We all love to look good but certain trends we pick may not be good for ourselves.
It is a well-known fact that appearances matter in attraction, they either turn you on or off. Pulse.com.gh step out to find out what the opposite sex love or hate about each other.
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We all love to look good but certain trends we pick may not be good for ourselves. Here are some things the opposite sex do not like about our outfits but do not say.
S.K Osei, a journalist here in Accra, says: “I find it weird when ladies wear Kaba with padded shoulders like those of sub- zero from Mortal Kombat.”
According to Ama serwaa, she hates it “when boys wear tight trousers or shorts that reveal an outline of their penis, whose size I presume they want the whole world to know. They look funny and annoying.”
Martha Boakye added: “I hate guys who do not put on inner wears. They just have their shirts on, raw like that, and it clings on to them, soaking in all the sweat, I just hate that.”
Ms. Brown said: “Guys with excessive piercing and tattoos as well as a mix-match of colours just put her off.”
Madam Sarah opined that guys who sag their jeans or shorts showing off their multicoloured boxer shorts, which are often dirty anyway.”
Owusu- Sarfo explains that “plus size ladies who wear short and tight clothing” are a turnoff for him.
Mr. Tornyi adds: “I don’t like ladies who dress and expose their breast and beads … it is really annoying, I must confess.”
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Mr Darko, a trader, also has a dislike for women who wear too much makeup. He doesn’t like ladies with short blouses showing their backs when seated, thus forcing them to pull them down every time.
His colleague Appiah added that he detests ladies who wear chokers on their necks. “Ladies who wear anklet beads disgusts me,” he adds.
Meanwhile, Mr.Coleman, a businessman in Accra, says he dislikes the recent fashion trend where women wear off shoulder dresses with no hand but with the sleeve starting from the elbow. “I really don’t like that trend,” he states, simply.
NB: Names used are not the actual names of the interviewees but were created for the purpose of the story.