Do guys not like girls who don't dress girly?

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Curious. I'm fairly attractive-looking but I don't wear girly clothes and don't leave my hair down.

Guys, does that reduce attractiveness or does it have no effect?
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Sigh... For the billionth time, every guy is different!
Some will like girly some won't some won't care like there's billions of men
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I for one like girls who don't dress in a stereotypically girly way. I like the way people look when they wear sensible, comfortable, functional clothes. I find it attractive when people just look like themselves rather than dressing to align to some standard of how they're supposed to look.
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Like Moonlight says - I'm sure there are plenty of guys who like the stereotypically feminine look, and plenty like me for whom it doesn't do much.
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Alright thanks : D

Anyone else?
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On average i like a little longer hair more but some girls look great with short hair. I would much rather see a girl in a nice dress than a suit but casual clothes can look great no matter if they are girly or not. If you are asking colorwise i dont think it matters too much. And i would say wear what you like so that you attract someone that likes what you are like.
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some guys don't mind, but then again the end goal isn't to get attention from guys or look attractive to them. do what you want
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Curious. I'm fairly attractive-looking but I don't wear girly clothes and don't leave my hair down.

Guys, does that reduce attractiveness or does it have no effect?
It can actually look cuter imo
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Not really into that style...
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Alright thanks : D

Anyone else?

I don’t. If you mean like wearing a tracksuit, that would turn me off.
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Alright thanks : D

Anyone else
If a guy is genuine and loves you for who you are it shouldn't make a huge difference anyway
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Curious. I'm fairly attractive-looking but I don't wear girly clothes and don't leave my hair down.

Guys, does that reduce attractiveness or does it have no effect?
hmm honestly depends on each guy for me i wouldnt know unless i saw you haha as i like some people who look how you described but wouldnt like others
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Curious. I'm fairly attractive-looking but I don't wear girly clothes and don't leave my hair down.

Guys, does that reduce attractiveness or does it have no effect?
really depends on the girl tbh

some can get away with it to a certain extent..., others it harms

if you are non girly like these lesbians ..then yes, I don't think you'll be attracting much men...



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Varies according to the specific guy.

Different guys have very different attraction dealbreakers, beauty standards and relationship preferences.
Just as girls do.
Often highly looks orientated individuals will prefer or only be sexually attracted to a specific type in terms of facial appearance, hairstyle, body structure, clothes and fashion sense.
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I don’t. If you mean like wearing a tracksuit, that would turn me off.
Oh, definitely not a tracksuit. I'd never wear that and don't wear sporty kinda clothes like that. My style is casual but minimalistically stylish. I like 90s style casual mostly
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(Original post by ANM775)
really depends on the girl tbh

some can get away with it to a certain extent..., others it harms

if you are non girly like these lesbians ..then yes, I don't think you'll be attracting much men...



Oh no I don't dress like that at all lol
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Oh, definitely not a tracksuit. I'd never wear that and don't wear sporty kinda clothes like that. My style is casual but minimalistically stylish. I like 90s style casual mostly

Give me an example.
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I mean I’m not turned off by girls in tracksuits or more stereotypically masculine clothing but I can’t deny that’s it’s much more attractive to me when a woman is very feminine, floral dresses and long silky hair 😋
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There are variety of people on this planet and to be honest I have come to the realisation that it is not so much about your clothes but mostly about how you behave
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Curious. I'm fairly attractive-looking but I don't wear girly clothes and don't leave my hair down.

Guys, does that reduce attractiveness or does it have no effect?
Sounds fine to me.

Remember you're not trying to be the most attractive woman to every man you meet.

You merely have to be attractive enough for one man. With that man being the sort that's right for you. And you for him.

All you're doing by dressing the way you do and having your hair the way it is is targeting a certain audience. As long as your type of man is in that target audience your clothes and hair are perfect.

If you aren't effectively targetting your target audience: change your clothes and your hair.

The sort of man that would be attracted to you is likely to be the sort with a certain amount of self-confidence, that's not bothered if he has a trophy girlfriend / wife, that realises that most love making is done with clothes off and that it's the contents of the clothes that counts for more than the clothes. And inparticular, the contents of your mind. A man that isn't shallow. A man that's deeper than average.
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