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Would You Change Your Style For a Man?


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robercin robercin 9 years
The only men with better taste than my own are gay...
tmmkitten tmmkitten 9 years
what attracts my husband is what i was doing long before he met me. he likes my style because it is MY style, not someone else's.
frimpled frimpled 9 years
I would NEVER change my style for a man! My style is always evolving but it's not because of any man's opinion. My bf hates that I wear makeup and he doesn't "get" some of my outfits but I don't dress for men. They don't know anything about fashion anyway. ;) I don't think women dress for men in general, (if we did we'd look a lot trashier and who would accessorize?) I think a lot of us dress to impress other women. We're very competitive creatures.
x_juicyfruit x_juicyfruit 9 years
No way, Jose.
redscorpio redscorpio 9 years
I voted for other because I would not mind "tuning" something if I was okay with it - e.g. wear something I own less or more often, wear more colour & less black, etc. Which is something I may want to ask of him too!!!!
AKirstin AKirstin 9 years
That, to me, is like asking if you would change religion for someone. Mt sense of style is very specifically evolved for me and my ideals, and it's the first thing I notice on other people as well. It's so much an extension of who I am, creatively, intellectually and emotionally, that if someone doesn't appreciate it, they aren't worth my time, because frankly, they aren't going to get who I am. However, once involved, I think that evolving together stylistically can be a barometer of how in tune we are. And like other have mentioned before, I would listen to him if he thought I would look good in something or had an honest criticism of a garment, in terms of flattering cut or whatnot, and hope he would feel the same. this is more looking out for each other than changing styles, of course.
msgolitelee msgolitelee 9 years
while i won't change my over all style for a man, i have been in relationships where i saw my tastes would gravitate toward his so we looked like we were together. but i would do the same to him buying him clothes that have my style approval.
Mizlizzle Mizlizzle 9 years
I would wear something of my man's choice if it was, like I voted, "his special day." If I were dressing up for him in the first place there is no harm in making sure it's something that he really loved me in. On a day to day basis, hell no! My style is one of the biggest ways I express myself, and that is not for anyone else to decide! Luckily, I have a wonderful man who loves me for who I am - He has even said that one of the main reasons he was so attracted to me at first was my style! He's a keeper, no?!
RoyalBlueMoss RoyalBlueMoss 9 years
No way, I am Me. Take it or leave it.
fashionhore fashionhore 9 years
I don't think so. My boyfriend has said things like, "I don't like that," and I just tell him that I don't like his style very much either. He wears message t's, jeans, hoodies, and tennis shoes all of the time. I can't get him to dress up even for a wedding. If he isn't ready to change or make an effort, then why does he think that saying something about my style is all it will take? Dummy!
trendinista trendinista 9 years
I would change my style for a man in the bedroom!!
k1force k1force 9 years
NO WAY.... the way I dress expresses who I am and I will not change that. In the way of intimate wear I suppose I might make concessions because that is something slightly different, but I wouldn't wear anything that would make me uncomfortable or un-me. If someone does not like me the way I am then they can hit the road. I have never had this problem though because I am a rather put-together person. I'd love to be a personal shopper or a stylist. I get what looks good and what fits a person's personality and life. I can dream.......
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
No...I think I have great style anyways! I don't know how a guy would not like it! Unless it's super slut! Maybe then it is time to change it up a bit!
Dana18 Dana18 9 years
You never change for a man. Want happen when he is gone.You will loose your self.
gingerclip gingerclip 9 years
I think you would really have to take into consideration why he wants you to wear something different. "I don't like you in sweaters; please stop wearing them." is a lot different from "Baby, you would look amazing in short skirts. Why don't you ever wear them?" or "You look sexy in jeans and a T-shirt. You know you don't have to always dress up to impress me." So, I wouldn't stop wearing what I like to please him, but I would certainly incorporate things he does like into my wardrobe. After all, if I tell him he's hot in a sweater vest, I expect him to wear one every once in a while just so I can drool over him. :)
jill37 jill37 9 years
I love changing my style and trying new things, so if my boyfriend points to something and says "that would look great on you," I definitely consider it. If I don't like how I look or feel uncomfortable, then it goes right back on the shelf. (And I pick out clothes for him all the time, so we're even.)
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Nope, I like my style very much thank you.
musewings musewings 9 years
My husband appreciates my style, but I would mix it up for fun, if he asked. I don't think he would but if he did, I'd be willing... I'm a gemini, after all. :)
RosaDilia RosaDilia 9 years
No way.
syako syako 9 years
Well I said yes... and this is why. When I started dating my husband I was a senior in college and I had gotten way too comfortable in college class wear (i.e. jeans, tshirt, flip flops). He has incredible taste and when we'd go out he would look all nice and dressed up and I'd look a bit sloppy. He never said anything about it, but I wanted to up the ante a bit. In high school I paid more attention to my style and tried to develop it but that got lost in the shuffle of graduating from college. So in a way he "changed" my style, but more like I decided to get back to what I was capable before hand.
emalove emalove 9 years
Nope...take me as I am!
FashionKid FashionKid 9 years
gigill gigill 9 years
I've never had this problem before - all the guys I date love my style!
krEnElk krEnElk 9 years
i did change my style for my ex . . . what a mistake! i'm so much happier now that i'm single and happy and wearing whatever the heck i wanna wear! :woohoo:
mcollazo mcollazo 9 years
If it worked for me then I would...I have before, when I got into a serious relationship and as I got older I toned down my style a lot and started to dress more like a woman. I mean essentially we (women) ultimatley get dress or pick out clothes because we want to be attracted by the opposite sex, so like it or not we do get dressed for men, although we say it is for ourselves ;)
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