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Women's Fashion Trends: What do Guys Like? What do Guys Hate?
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Steven: Dear Abby, you have aint got nothing on us. Tango goes straight to the source and gets guys talking about sex, dating, make-ups and break-ups. Five guys, five different love stages and worst topics. Get ready for a little guy guidance. I’m Steven Fabian and this is “That’s What He Said”.
Surprisingly men are paying attention to what you’re wearing and not just what’s underneath it. So, let’s find out some things that men think are cool and not cool.
Alright guys, let’s talk about women’s fashion trends. What do you like, what do you hate? I’ll start it off. The huge sun glasses, immediately turned off, the big bug eye sun glasses, I just—
Male: Like how much sun is actually getting on your face so you have to protect yourself that much.
Male: But why would a girl want to look like Lenny Kravitz? Like what is the appeal?
Male: The problem here is that women are starting to all dress alike whether they are 30 or 50. Do you know what I mean? So, you see little girls wearing these skirts and then I see a woman who’s thirty years old and they kind of turns me off a little bit because I’m like, I just saw that on an 8-year old.
Male: It kind of turns me on—it’s something like, I don’t—
Male: The tattoo I never understand because it’s like I know some of the women who don’t wear the same pair of shoes for more than three months. And then they are going to permanently like this flower. I’m going to love this in 20 years.
Male: Call me an old fashion but I am a sucker for a woman in a dress like just below the knee.
Male: Well, sun dresses.
Male: Well, nothing’s really just sun dress but like with a belt. Like just a—like a lady of uptown, like almost look a Jacky O. look but a little modernized. God, it is getting hot in here? What is happening to us?
Male: What about like shoes when it comes to that, are you looking for girls when you’re out that are wearing heels, or wearing flats, or wearing Chuck Taylor, Converse, All Stars.
Male: If I see a girl who is wearing high heels and can’t walk in them. I’m done with this, practice!
Male: Like heels for girl is like a guy driving a stick like you know what you’re doing but if you put on those flats but we’re talking about flats, I think we’re talking about like the shoes that are like every art teacher wore. They’re like crappy ballet shoes. Those are flats. I hate that. That’s lazy.
Male: If you’re out at a club, yes, you’re not going for flats but what if you just come out to watch a movie. You want her in the heels?
Male: Wearing the heels. I don’t want her in those flats. Maybe she’s my—
Male: You just hate the flats?
Male: I hate those flats.
Male: One girl that I see in all of these high heels is wearing red converse, all stars. You know if she puts it off right—cool.
Male: I kind of think I’m the opposite. I like that classy to high feminine and you know like more European look. I don’t know I just like, I like women who had that skinny jeans and I like toes so I’m a foot person and I think it has a lot to do with hygiene, you know like hands and feet.
Male: Some girls do a little fake Cindy Crawford with a little piercing.
Male: I love that because that tells me that’s like, “Hey, you don’t need to waste your time” because I have one of these idiot—I’m helping you out. I’m saving you a $50.00 for the next day because I have made a metal dimple in my face.
Steven: Well, we’re all wearing something here today. This has been “That’s What He Said”. I’m Steven Fabian. Thanks for watching.