Summer looks that drive men wildYou're not the only one who loves your denim shorts!
By Kristin Granero for YourTango.com
Ladies, if you've been waiting anxiously for the chance to break out your summer wardrobe, we're here to assure you that you're not alone.
From the "invisible" yoga short to the (apparently underrated) sundress, we went straight to the source to get a sense of the warm-weather styles that really make men sweat (some of the answers may even surprise you).
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1. "I love my lady's legs. Nothing beats a pair of sexy shorts and heels." - Evan, 33
2. "A strapless sundress and flip-flops. Keep it simple." - Matt, 31
3. "I love some high-waisted shorts, a plain tee and sunglasses." - Steve, 26
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4. "Ripped denim shorts with wedges so the legs look long." - Michael, 29
5. "Love when the country concerts come to town. Plaid shirts tied in the front with jean shorts ... boots if they are really into it." - Jeff, 29
6. "Can't go wrong with some tank tops and short shorts." - Nick, 30
7. "I love, love, love sundresses." - Dustin, 29
8. "Booty shorts and crop tops." - Jon, 25
9. "The less a woman reveals, the more mysterious she is..." - Tom, 27
10. "Those tight yoga shorts... it's like they're wearing nothing at all." - Andrew, 29
This article originally appeared on YourTango: We Asked, Guys Answered: Which Summer Look Drives You Wild?
Dear Tom #9,
I wear my smocks covering from just below my chin to sweeping the floor lengths. On days that's below 80 degrees I also wear head scarf with holes just for my eyes, which are covered in a pair of sunglass. Thank you so much for stating that you find such fashion attractive, I mean, mysterious.
I do hope you will take the effort and the time to discover all that mystery behind a completely covered woman.
Looking for ways to damn inhale under all these clothes
The best look is a nice shorter skirt or dress. Denim is ok for the Walmart crowd, but not for those of use who like to frequent nice places.
Denim is also good for yard work, changing the oil, painting,etc. It's just not very attractive on anybody regardless of body shape. It's almost as ugly as having a tatoo.
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