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I like your style :)
I prefer the more casual look, like he hasn't tried but I am the only one in My friends that prefer the " bad boy" look than the nice dressed so I would say as statistic goes you will have a bigger audience of girls with the polish look...
To me a guy too dress Up sometimes seems like his mom choose his clothes or a gay guy...
I don't like my guys feminine in any way even if he is straight 10,000 call it my low self esteem or whatever but I would go for a bad boy look (though I'm not into that) over mertosexual guys anyday.
If you just wear ncie clothes however I don't think you are feminine but if you get manis and pedis that for me would be a turn off but other chicks like that. To all their on and to all respect.
well a guy in a t and jeans to me says quick tumble in the sheets where as dressed up screams a night of exotic pleasures. a suit does not say soft but hard dedicated man that takes no bs from anyone
Dressing well doesn't necessarily make you look metrosexual. There's more to it than just trying to look neat- grooming, hair removal, even wearing makeup, etc. I would not consider a man who wears dress pants and ties to be metrosexual. That said, I dress pretty casually (I'm also younger- 20) so I'd definitely be more likely to go for a guy in jeans.
I really don't mind t-shirts and jeans - I even consider them as attractive as dressier clothing as long as they fit well and are good quality. The only reason I'd say I appreciate a sharp dresser more than a t-shirt guy is that most guys DON'T wear properly-fitted, classy t-shirts and jeans - it tends to be oversized clothing that's in poor condition or tasteless.
I think there's a difference between "metrosexual" and "sharp dressed" - where metro = more feminine and sharp = more masculine. If what you're wearing is just dressier menswear pieces, I can't see how that's metroxesual..
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