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Go to first unread. Skip to :. Irish-Cailin Badges: 7. Report Thread starter 8 years ago 1. Before anyone comments, I don't care whether or not guys care about this, and I wouldn't change anything based on whether they do or not. I'm just wondering does what a girl is wearing affect how attracted you are to her?
Like do you find you're more attracted to girls in girly dresses, or in more casual jeans and a tank top? Do you prefer girls who have a quirky style, or who dress in kind of masculine clothes, like baggy tees etc? Or could you care less whether they're in a tracksuit or a sparkly dress and heels? You may not have considered it before but surely it has some affect on the type of gals you notice! I'm just curious! Not what you're looking for? Maid Marian Badges: Report 8 years ago 2.
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LukeM90 Badges: Report 8 years ago 3. JordanR Badges: Report 8 years ago 4.
As someone who dresses pretty well note: "well" and "up" are not the same thing: you can dress well in a well-fitting hoodie and a pair of jeans and sneakers, and you can dress poorly in a three piece suitI tend to notice when a person has put some thought into coordinating their outfit, how their things fit, and the overall aesthetic of it. If a girl can wear something like casual jeans and a tank top well, that's fine with me. So a sparkly dress and heels is not inherently more attractive than the jeans and tank top.
So in short, it's less about what you wear, and more about when you wear it, and how you wear it. If you wear the right level of formality at the right time, and you've been able to coordinate colours and textures properly then I'm likely to notice it and like it. Wear something appropriate for the situation, make sure your clothes fit and the girls go baggy. If you don't, it doesn't really bother clothes since I accept that not everyone cares as much about clothes as I do. Report 8 years ago 5. Report 8 years ago 6. Original post by LukeM90 as for my answer about the tank top, while some like girls all done up and dressed up, I think it takes alot of confidence for a girl to dress down and just be casual alot more than it does for a man which is none at all lol and I respect and admire that, I also admire girls who dont wear make up for similar reasons.
Report 8 years ago 7. Original post by JordanR As someone who dresses pretty well note: "well" and "up" are not the same thing: you can dress well in a well-fitting hoodie and a pair of jeans and sneakers, and you can dress poorly in a three piece suitI tend to notice when a person has put some thought into coordinating their outfit, how their things fit, and the overall aesthetic of it.
Report 8 years ago 8. Original post by LukeM90 Just read that whole thing in barneys voice lol, good advice though. Alexisonfire Badges: Report 8 years ago 9. Personally, as long as you don't dress like a boy, it doesn't really matter.