Here are five tips on dressing for dating success. Mull these over and then apply them. You will see how your dating life will improve.
MEN AND FASHION
It is a known medical fact that the testicles are located externally to enable them to achieve a temperature somewhat cooler (2-7 degrees Celsius) than the human body. Men's contemporary underwear designs, however, rarely accommodate this movement.
Men love long hair…on women, that is. No matter what your husband, lover, boyfriend or significant other may say, all things being equal, your guy would rather see your hair long and luxurious than short and stylish. This may not be exactly what you want to hear (especially if you just coughed up a ton o’ cash on a fashionable, cropped do), but it is nonetheless generally true.
We understand that everyone has that one thing that really gets them going (we celebrated that fact last week on January 20, International Fetish Day). From our research, it seems that one of the most popular fetishes among men has to do with a woman's body parts down south... her feet. Why, what were you thinking?
There are plenty of good reasons to have a man in your life. Sex. Opening pesky pickle jars. Um, sex. But let's not forget the added bonus of nipping into your guy's dresser drawers and claiming the loot inside for yourself. Here, 7 dude duds to "borrow" for your fall wardrobe.
Foxy or frumpy? Men and women have different takes on what's hot and what's not in fashion. The surprise? Fashion choices may be biologically-based. Maureen Dempsy investigates. "Guy-hot vs. Girl-hot. Surely you've heard the terms. You could probably point them out on a busy sidewalk. And for purely mass-categorical purposes (warning: stereotype approaching), I'll define the polarity by saying that women fall into one of two subsets: Jessica Simpson? Guy-hot. But Kirsten Dunst? Girl-hot. Done. Kirsten looks adorable all the time, while Jessica perpetually appears as if she's posing for Maxim—in my opinion. But what makes us one way or the other? And are women who dress to impress other women at a disadvantage?. Here's part of the answer: a recent UCLA/University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire study found that women dress more provocatively during ovulation. The study's authors noted that ovulating women wore skirts rather than pants, showed more skin, and, in general, dressed more fashionably."