How To Attract Guys When You Dress Like One?

I recently had the inspiration to go out and try again. But how am I supposed to go out and meet guys when I want to be me? I don’t want to grow my hair back and start wearing more “feminine” clothes on behalf of nice men. I’ve run into several guys on dating apps who didn’t want to date a woman who looks like a guy.

I’m about to tell you my story and some of the things I have discovered over time. If you are reading this, you might feel identified. I have no idea what you look like, how you dress or how you feel, but I hope you find on this read what you are looking for.

Being that said… Let’s start!

When it came to dating, I was always ignored at school. The boys in high school never gave me daylight. My love life is over. I ended up with a guy because of peer pressure, then I fell in love with a key to my league, then tried again. But a lot of the guys I went with did not agree with the way I dressed back then.

Several of them even wished I looked more “girly”.

I recently had the inspiration to go out and try again. But how am I supposed to go out and meet guys when I want to be me? I don’t want to grow my hair back and start wearing more “feminine” clothes on behalf of nice men. I’ve run into several guys on dating apps who didn’t want to date a woman who looks like a guy. I had to close this account because of the crap I got from a few other users.

Then I realized that there are women who wear men’s clothes with short hair and look smoking hot. But for them, they usually have nice asses, nice boobs, and a feminine face, so they can “wear” whatever masculine clothes they wear. They also usually wear a lot of tight jeans.

So what I found out is that you don’t need to wear really pretty and feminine dresses, it’s probably all about makeup and hair

There are a lot of women who dress like men but have a feminine touch that looks super attractive. Definitely go for more makeup if you are wearing men’s clothes and maybe grow your hair longer.

  • It’s not about being able to please men, it’s about feeling feminine and always wearing the clothes you love. Before everything else, BE YOURSELF.

I’ve seen a lot of women dressed “male” and they always seem to think, “Hmm, she’s cute / sexy… shame being a lesbian.” If I say, there are ways to dress in “masculine” clothes but put aside the “feminine” vibe. I am not a fashion expert but I have seen a few women stand out so you can consult a real fashion expert quickly to help you out.

I’m female and I wear very masculine or androgenic clothes and my hair is cut straight but the key is to contribute jewelry and makeup that will go a long way to make me look feminine without compromising my taste in clothes.

For starters, let’s be honest: your dating pool is limited. A lot of people just are not attracted to it. On the other hand, you will have to work harder when you find someone you are interested in. Because if you present yourself as the king of drag / low key, most people will think of you as a lesbian. So, when you want someone, you go there, and you do it a lot further. all “until the boys chase you, they won’t cut you off.”

It might sound cliché, but there is something for everyone, but if you’re a Maverick, you’ll get a smaller pool.

Before meeting my boyfriend, I mostly dressed in oversized t-shirts and shorts. My boyfriend had previously expressed that he liked women’s style more and even helped me shop for clothes, and since I started dating him I’ve found that I really enjoy wearing skirts or dresses, but especially when I could find sizes and styles that suited me.

Personally, I like it best when my boyfriend dresses well or in clothes that fit him and he starts to dress more. I like it when he thinks about what I find attractive.

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