Unless I'm going to formal event, I typically don't dress up much, even if I'm in public. A tshirt and gym shorts are A-OK with me in about 99% of settings. The way I see it is that a prospective SO who immediately throws me to the wayside based on how I dress is too judgmental for me anyways. Also, I hate wearing clothes that don't grant me a full range of mobility, such as jeans.
So I guess my question is this: what are your standards when it comes to the way men dress? (Yes, im talking specifically about men.) Where's the line where a certain type of dress immediately sells you a one way ticket to anywhere on the "nope" train?
Most Helpful Girl
Honestly, I don't prefer it. You don't have to dress amazingly for me to be happy and I don't mind if my guy wears comfort clothing, everyone does, but 100% of the time seems like you don't care about your appearance. I dress nicely, I present myself with style and my man appreciates it - loves it actually, and I appreciate it from him too. If he dresses like a bum all the time it kind of reflects a little on his character. He's a super attractive guy and he got into the habit of dressing kind of sloppy until I gently brought it up.
At the end of the day, it's about attraction. If you're cool with a girl who also just wants to be casual and not done up then I think you're solid, but more stylish and put-together girls are not likely to prefer that.
Now that isn't to say he has to be in a suit and tie with product in his hair, but have a little more style than walking around in clothing that could pass as pyjamas all of the time.1
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Most Helpful Guy
If you’re in a hot country go ahead wear what is appropriate. If you’re going to the gym go for it.
But if you can dress stylish and comfortable. Chino shorts and a polo/button shirt is easily as moveable and makes you look so much more out together.