What kind of clothes do guys like to wear?

What kind of clothes do guys like to wear?

(Leather jackets aren’t for everyone). Guys love confidence. Guys love a girl who looks and acts like someone who isn’t going to give them the time of day. And wearing a leather jacket is going to give off this appeal.

Are there things that men like to see women wear?

And no, I’m not saying we just want you to be naked all of the time (kind of do, though). All of those things appeal to the sexual desire men have for women, which is fine, but despite the wrap we get (perhaps deservingly so), there are things men love to see women wear that have absolutely nothing to do with sex.

Why do guys want to know what you wear?

And these outfits, accessories, etc, are things you’re going to want to know because, upon first impression, if you can pique a guy’s interest in a way that is nonsexual, you have already increased your chances of forging a real connection with someone outside of one that is purely sexual.

What does a guy think about your clothes?

Wrong. Turns out the guys have plenty to say about what you’re wearing—and what they’d love to see you in. Here, what he’s thinking about your clothes, according to 10 very honest dudes. Seriously, what is up with the leggings?

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What do guys like a girl to wear?

Guys love confidence. Guys love a girl who looks and acts like someone who isn’t going to give them the time of day. And wearing a leather jacket is going to give off this appeal.

And no, I’m not saying we just want you to be naked all of the time (kind of do, though). All of those things appeal to the sexual desire men have for women, which is fine, but despite the wrap we get (perhaps deservingly so), there are things men love to see women wear that have absolutely nothing to do with sex.

Are there clothes that are not your gender?

It’s Not Your GENDER… For as long as anybody can remember, clothes have always had a specific gender assigned to them. While there is no real say how or why clothes gained gender associations, it has been the norm to categorize clothes by gender.

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