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post #16 of 23
Call me the minority, but I actually like girls who don't look too made up. Girls who look like they spent most of the morning primping are a huge turnoff for me. Designer denim matched with Manolos practically scream "High maintenance." Give me a girl who throws on a pair of high tops any day of the week.
post #17 of 23
LA Guy, I definetely understand what you are saying.  However, you can look nice without looking like you have spent countless hours in front of the mirror (ie - not wearing too much makeup) Certainly girls can look really pretty with wearing very little makeup.  Too much makeup is definetely a huge turn off. I also want to add to my list of turnoffs, girls who wear those low rise pants and show part of their thongs.  That is just totally sleazy to me.
post #18 of 23
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Call me the minority, but I actually like girls who don't look too made up.  Girls who look like they spent most of the morning primping are a huge turnoff for me.  Designer denim matched with Manolos practically scream "High maintenance."  Give me a girl who throws on a pair of high tops any day of the week.
Word.
post #19 of 23
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you guys sure have a lot of turn-offs. yes, i was referring to the studded belts. "spikes" was a wrong choice of words. a friend first pointed them out in a rocker bar about a year ago, and ever since, i see them everywhere. labelking et al; i agree that the pointy shoes look good on the shelf, by themselves, but on a woman it is a very harsh look that few can pull off. also, i'm a guy that likes pretty hands and feet, and those pointy things will really mess up a girl's toes. i'm all for thongs, flip fops, elevated flip flops, pajama bottoms, short shorts (how can you not love college girls in short shorts?), and skirts; any kind of skirt is better than pants, unless they're hot pants. i agree that less is more in terms of make-up. to add to my list: shoulder pads, giant earrings, chuck taylors, long nails, and tatoos.  
post #20 of 23
You know those car commercials that all have the warning across the bottom? "Closed course, Professional Driver, Don't attempt these maneuvers" There are some women's clothes which really should come with similar warnings such as: "Caution, looks good only on slender girls who are (or could be) models. Plus size gals, and girls with beer bellies should not attempt the wearing of these clothes." The clothing types in most need of such warning labels are super low cut jeans paired with tight, high cut shirts. A trip to to local mall to see a movie can make me want to run in fear. I don't know how things have gone this far off track. Who convinced girls that that exposed rolls of fat highlighted between their waistband and shirt hem is attractive? Kai
post #21 of 23
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You know those car commercials that all have the warning across the bottom? "Closed course, Professional Driver, Don't attempt these maneuvers" There are some women's clothes which really should come with similar warnings
hahahaha. very nice. I don't understand how some girls can look in the mirror before they leave their houses and not think, "My belly doesn't look hot when it pokes out from under my three-sizes-too-small shirt." I also need to commend LAG for pointing the distastefulness of too much make up. Although girls need not completely skip wearing cosmetics, they shouldn't look like a seven year old beauty pageant contestant. Remember the saying of the Ancient Greeks: "All things in moderation." Not too much make-up, but a little up-keep is welcome.
post #22 of 23
One of my favourite pastimes is to sit in Pitt Street Mall in the Sydney CBD and observe the cavalcade of fashions passing buy this highly populated thoroughfare. Pet hates? (1) women wearing sass&bide crotch level cut jeans 2 sizes too small - these jeans (requiring a Brazilian wax) are all the rage in Australia. (2) the ineveitable G-String hanging out the top of the aforesaid jeans, usually a $2 cheapie. (3) Pants so tight the crotch indents are on show. Usually white pants. (3) women who now wear baseball caps backwards. Urgghhh.
post #23 of 23
I work in Chicago, and hate seeing woman after woman wear a suit with old tennis shoes...no class whatsoever. Guys for that matter too. The should suck it up and get a comfortable pair of dress shoes that they can walk in.
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