Reptile Prints: Girl Hot or Guy Hot?
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After years of carefully broaching the topic of fashion among the good-sport guys in my life (friends, boyfriends, brothers, unsuspecting strangers), it's come to my attention that some of the trends we gals just go gaga over aren't exactly guy-friendly (read: anything that fits loosely or has a lot to "figure out").
This also goes along with the theory I've heard tossed around that suggests women don't actually dress to attract men, but rather to impress other women.
To separate the sheep from the goats (or, in this case, the straight-legs from the gauchos), I'm going to routinely throw out a rising fad I think could go either way. Once you vote, I'll follow up with the male verdict so you know if both sexes are on the same page (or, as in many cases, different planets).
For my first installment of "Girl Hot or Guy Hot?," I chose to address the sweeping reptile-print trend, which was sparked by the late Alexander McQueen and has been well received by actresses like Naomi Campbell, Anna Paquin and, most recently, Salma Hayek.