Suits

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  • KickassAmazon76
    KickassAmazon76 Posts: 4,085 Member
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    As close as I usually get.

    Looking sharp!
  • KickassAmazon76
    KickassAmazon76 Posts: 4,085 Member
    edited October 2021
    Can we get a vote from the women on what mode of dress they prefer on a man? Casual jeans, t-shirt, and sneakers? Or more dressed up?

    I have tried typing a reponse now and can't find the words. A man in a suit is hot, but so is one in jeans and a crew neck long sleeved shirt or soft button up... and yet, a pair of clean sweatpants and tshirt is also great...

    I think I may be partial to jeans and a soft button up shirt. (Not too starchy, good for cuddles, but yet a step above super casual).


    I myself am casual by nature, so someone who dresses up "just because" would probably feel over dressed around me.

    long story short... Yes. lol

    eta.. I was going to add the caveat that "clean" is imperative, and yet... I've always had a thing for construction / blue collar worker too... So maybe "clean" as in "not wearing last week's dinner" haha
  • theeldestberry
    theeldestberry Posts: 815 Member
    edited October 2021
    Can we get a vote from the women on what mode of dress they prefer on a man? Casual jeans, t-shirt, and sneakers? Or more dressed up?

    I have tried typing a reponse now and can't find the words. A man in a suit is hot, but so is one in jeans and a crew neck long sleeved shirt or soft button up... and yet, a pair of clean sweatpants and tshirt is also great...

    I think I may be partial to jeans and a soft button up shirt. (Not too starchy, good for cuddles, but yet a step above super casual).


    I myself am casual by nature, so someone who dresses up "just because" would probably feel over dressed around me.

    long story short... Yes. lol

    eta.. I was going to add the caveat that "clean" is imperative, and yet... I've always had a thing for construction / blue collar worker too... So maybe "clean" as in "not wearing last week's dinner" haha

    I read this as "I like men" with only one real caveat, not neglecting grooming. :flowerforyou:
  • MelG7777
    MelG7777 Posts: 12,326 Member
    Can we get a vote from the women on what mode of dress they prefer on a man? Casual jeans, t-shirt, and sneakers? Or more dressed up?

    Casual! But when he knows how to dress up and is comfortable in a suit once in a while too.😍
  • theeldestberry
    theeldestberry Posts: 815 Member
    edited October 2021
    Can we get a vote from the women on what mode of dress they prefer on a man? Casual jeans, t-shirt, and sneakers? Or more dressed up?

    Biggest thing that's successful for me is being a half step off from the crowd, without regard to the event.

    If it's work and very casual (lots of jeans and hoodies), I might wear a polo or fitted tee instead of a hoodie, or maybe my hoodie is better fit and material.

    If it's a suit event, mine will be tailored where most guys will be their one poorly fit suit. I might have a pocket square, but tieless even if everyone else is in a tie. It's the little details - I'm not trying to show anybody up by obviously outdressing (like wearing a tux to a suit event, or a sports coat to a hoodie workplace), I'm just trying to present a bit more polished version of the accepted dress.

    Getting noticed by women isn't about a genre of clothing - sure, they have their individual preferences, some really dig jeans and leather jackets, or whatever. I believe it's about being subtly noticable as different in a good way. Clean is usually good. Ironed is usually good. Fitted well is good. And each of those has their exceptions, but nobody is good at it until they understand the basic premise and had a lot of mileage in doing the basics right.
  • KickassAmazon76
    KickassAmazon76 Posts: 4,085 Member
    Can we get a vote from the women on what mode of dress they prefer on a man? Casual jeans, t-shirt, and sneakers? Or more dressed up?

    I have tried typing a reponse now and can't find the words. A man in a suit is hot, but so is one in jeans and a crew neck long sleeved shirt or soft button up... and yet, a pair of clean sweatpants and tshirt is also great...

    I think I may be partial to jeans and a soft button up shirt. (Not too starchy, good for cuddles, but yet a step above super casual).


    I myself am casual by nature, so someone who dresses up "just because" would probably feel over dressed around me.

    long story short... Yes. lol

    eta.. I was going to add the caveat that "clean" is imperative, and yet... I've always had a thing for construction / blue collar worker too... So maybe "clean" as in "not wearing last week's dinner" haha

    I read this as "I like men" with only one real caveat, not neglecting grooming. :flowerforyou:

    Haha pretty much. 😁
  • KickassAmazon76
    KickassAmazon76 Posts: 4,085 Member
    Can we get a vote from the women on what mode of dress they prefer on a man? Casual jeans, t-shirt, and sneakers? Or more dressed up?

    Biggest thing that's successful for me is being a half step off from the crowd, without regard to the event.

    If it's work and very casual (lots of jeans and hoodies), I might wear a polo or fitted tee instead of a hoodie, or maybe my hoodie is better fit and material.

    If it's a suit event, mine will be tailored where most guys will be their one poorly fit suit. I might have a pocket square, but tieless even if everyone else is in a tie. It's the little details - I'm not trying to show anybody up by obviously outdressing (like wearing a tux to a suit event, or a sports coat to a hoodie workplace), I'm just trying to present a bit more polished version of the accepted dress.

    Getting noticed by women isn't about a genre of clothing - sure, they have their individual preferences, some really dig jeans and leather jackets, or whatever. I believe it's about being subtly noticable as different in a good way. Clean is usually good. Ironed is usually good. Fitted well is good. And each of those has their exceptions, but nobody is good at it until they understand the basic premise and had a lot of mileage in doing the basics right.

    And while that is super awesome and I would totally notice and ogle from afar... I'd also shrink into a corner, because that kind of class wouldn't notice me... With my payless shoes, my Walmart jacket, and my amazon purse. 😊
  • CaptainFantastic01
    CaptainFantastic01 Posts: 9,551 Member
    Can we get a vote from the women on what mode of dress they prefer on a man? Casual jeans, t-shirt, and sneakers? Or more dressed up?

    I'm a firm believer that men make the clothes, the clothes don't necessarily make the man.

    However, one of my biggest pet peeves is when a man still dresses like a teenager.

    Jeans, button up shirt, nice shoes ✓
    Well tailored suit ✓
    Jeans, white tee and work boots/clean sneakers ✓




    What about tie dye?
  • CaptainFantastic01
    CaptainFantastic01 Posts: 9,551 Member
    Can we get a vote from the women on what mode of dress they prefer on a man? Casual jeans, t-shirt, and sneakers? Or more dressed up?

    I'm a firm believer that men make the clothes, the clothes don't necessarily make the man.

    However, one of my biggest pet peeves is when a man still dresses like a teenager.

    Jeans, button up shirt, nice shoes ✓
    Well tailored suit ✓
    Jeans, white tee and work boots/clean sneakers ✓




    What about tie dye?

    ETA

    Tie Dye AND capes 😁

    Yessss capes do be coming
  • CaptainFantastic01
    CaptainFantastic01 Posts: 9,551 Member
    Can we get a vote from the women on what mode of dress they prefer on a man? Casual jeans, t-shirt, and sneakers? Or more dressed up?

    I'm a firm believer that men make the clothes, the clothes don't necessarily make the man.

    However, one of my biggest pet peeves is when a man still dresses like a teenager.

    Jeans, button up shirt, nice shoes ✓
    Well tailored suit ✓
    Jeans, white tee and work boots/clean sneakers ✓




    What about tie dye?

    ETA

    Tie Dye AND capes 😁

    Yessss capes do be coming

    Wait...did that tie dye start out as a plain white tee? 🤔 That could be a total deal breaker! Were you trying to mask the stains on it from last week's dinner? If so, WINNER!

    …….yes?……..
  • CaptainFantastic01
    CaptainFantastic01 Posts: 9,551 Member
    Can we get a vote from the women on what mode of dress they prefer on a man? Casual jeans, t-shirt, and sneakers? Or more dressed up?

    I'm a firm believer that men make the clothes, the clothes don't necessarily make the man.

    However, one of my biggest pet peeves is when a man still dresses like a teenager.

    Jeans, button up shirt, nice shoes ✓
    Well tailored suit ✓
    Jeans, white tee and work boots/clean sneakers ✓




    What about tie dye?

    ETA

    Tie Dye AND capes 😁

    Yessss capes do be coming

    Wait...did that tie dye start out as a plain white tee? 🤔 That could be a total deal breaker! Were you trying to mask the stains on it from last week's dinner? If so, WINNER!

    …….yes?……..

    Bonus points for exaggerating and lack of full sentence structure bc proper punctuation is so over rated but for future reference please refrain from answering a question with another question 😋


    All kidding aside, have a great weekend!

    Thanks! You too!
  • theeldestberry
    theeldestberry Posts: 815 Member
    Can we get a vote from the women on what mode of dress they prefer on a man? Casual jeans, t-shirt, and sneakers? Or more dressed up?

    Biggest thing that's successful for me is being a half step off from the crowd, without regard to the event.

    If it's work and very casual (lots of jeans and hoodies), I might wear a polo or fitted tee instead of a hoodie, or maybe my hoodie is better fit and material.

    If it's a suit event, mine will be tailored where most guys will be their one poorly fit suit. I might have a pocket square, but tieless even if everyone else is in a tie. It's the little details - I'm not trying to show anybody up by obviously outdressing (like wearing a tux to a suit event, or a sports coat to a hoodie workplace), I'm just trying to present a bit more polished version of the accepted dress.

    Getting noticed by women isn't about a genre of clothing - sure, they have their individual preferences, some really dig jeans and leather jackets, or whatever. I believe it's about being subtly noticable as different in a good way. Clean is usually good. Ironed is usually good. Fitted well is good. And each of those has their exceptions, but nobody is good at it until they understand the basic premise and had a lot of mileage in doing the basics right.

    And while that is super awesome and I would totally notice and ogle from afar... I'd also shrink into a corner, because that kind of class wouldn't notice me... With my payless shoes, my Walmart jacket, and my amazon purse. 😊

    I'll echo what @Dees_Apples said, it's not the place the clothing comes from, it's the fit. I notice *tons* of women regardless of clothing brand or where they shop. If your Amazon purse is cute or your Walmart jacket suits you well, I'm all about it. Most of my hoodies come from Amazon.