Fashion-loving ladies have often thought that having a good sense in fashion is an asset.
But are there men who truly appreciate a woman for her good fashion sense?
A guy flirts with a co-worker in office.
Huffington Post took an informal poll of straight men and asked them - Does a girl’s fashion sense factor into your attraction to her? Is being stylish as much of an attractive asset as being smart, funny, pretty or witty?
As per the results of the survey men have varied opinions on fashion:
Just as clothes can make the man, they can help make the woman.
When a girl is well put together, it suggests attention to detail, conscientiousness, general social grace -- things that matter more than say the clothes themselves.
It?s all how her personality compliments her style and how her style is an extension of her personality.
You can rate each assets individually, but ultimately it’s the sum of the parts that dictates the attractiveness of the whole.
It helps for sure. A woman in heels is much more attractive than a woman in flip flops.
Some men likes a girl who has good fashion sense, so long as it’s her own and not carbon copied out of a magazine. A girl who blindly follows fashion tends to become boring.
A girl who dresses well usually is more attractive relatively because she knows how to accentuate what she has going for her.
Guys care about the bigger picture -- how the girl is put together and how that looks on her -- while girls care more about what/who someone is wearing and how that specific piece factors into their wardrobe.
Most guys don’t know what store an article of clothing is from -- if it looks good, it looks good.
Attire is secondary to confidence. If a girl maintains a strong and aloof presence, she’ll turn heads.