March 8, 2012 |
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#27 – any chance you could find a women's version for working in an office?
#9 Oh hello…….. #30 nothing is better then a man in a good plaid shirt!! (that you can borrow later )
#30 looks like my BF's closet lol… he looks so sexy in plaid <3
you should probably rename the post "Stuff To Buy For Our Boyfriends" because when it comes to fashionable clothing.. I am lost.
#6 very nice look but wow gotta love #17 #28
Wow #2 #7 #11 and #29 are pretty awful. I know you think they're pretty but its a big miss Alex
Excuse me #20 not #29
#17 is the fly-est hombre on the planet. I collect photos of his suits, for the day I can afford them.
#30 I do not understand women, its just a plaid shirt. Trust me its not the clothes its the person
Yes and No. I have heard that a beautiful person can look good wearing a trashbag. Point of fact #2 and #22 look sloppy but are good looking dudes. I am no model but I can improve my appearance by 2 or 3 points (out of 10) just by dressing better. In the grand scheme this shit is trivial but women respond to it. I use clothing as one tool of many to improve my overall attractiveness to women. On the other hand there are a lot of wieners in the friend-zone that dress impeccably. I didn't seize the reigns of my relationships with women (and permanently leave the friend zone behind) until I learned a great deal more about interpersonal male/female dynamics. My point being that clothing helps spark an initial attraction but it's the man in the clothes that keeps them there.
men tend to look better in shirts, and checked shirts – or sorry, 'plaid' – is a casual version of it.
i'm not a big fan, but i don't tend to care what a guy wears, so long as its appropriate for the situation :/
#17 should be my boyfriend. just saying.
Call this post what is really is…I wish my boyfriend was somebody else.
Cassandra: last week you asked what you should call men's apparel instead of "outfits." I seem to have been unable to leave my response. I said that guys don't like terms that undermine their masculinity. Stay away from "cute" or "adorable." Its the same visceral reaction you get when you hear a dude use the term "delicious" or "yummy" to describe pretty much anything at all. I say "stuff" i'm going to wear, or my "clothes." Its petty but we men are easily fooled. I also said something about women utilizing a jaw-drop gasp followed by a smile and a blush. It will work every time (providing you can master the look.)
*Candice not Cassandra
You are a fucking creeping dude.
gotta tell you bro… forums like these are a great way to anonymously work out my quirks and awkward idiosyncrasies. No one knows who I am, not that I would give a shit if they did, plus when people do give feedback I get to learn something new. In other words "meh"
#10 is from Lands End, and it's on sale right now! Mine is actually on the way right now! HAHAHA!
John is gay
#17 can just you know BE my boyfriend.
#5 – Rolling your pants up makes you look 5 yrs old. It doesn't look good on anyone.
#27, his belt doesn't match his shoes on Fridays.
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