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How to Look Less "Cute"?

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I've been always described by girls as "cute." I'm thin and have no facial hair and have a youngish face. I want to look less cute and more manly. How can I achieve this through fashion?
 

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well,they did that in an episode of Jackass .thanks
 
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I would suggest dressing maturely. Button-up shirts (tucked in), chinos/slacks/raws, loafers/chukkas/nicer sneakers. Not so much of the T-shirts, ripped jeans, and Vans.
 

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I've been always described by girls as "cute." I'm thin and have no facial hair and have a youngish face. I want to look less cute and more manly. How can I achieve this through fashion?

How old are you?

I would suggest dressing maturely. Button-up shirts (tucked in), chinos/slacks/raws, loafers/chukkas/nicer sneakers. Not so much of the T-shirts, ripped jeans, and Vans.

Agreed.
 

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I would suggest dressing maturely. Button-up shirts (tucked in), chinos/slacks/raws, loafers/chukkas/nicer sneakers.

If you want to look like a kid who just found his dad's closet.
 

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I would suggest dressing maturely. Button-up shirts (tucked in), chinos/slacks/raws, loafers/chukkas/nicer sneakers. Not so much of the T-shirts, ripped jeans, and Vans.

that would only make him cuter. girls be like "awww did your mom just dress you up? that's sweet!"
 
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I've been always described by girls as "cute." I'm thin and have no facial hair and have a youngish face. I want to look less cute and more manly. How can I achieve this through fashion?

go to the gym
bulk up
shave head

look, if none of that works, take comfort in knowing that one of these days you are going to look young and fresh while everyone else your age looks tired and beat
 

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