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Lesbian and Bi girls, what clothes do you find attractive on other girls?

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    NONE, as a cis white male, it's none.
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    (Original post by IronicalMan)
    NONE, as a cis white male, it's none.
    What?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    What?
    Girls are better with no clothes... It was a joke... The best clothes attractive on a girl are none....

    I'd say for lesbians it depends, if you're the butch/manly lesbian, then everything a bloke finds attractive would be reasonable and the opposite for the feminine ones.
    Though I am not sure about what the feminine ones find attractive on one another?
    Probably feminine, the sort of stuff men would find attractive.
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    (Original post by IronicalMan)
    Girls are better with no clothes... It was a joke... The best clothes attractive on a girl are none....

    I'd say for lesbians it depends, if you're the butch/manly lesbian, then everything a bloke finds attractive would be reasonable and the opposite for the feminine ones.
    Though I am not sure about what the feminine ones find attractive on one another?
    Probably feminine, the sort of stuff men would find attractive.
    Thanks for your opinion. Many femmes go for femmes and butch for butch so I was hoping for individual preferences on here
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thanks for your opinion. Many femmes go for femmes and butch for butch so I was hoping for individual preferences on here
    Really, I thought logically it would be fem for butch. Bit like male/female except obviously they're not attracted to males, if you get me
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    (Original post by liquidconfidence)
    It is usually like that although, I'm a bi girl and I like feminine looking girls and I'm like that myself- don't find the butch ones attractive.

    To answer OP's question, normal clothes...
    Ahh but my bi, you're attracted to males too, so surely it's reasonable to assume you wouldn't be attracted to the butch ones as they're the male ones sort of thing, as you're bi you like the feminine ones, if you understand my logic.
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    (Original post by IronicalMan)
    Ahh but my bi, you're attracted to males too, so surely it's reasonable to assume you wouldn't be attracted to the butch ones as they're the male ones sort of thing, as you're bi you like the feminine ones, if you understand my logic.
    Ahh I've never actually connected the dots but that it exactly it then Because I've always just though (not in a rude way) that I just don't see the point of the butch ones. Now I know clearly the reason is because I like guys loool
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    I don't have any particular likes with regards to clothing and attractiveness outside of what I like/dislike in fashion. I've been attracted to girls who wear tweed and tuxes, those who wear vintage-style clothes, those who are geeky and will wear some t-shirt with a book/film/TV show/band they enjoy with jeans or a skirt, those who are a little bit goth, or a bit preppy - a whole mixture of things. Girls I've dated have all dressed fairly differently, so I can't really pinpoint anything from them, and even expanding it to just girls that I notice, again, there's a range of things in there.

    I like people with their own style and who put a little bit of effort into how they look. Not in a slather-yourself-in-going-out-make-up-during-the-day way, but just looking smart, put-together and appropriate. At the same time, something a little out-of-the-ordinary is nice, since it tends to signify someone themselves being a bit different and those are the type of people I click with the best.

    I'm femme most of the time myself, if that adds anything to my answer.
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    (Original post by clonedmemories)
    I don't have any particular likes with regards to clothing and attractiveness outside of what I like/dislike in fashion. I've been attracted to girls who wear tweed and tuxes, those who wear vintage-style clothes, those who are geeky and will wear some t-shirt with a book/film/TV show/band they enjoy with jeans or a skirt, those who are a little bit goth, or a bit preppy - a whole mixture of things. Girls I've dated have all dressed fairly differently, so I can't really pinpoint anything from them, and even expanding it to just girls that I notice, again, there's a range of things in there.

    I like people with their own style and who put a little bit of effort into how they look. Not in a slather-yourself-in-going-out-make-up-during-the-day way, but just looking smart, put-together and appropriate. At the same time, something a little out-of-the-ordinary is nice, since it tends to signify someone themselves being a bit different and those are the type of people I click with the best.

    I'm femme most of the time myself, if that adds anything to my answer.
    Basically, you like anything hot even if in a bin bag lol
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    (Original post by IronicalMan)
    Basically, you like anything hot even if in a bin bag lol
    Well, clothing doesn't change how attractive someone is intrinsically. All it does is signify to me is if we might be compatible personality-wise. It's not the only indicator, but it's a good one. And if a girl can dress up in a bin bag and still have a good time (as I have witnessed on many a social), then hey, that's my kind of girl.
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    I think wearing what you feel the most confident in is what is the most attractive because when you are comfortable and confident in what you wear, it leaks through into your personality and confidence is very attractive!
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    Personally, I like well-dressed (fashionable?) girls. I wouldn't say I like really girly girls, but I'm not at all attracted to butch.

    Casual clothing though
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    - Pretty multicoloured dresses with minimal style small jewellery

    - Long burgundy sweaters with leggings and cute boots/ green parka

    - Crop tops with shorts and bangles

    - Black tank tops with signature jacket and short skirts

    Basically really casual; not too much and not too less.
 
 
 
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