I find myself torn. As a self-proclaimed metrosexual (who secretly has a vision of losing weight so I can fit into a Emenegildo Zegna suit) I think givenchy dresses from the Audrey Hepburn era are fairly impossible to beat.
BUT -- if I were honest with myself, I love a woman who can wear a coy smile, who sashay's her hips and rear when she walks, and knows she's being looked at and loves it. That comes when she feels sexy in her skin. I think every woman is different, a perfect masterpiece in her own right, and painted in her own way. Therefore, I like a woman dressed in a way that she herself finds sexy. If that is a short skirt and heels with a well fitted blouse, fine. If that is jeans and a teeshirt, hair pulled back in a ponytail, fine. I just want you to feel sexy in what you're wearing (or not for that matter).
But, since we're in the confession booth anyway -- yes. I'll notice if you're wearing louboutin shoes :)
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I dunno... I'd have to see you in that sweater vest.
I'm most comfortable in jeans and some sort of girly shirt myself. And I have found as I lose weight, I am wearing more fitted outfits as opposed to the hide it all behind too big for me clothing. When I like my curves, I like clothing that hugs them.
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Like KJ, I like my jeans tight on the butt and loose in the leg - bootleg preferred. I also enjoy the same look on the ladies. I personally miss the wide collar look of the 70's, it goes well with my creepy pornstache. lol I also think women look amazing in sundresses, no matter what their size is.
My work outfit is slacks, button up and a sweater vest. Are there any ladies that find sweater vests sexy? ....(crickets chirping)
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I like shirts not tucked in on a guy. I think wearing a shirt out that only covers half your butt so I can see your butt is sexy. I like nice jeans and a shirt that shows I care how I look. Must have clean fingernails to complete the hot look.
I'm having a great deal of difficulty answering this question. I like it when Husband dresses well, and suitably for the occasion. This can mean a jacket, trousers and shirt with no tie for a casual dinner or party, a pin-stripe suit and crisp white shirt with so-shiny-they're-blinding black dress shoes for a meeting, a golf shirt and jeans when loafing around with me, or shorts and a t-shirt when we work out. I like it all.
Husband would likely tell you that he likes it when I show legs and cleavage, and wear heels. At my height I wear heels all the time, otherwise I look like I'm standing in a hole. As for the showing of leg and cleavage, it depends on the occasion. So, yes to a dinner party, no to church. You get the idea.
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A good short story should be like a mini skirt, short enough to be interesting and long enough to cover the subject matter. My facorite way they dress is to see a lady in a dress or skirt showing some leg but not everything. Tease me a little please :) I know not a lot of ladies wear them anymore but I like hose on a woman. On the skirt or dress don't make it skin tight, let it bounce and flow a little. Slightly above to slightly below the knee is awesome, and I don't care if you wear heels or not, be comfy and confident.
If you believe you can, or can not, either way you are correct.
So what's your favorite way to see a man or woman dressed? What catches your eye?
While a man dressed to the nines is quite handsome... I really prefer a down to earth look... Blue jeans (not baggy!!), fitted button down or t-shirt or muscle shirt or NO shirt, not tucked it, sneakers... my favorite.
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