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Things That Women Want Men To Stop Wearing

When it comes to the way you dress, perspective is everything. You may think you look great, that your sense of style has no flaws, and that you are presenting yourself to the women around you as a desirable, attractive man.


In the meantime, women may be looking at you thinking you look ridiculous, that your style is way off, and you end up coming off as someone they want to run away from as soon as possible.

We don't want you to be that guy. So we asked ten fashion bloggers what they don’t want to see you wearing under any circumstances. If you are reading this and have any of these items on your person, you might want to take them off and burn them immediately.

10. Vintage Tees
Aleali May is an image consultant, model and fashion blogger. She has worked with Louis Vuitton and collaborated with brands like Audi USA, Nike, and adidas.

She says: “Don't wear vintage band tees of groups you've never listened to."
Aleali May

9. Mandals
Cailin Koy has been blogging about fashion and beauty since 2008 and has written over 2,000 posts during that time. Her blogging efforts have received many accolades — including being nominated among the top beauty blogs by many popular websites.

She says: “I hate mandals - that is, male sandals. If you're a man, I don't want to see your toes. Especially because most men don't maintain their feet as well as women do. NOT hot.”
Cailin Koy

8. Skinny Jeans
Tanesha Awasthi is known as one of the world’s top fashion, beauty and lifestyle influencers. She has been featured in Vogue, Glamour, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Elle and Redbook and was recently named a Top Lifestyle Blogger by Forbes.

She says: "Fitted denim is sexy, but not jeans so tight they look like they're from your little sister's closet — please stop wearing skinny jeans!"
Tanesha Awasthi

7. Beanies In Warm Weather
Zanita Whittington is one of the world’s most respected style influencers. She has worked with Jimmy Choo and Ralph Lauren as well as many other famous designers, and has contributed to magazines such as Vogue.

Things That Women Want Men To Stop Wearing
She says: “I absolutely hate when men wear beanies in warm weather… with T-shirts. A beanie is not a warm-weather fashion statement — wear a hat so we all know your brain is functioning correctly.”
Zanita Whittington

6. Vests
Danielle Bernstein runs a website called WeWoreWhat. She created the fashion blog to provide a daily dose of outfit inspiration from every corner of NYC, and she has close to one and a half million followers on Instagram.

She says: "Guys, stop wearing vests! They will never be sexy."
Danielle Bernstein

5. Affliction or Ed Hardy T-shirts
Amy Marietta is a fashion influencer and creative brand and talent consultant who has been featured in Cosmopolitan, L’officiel Italia, Glamour, GQ, Refinery29, The New York Times and Elle.

She says: "It's funny, I get asked this question a lot actually, and I always say the same thing. Men should not own ANY Affliction, Ed Hardy or shirts with large logos on them. It's egregious, was never chic and will decrease your chances of getting laid by 90 percent. Burn them all."
Amy Marietta

4. Cargo Shorts
Kathleen Barnes is a fashion and beauty blogger who runs the awesomely-named blog “Carrie Bradshaw Lied”

She says: “I would hope by now most guys know that men’s cargo shorts are never coming back. Get some clean khaki shorts, and let those cargos RIP.”
Kathleen Barnes

3. Flip-Flops
Stephanie Liu is a fashion and lifestyle blogger who created her blog to share her passion for style with those who love fashion as much as she does. She has been featured in Teen Vogue.

She says: "I honestly haven't seen a man's feet that I love. So ,until I do, I wish men would stop wearing flip-flops if we're not at the beach or in the backyard."
Stephanie Liu

2. Anything That Doesn't Fit
Tiffany Battle is a blogger who has a degree in chemical engineering and works for one of the largest semiconductor companies in the world yet has an undying love for all things fashion.

She says: “I'm not a fan of anything that doesn't fit well, from baggy suits to tight pants and sloppy shirts! Be done with all of it. Find a tailor and get to know each other very well.”
Tiffany Battle

1. Boat Shoes
Luanna Perez-Garreaud has two million followers on Instragram and has been featured in MTV Style and Teen Vogue.

She says: “Boat shoes… just no for me. Looks like you stayed at your grandparents' house last night. They are called boat shoes for a reason, and today you are definitely not on a boat.”
Source: www.askmen.com

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