But at the end of the day, I wonder if guys in general feel open to or are even seeking the opinion or approval from women in their sartorial experience.
Method: In this so very scientific study, I tweeted to the masses (and some more pointed folks* to balance out the group among style guys, married/commited guys, proudly non-commited guys, manly man guys, etc.) asking if women were a major influencer in their style decisions. This is just part of some of what you taught me:
|Personal favorite response: "the right girl"|
Conclusions: As it turns out, responses were pretty split down the middle. Some guys do it all for the ladies, while others just lean on your own personal style and attention of the female variety is a nice bonus. But a lot of agreement came around the idea of confidence being what women recognize, more so than any article of clothing. So is there some confidence soap you guys are scrubbing up with in the morning?
What do you think? Is it women, guy friends, blogs, or just your taste that influences how you leave the house?
*People with protected tweets have names withheld to protect the innocent