In a survey, 800 women tell Mens Health what a man should wear if he wants his clothes torn off.
42% of women say, "If I'm sharing your bed, sleep in boxers." Save your PJ bottoms for solo nights. Women want our sleeping companions in boxers, or nude. However, 58 percent of us prefer a man in boxer briefs for everyday wear. Go with cotton or microfiber, the sexiest-ranking fabrics, according to the ladies.
Her Other Choices 34% Nothing; sleep naked 11% Boxers and t-shirt 9% Pajama pants 3% Pajama pants and t-shirt Less than 1% Flannel Pajama set
26% of women say the shoes you should own—and wear often—are leather loafers. Women size up a man's shoes as indicators of his overall sense of style, social status, and cash flow. What we see in the man in loafers is a casual elegance that hints at a sensual life of sauvignon blanc on the beach and lazy Sunday breakfasts in bed.
54% of women say you look hottest in faded vintage-style jeans. With proper care, a pair of jeans, like a relationship, can last a lifetime. Maybe that explains why we love seeing your butt covered in worn-in denim, a spot of thigh showing through a hole. You seem like you'd be a loyal boyfriend; that you won't throw us away at the first sign of fray. Top with a bright sweater, the perfect contrast to your blues.
Her Other Choices 34% Dark, clean denim 5% Tight, George Michael-style 4% Baggy, hip-hop-style 3% Ripped, rock 'n' roll style
85% of women say flat-front pants are hot. To say that women dislike pleated pants is the understatement of the century. Why do we want our men to lose those baggy, saggy reminders of a bygone era, in favor of the modern sleekness of flat-front pants? We don't like to sleep with men who dress like our grandfathers.
"Dress for success". We've heard this one all too many times. And there's actually science involved as well. Though implementing the idea is easier said than done. So to help all who are clueless in wearing the right clothes, and colors, here are some facts we know. Read more
Judging by this year's shows, the classic clean-cut look might be on it's way out. First noticed at Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2012 menswear collection, the line-up featured the usual classic if not conservative looks donned by male models with longer than average locks. The look even cropped up in varying degrees at Perry Ellis, Simon Spurr, Lanvin, Tim Hamilton, Nicholas K., Marc Jacobs, and Steven Alan shows. Read more
Street photographer Tommy Ton captured these street style looks on September 8 in New York City, appealing to the modern man-about-town (city?) Judging by the outfits, it seems that fall is fast approaching, with subjects wearing coats, knits, cardigans and the like: Read more