When you ask a woman from her teenage years and early 20s what she wants in a man, its pretty much something along the lines of outgoing, adventurous, handsome, at least 6 feet tall, muscular, athletic, nice eyes and hair, 6 pack etc.
Usually these are qualities older women tend to not care about. Older women look more for things like confident but not obnoxious, financially stable, intelligent, educated, faithful etc and more often than not are happy to date men that are below average in the looks department but have all these qualities.
My question is where is the cut off age, or age range for which women stop prioritizing the first set of qualities and start moving to the second?
Most Helpful Girl
They never stop. My mother is 55 and she's very strict towards look. No men under 6', no skinny guys, no blonde, etc..0
Most Helpful Guy
You are right that women change, although not all at the same age.
Some know early, and those are the girls I date exclusively, but for the rest, it comes at the age that they look around at the nice house, nice car, nice schools, nice purses and shoes, and nice vacations that some women have because their husbands have money, but then they look at their sorry former high school football player's and realize he can't provide those things. A divorce often follows.
So, somewhere around late 20s to mid 30s, they will figure it out.0