Here I was expecting a thread about women, and instead am reading all about rules and architecture
On a more serious note - My observation is that most women focus on fabric/color when dressing men. Unfortunately the result, IMO, usually comes across as... feminine. Plus they tend to pay only superficial attention to cut/fit. The result could be a step up for really hopeless cases. But for everyone else, learn to dress yourself.. Another danger - if a woman dresses guy, then tells him how amazing he looks, he is going to believe it. Whether he looks good or not. All that being said, I still enjoy hearing a woman's opinion, and think that more female members on the board would be a good thing.
, nobody has started a "Which brand of suit has more handiwork?" thread for a while.
Don't tempt me