Favorite/Sexiest Men's Clothing Anonymous 11679
I'm curious. What type of clothing do you like to see on men? Care to post examples? I love muscular men who wear black v-necks for some reason…
I know other women who like men in 3 piece suits, but men rarely wear them.
NEED MORE COWBOYS.
And when they wear jackets like this. It looks comfy.
Love cowboy shit. Also leather everything. >>11681
Needs to be a little more fitted for my liking, but I agree.
Cowboys are fucking sexy. Arthur Morgan and John Marston are way too fucking hot
leather jacket and t-shirt combo, usually with jeans. yes, it's basic as all hell but it's hot
Love these so much! Especially when he takes it off and gives it to when you’re cold (or more likely you end up stealing it from his house).
Super basic but I also love rolled up sleeves that show a bit of (veiny) forearm for more formal looks and Nike basketball shorts with sneakers for more casual-gym looks. I also really like black jeans and guy liner.
I think I just like men wearing clothes in general lol
>>11692>rolled up sleeves that show a bit of (veiny) forearm for more formal looksYes
comfy sweaters 100%. my bf has a few of them and they're so nice to look at. I just want boys to be comfy :(
sleeves rolled up showing his arms and leaving his hands oh so vulnerable in my gaze, it makes me wanna grab them and play with them
big comfy sweaters but we both have to be wearing one so we can match clothes and marvel in each others beauty then proceed to kiss and cuddle in a warm embrace
big open jackets so i can hug him from the inside
when he wears big boots, he looks like tough but huggable
I wish more men wore leather jackets. Love the greaser look.
Excuse me while my powdered wig flies off my head.
black long sleeve turtlenecks.
Everything except suit and tie and polo shirts.
Hawaiian shirts are great, of course.
skinny jeans and other form fitting clothing, especially if he's got a nice figure.
so sick of men wearing baggy, oversized, unflattering clothes from head to toe and expecting anyone to find it attractive.
skinny men wearing baggy pants that expose their boxers
Yesss, skinny jeans, open hoodies, this vest hoodie thing is hot too. Most men nowadays are too underkept and pudgy for these though
>>11679>I love muscular men
So do I, but I'm dating a tall twink.
A simple button down shirt is the best. Unfortunately my moid has horrible fashion sense and wears whatever shit his parents gave him. If we get married I'll just throw out all his clothes and buy him new ones. I'm also going to lace his food with butter and weight gainer so he puts on mass.
Basically stuff like this. WASPy college-core like New Englander old money guys wear.
i will never see the appeal in this type of man. i go dry instantly. so boring and uptight in appearance while also being secret rapists.
if he's attractive to me already and wearing a leather jacket he is instantly 1000x hotter wearing one.
am i the only one who thinks leather jackets are tryhard? they're so cliche, anons… they're such a cumbersome piece of clothing too. the only people who look good in leather jackets are women>>11684
this is not a leather jacket…
Are you a lesbian by any chance?
I agree. That’s not a leather jacket.
If you’re going to wear a leather jacket, at least save up and buy a real leather jacket
Or find a real one at a thrift store if you don’t want to spend the money or against new leather.
Faux leather is so bad for the environment.
Not to mention it just makes you look like you’re wearing a garbage bag because news flash
you’re literally wearing plastic.
I have several types of real leather jackets and all of them are older than I am. They still are in mint condition. I have one faux leather jacket that is less than 5 years old and is starting to peel. Do the math which is worse for the environment (not to mention your wallet).
Personally I like certain styles of leather jackets on men; some biker jackets are too try hard on men. But I love love love a leather aviator or bomber jacket on a man. Yum.
i'm straight, men just look bad in a lot of clothing.
OT but I would like to add that there is a type of plastic that can legally be called "genuine leather" (in America, at least). It's made from ground up leather scraps and microplastics glued on to more plastic, and it's shitty, horrible for the environment, and starts peeling after a year or so. Make sure whatever "genuine leather" you're buying is high-quality, ACTUAl real leather. I recommend getting it used and vintage so you know it's withstood the test of time.
and likewise I can't find the appeal of leather jackets.
This is how my boyfriend dresses and I hate it so much. I just wish he would wear full-length pants.
My bf wears shorts with long sleeve shirts. I thought it was cringe at first but now I just fondle his thighs.
This is exactly what I’m into
>five years' relationship
>too scared to tell him I want to fuck him with the hoody on
Only white, black or gray ones.
I like seeing serious looking men, casually wearing knitted sweaters. I am talking thick, warm sweaters for the fall/winter. Its just such a comfy and cuddly look, and it fills me with small butterflies (moths maybe?? lol) whenever I see a man being all comfied up. It makes me want to hug him almost and possibly wear matching sweaters together as we hold hands in each others sleeves, making a tube for our held hands to live in <3
I like turtlenecks and long coats on men.
Dark turtleneck + brown coat also looks good. I'm really into this kind of style but most guys in my country don't dress like this.
most formal wear. overcoats, layers, vests, gloves, scarves, belts. collared dress shirts tucked in on a very fit guy are also super attractive.
need to add that, while tailored clothing is hot, if it's too tight it's a little off putting. really hate when men wear tight tshirts and from the back it's just all meat and no form.
hard to find pics but i fucking ADORE the playboy bunny leotard
not a speedo, not just the cuffs and the ears, the full leotard and tights
not if theyre well fitted
turtlenecks aaa n dress shirts
they mostly seem dull to me. Imo I think the other anon is being excessive about the try-hard thing, think what is true is that it's visually extremely basic yet give vague vibes of being counter-culture without actually being unusual in any way.
tbh, I've always liked colorful, lively clothing on men. even a pop of color like >>14494
seems like the majority of male fashion is about looking vaguely cool…ghost-cool and like they dressed to go skating but in a half-assed and depressing way.
men's fashion in the 70's seriously mogged. everything was tight or at least tailored. crop tops and short shorts everywhere. high heels for men were en vogue again. creative silhouettes; inspiring colors. that being said, people in the 70's were generally quite slender and fit so they didn't look ridiculous in something like a showy jumpsuit the way a modern, slobbier modern man would.
bateman's outfits were so good. his hair is a big part of it but i consider hair to be a part of an outfit. also stripes are so aesthetically pleasing, WHY DON'T MEN DRESS LIKE THIS AAHHHHHHH
This is what all men should be wearing.
My absolute weakness is the whole spectrum of this look. Hipster, skater, lumberjack, whatever you want to call it. The kind of style you can see in Hardcore and Metal bands.
Because it's expensive and mostly impractical outside of an office working environment of the 80's
Grey sweatpants. Comfy, warm, and has a nice bulge to snuggle up to.
I am super basic: I like shirts and ties, suits - classic attire, retro/vintage clothes, preppy stuff
On the other hand: short shorts and long socks. In an ensemble or separately
Also tight skinny pants
Let me see dem hips bby
I LOOOOVE gray sweatpants, but the biggest issue is seeing stains all over. Like, im okay with going out but not okay with walking around a stained man child
How many of you actually enjoy these fits or just enjoy the model?
I mean I understand where you're coming from but the average joe wearing these would be considered cringe. Like the bateman one
Post an example of something you'd like men to wear then. Something you think would look good on any man.
I wouldn't call it sexy but I don't mind this on men. Thoughtfully put together, light colours (instead of darks that men always mear), nice bag. Sorry for the shit quality.
Ugly people can't look good no matter what they wear so that's beside the point. Of course the model has to be attractive.
Tbh I think some clothes are significantly better than others still?
As an uggo it turned out I look infinitely better in certain andro casual clothes to the point of getting complimented more while stuff like dresses, etc., make me look absolutely absurd. Is it cope? IDK, I just know people like my fit better a certain way.
Ugly men can drastically improve their appearance with a good haircut and good clothes.
This. I wouldn't consider Reviewbrah and Andrew Callaghan conventionally attractive, but their good clothes and hair makes them look alot better. It shows they care more about professionalism which makes them more respectable.
i feel like its for comedic purposes on both of them?
No, I don't think so? At least not with Reviewbrah. He's actually said on video before that he enjoys wearing these oversized suits and has shown a whole collection of them.
As for Andrew, I imagine he wears them to look more like a real journalist.
No, Andrew 100% wears the ridiculous oversized suit with New Balance sneakers for comedic purposes. He's not necessarily ugly besides acne and plus he's tall. As for ReviewBrah I don't think most women would find him more attractive with suits.
I love hairy men and hairy chests and and and… Gimme dat man cleavage. Slightly unbuttoned shirts. Generally though men wearing basic but formal and well put together clothing is what I like, and a lot of nonas have posted in the thread. I hate baggy shirts on men and I despise sweatpants. But the sweatpant thing goes for both genders.
We don't see enough man cleavage in life.
i love when men wear basic uniqlo shit
turtlenecks (no, i am not original)
shorts (short shorts!!)
high waist, nicely fitting, NON skinny pants (like the ones men used to wear that you can see on vintage fashion magazines and american postcards or smth)
naked if nice bod ofc
I love suites and ties sometimes. I wish men still wore them like they used to.
I do like them too, but it's a weird gendered uniform if you think about it.
They are also very hot on women though. I am crazy about suits.
damn I wish moids still dressed like this, suits are so unbelievably hot.
I just love collars and ties and, white shirts. Blazers. I think as long as the suit is tailored it looks fine. In the nineties a little oversized was appreciated too and that look grew on me.
Heh, women too: that's Isabella Rossellini.
how did we go from universal moid dress to only certain occupations and special occasions?
Capitalism induced individualism led us to extreme consumerism: every aspect of your body can be customized and/or accessorized (if you have the dollars for it) supposedly in order to express yourself, your identity.
Uniforms such as suits and tie are such a waste of revenue, and go against the rampant individualism. They'll disappear eventually.
>>18199>Capitalism induced individualism
Yes of course because we all know capitalism just manifested out of nowhere and totally isn't the product of the individualism you claim it created.
It's a bit of an egg/chicken problem: the industrial revolution created much more products and revenue than necessary. Suddenly, people didn't need to be so reliant on each other (just keep in mind: up until the 1960s in Europe, poor rural family all slept on one bed, spent their days working together just to survive etc.).
What I'm saying is that people didn't have that much the opportunity to be one individual, they were too much reliant, dependent on each other for that.
The excess of production was somewhat shared, and services developed, and suddenly we have leisure time that opens up a whole new opportunity for production/consumption.
The capitalist spirit (e.g. how to grow the most capital) trends towards consumerism as consumerism relies on one sole homo economicus; hence the push towards individualism. But it works both ways : if I realize I can choose my clothes color, I project some meaning into it, and this red cloth I picked helps me project what I am, and distinguishes me from others. So in order to grow capital, it makes sense to offer more choices, which offers more distinction, which offers etc.
(hope this very abridged explanation makes sense).
1889-90 Men's fash…
Love Western men's fashion in the mid to late 1800s. I love the long coats and the heeled shoes. There's something dramatic about it that is very attractive to me, but not as crazy as what they wore in the 1700s. I like that it was considered manly to put some effort into your appearance back then. I'd obviously find it goofy if I saw a guy in 2023 dressing like this because it'd just look like he was wearing a costume, but I love period dramas because actors can create that suspension of disbelief that you're not just seeing some dorky guy in a costume.
Competition induced pricing.
Midlevel men's fashion essentially does not exist anymore. Low level men's fashion consists of different colors of jeans and graphic tees, or rough storebrands of inferior quality to ancient homespun wool.
If you have a boyfriend and want to cohabit with him then you would want him to not spend $7,000 of his $60,000 income on a suit that he wears while digging holes when eggs cost $7 a carton.
can someone explain in depth what the appeal of this is? i cant understand
It implies they come from good families with money.
Aw yeah, thats it. Short shorts w great legs. Like Tom selleck in magnum pi. So much body hair, peak sexy for me
Not only what >>18343
said, but there's also a certain 'youthfulness' implying that the boy hasn't had to grow up early facing hardship. He's playful, a bit naive, and tries to act like a gentleman.
Idk anon this kind of outfit always makes me think of a middle aged manchild who engaged in date rapes in college