I love a “man tailored” woven shirt on a woman. They are actually cut for women now of course, but that is the description my mom uses. I think those shirts are anywhere from professional to sexy, even sophisticated, depending on the overall look of the total outfit. I’m not into the tie though. Even on a man; I like a tie on men, but prefer no tie. I like a more urban casual look. Metrosexualish.
Neither link you provided does the shirt and tie really appeal to me. I think the tie is distracting actually from the beauty of each of the women.
Edit: I thought I would add that I love a beautiful suit also on women. I like that fashion is going back to tailored styles. Everything was ruffly and loose and more patterns for many years.
@Mama_Cakes The second photo take away the tie and unbotton the shirt two buttons and she looks fem and “smart” to me. Smart like sharply dressed, nothing to do with IQ. But, I like fem women. The Kate Moenig photo does nothing for me also. But, even if she was wearing something different I would not find her physically compelling.
@Mama_Cakes For me it is. I probably would prefer her hair if it was not so tight against her head, but it isn’t a negative for me. I usually like hair styles that are slicked back, I just think looser would look better on her in particular.
My attraction to Kate probably has a lot to do with the fact that I basically fell in love with her character on The L Word (NSFW). Being a big hetero, a girl had to be more than attractive to attract me. They also have to be awesome and sexy in a way that has nothing to do with their face, hair, and body.
If I were to be with a woman, it would be someone like her. Not very feminine, but not butch either. Just…cool as shit.
Right, some make-up too. Honestly, that is basically my style, especially when I was working. Taylored and make-up. I wear slacks most of the time, and for me I prefer a jacket that is taylored for a woman, but I like a longer jacket, similar to a man’s cut, also. I like to see a woman’s curves, but I don’t like cleavage usually. A little on a special occasion when dressed up can be ok, or a peak when a shirt shifts.
I guess that means I would date myself if I dated women. LOL. It’s starting to sound very self absorbed. Except, I tend to like olive skin and black hair, which I don’t have.
First picture – I’d wear. Second picture – Reminds me a little too much of church clothes. Kate Moenig – who I’ve never heard of before now – is really attractive. Great bone structure. I have a thing for cheekbones. ^_^
Yah, I think it could be sexy. I was looking for a form fitting tuxedo once. I had a vision of wearing one with the tie loosened, the top two buttons undone and wild tussled hair and shiny red lipstick. For some reason that seems sexy to me.
I didn’t pursue the look. It just wasn’t that important to me. Now the whim has gone.
Yuck, hipster-wear. I love ties, both bow and regular, but only with low necklines so they come off as decoration more than formalwear – fun, not elegant or sexy. Like this. And I like tailored dress shirts, too, but not with ties.