I can safely estimate that a large percentage of men that go online searching for advice on how to dress better are doing it to become more attractive to women.
I say this confidently because I run one of the biggest men’s fashion websites in the world, and everyday I get to peak behind the veil and see what type of content you guys are actually interested in and engage with the most.
I take it as my personal mission to help as many of you as I can to adopt a more attractive style so you can achieve that goal, and that’s why I’ll never bs you about what actually works and what doesn’t.
With that said, I’m a huge fan of twitter because you get to see the thoughts and opinions of millions of people about pretty much every subject, including men’s fashion.
Below are a collection of tweets with pictures of guys with all different types of styles that women love. I thought it would be fun to share them with you and do a little summary of each.
College Professor Core
People went absolutely crazy for this look and I’m too scared to dive into the deep psychological reasons why.
Anyway, achieve this style with earthy tone colorways, cardigans, corduroy pants, dad sneakers and pretty much any other article of clothing from your dads closet. If you like this style check out the brands Neem and Percival.
These are some very typical outfits you would see on guys aged 20-35 in Europe. For those lucky enough to live in warmer climates, opt for breezy linen shirts, chinos, oversized tee’s, and button up shirts..
The evolution of the indy guy. Featuring casual blazers, wide legged pants and an acoustic guitar to break out at any gathering, “now here’s wonderall.”
This is a great look for you younger guys out there. Very similar to the eboy aesthetic, but no quiet as gothic. Still mainly dressing in darker colorways, but the key here is the accessories: pearl necklace, rings, hats, sunglasses etc.
The other components are fairly simple, short sleeve button ups, ripped jeans, etc.
50 Shades of Grey (or Black)
This is a very clean cut look, and what I’m guessing most of the guys reading this think looks the best. Clean minimalistic style featuring dressier clothing items like overcoats, dress shirts, blazers, and sweaters.
Boy Meets World
This is the very typical 90’s vintage streetwear look that is super popular right now. Fill your cart up with band t-shirts, straight leg jeans, flannels, and corduroy.
Have you ever been to a Ralph Lauren outlet store and the only things left are pieces that are 3x too big for you that no one ever buys? Apparently that’s a super popular aesthetic in Japan and South Korea.
Some of us just really only vibe with 3 colors – grey, black and white, and that’s completely fine. These are some very interesting streetwear looks, the mixing and matching of looser fits with formal pieces mixed in with athletic sneakers. Difficult to pull off, but worth it if you can. Very similar to the techwear aesthetic.
Basic But Stylish
When you think of a guy that dresses good, but doesn’t really go out of his way to be risky with his style, this is the look you probably imagine. Crisp white t-shirts, denim jackets, button ups and the works.