last comment by May A.
3 years ago
What would you prefer to see your boys wear out on the town? a nice three piece suit? maybe a smart blazer and a good button up? oxford's or a nice pair of boots? ties?or,denim, ripped tee, and some messy hair? sneakers? favourite band hoodie, baggy cardigan, or perhaps a grungy leather jacket?What's your preference?
over 6 years ago
I like guys with a bit of rock-style.
February 13, 2010
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classy of course :)
A mix both I think, but definitely not too trashy.
INSIDE YOUR HEAD,
both! Classy blazer with a band tee!
I like it when they can mix the two. :)but I love a guy in a suit
February 20, 2010
Definitely the latter. For me, ripped jeans, a tee and a leather jacket would be perfect.Although I'm sure that's largely because I'm only 16.
Trashy with a small hint of Classy.
Anderson Cooper rocks the Classy Look. He make's it look effortless and sexy.So I'm going to vote for classy.
Classy. It reflects their personality.
February 21, 2010
i love a guy with a pair of dark wash levis, a v-neck, cardigan and nice shoes. a suit is also nice too...i am more for classy if anything but with a hint of grunge
February 22, 2010
definitely a guy that could wear a nice pair of jeans with a button down, or, my favourite, a black long sleeve with some nonawkward pants ;)
February 25, 2010
I think I've answered this, but: classy with a hint of thrashy.
Definitely a mix. Or either. Or... I'm really not fussed. GAH. This is why I'm poly.
March 3, 2010
Definitely classy, but not over the top posh.
January 17, 2013
Any of them, but neither over classy or over trashy.
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