What men think about women's fashions, what he thinks looks hot and not, fashion trends

Last year, I wrote an article looking at what men think of women’s fashions. Truth be told, some of it was a bit harsh, and I suspect many of you ladies didn’t think much of the article or me.

“Generally, guys have no fashion sense,” one woman wrote in the article’s comments section. “Let's leave it to the women to make the fashion choices.” No doubt, this savvy reader has a point. Most men aren’t Cary Grant or George Clooney. Our idea of dapper is putting on deodorant. Our idea of style is wearing a clean T-shirt.

That being said, though, we know what we like, and what we don’t like, on a woman. So here’s another list of women’s fashion trends we think are hot, and not.

Flip Flops.
Sure, if you’re near the beach or the pool, these are fine. But for whatever reason, women seem to think flip-flops are acceptable footwear for all occasions. “They're not the most flattering,” Andrew, 26, says. “I think they're too little-girl cutesy.” They can also look trailer-park cheap, like they were plucked out of the discount bin at the Dollar Store.

Head Scarves.
When I see a woman wearing one of these, I think of the bandannas that Hulk Hogan wears. As a general rule, anything reminiscent of Hulk Hogan isn’t sexy.

Capri Pants.
Frankly, I don’t understand what’s happening to the length of women’s pant legs. Some come to below the knee, some to the calf and some are adjustable. Some are rolled up, some have zippers at the sides, some have strings and some puff out and look like something a pirate would wear as he swabbed the deck. “I don't know what to call them other than pantaloons,” Shawn says.

But whatever you want to call them, the bottom line is that you don’t want to wear something that looks like it shrunk in the dryer. Either go long (pants to the ankles) or not (shorts above the knee). There’s no in-between.