I always think the "He's not my type" thing is (a not very subtle) code for "He's ugly" or "He seems like a jackass." I don't ever think of it as a reference to clothing, unless that clothing indicates something about the guy (the way an Ed Hardy t-shirt indicates something, for instance). That could be my misunderstanding. But my point is basically that, while I don't like plenty of styles on guys—Raf and Rick are not my thing, just to give some examples—I like just about everything on women if it's done well. In other words, I might not like a guy in Raf, but I have no problem with the Raf equivalent on a woman. Basically I flip through this thread and like pretty much everything.