t-shirts, a good pair of jeans... I mix it up. I've been wearing a nice designer leather jacket during the cold months and always wear a nice cologne. I shower daily. lol
Even though in reality I may not be one to attract much attention, I do see myself in a really positive way. I'm just worried that I may see myself being greater than I really am? Maybe that's not the correct wording but that's sort of how I feel. Something like that. Or that I'm dressing beyond my personal attractiveness. Is that possible?
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No, as long as you're comfortable and feel good about yourself, what's the problem? Girls really admire men who take the initiative to look good and dress nice. The clothes should flatter you and adhere to what style you like. If you feel positive about yourself, that's what you should be aiming for! I personally don't believe there's such thing as dressing beyond your personal attractiveness.0