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2. Do you notice women on the street?

Women wearing colorful, patterned clothes. Women wearing hats. The color red.

Yes. Futch women.
Women with swag. Intentional waring of clothes.
How they hold themselves.
Invisible queer women... futch women.

Yes, women who have makeup-artist style makeup, well put together outfits, and the conventionally attractive skinny body I wish I could have.

I feel like I notice people all the time. I couldn't say what always draws me to them. Usually just that they're people, being themselves in the world, probably. I guess I wonder who everybody is.

I especially notice and admire the ones who are wearing A-line mid-thigh tunics and hats or caps. Women like me. I once - only once - saw someone, somewhere in Tunisia, who looked EXACTLY the way I would like to look, in terms of clothing and personality. She was looking as if she came from a neolithic age, a couple of thousand years ago. She was wearing a brown knee-length suede tunic, had brown, mid-length layered hair, was probably wearing sandals and she was smiling. She looked incredibly free and authentic and happy and had a great flair and nonchalance, in the best sense. I saw her only briefly, I saw her just walking by, now about 17 years ago, but I will never forget her.

Yes! I always notice women who have what I want- the good clothes, the perfect makeup- basically the ones who look well put together in general.

Definitely! I notice women who are well dressed, or who dress differently than most people, especially when it's unconventional. For example, I was obsessed with this woman I saw for .2 seconds that I passed on the sidewalk yesterday with pink eyebrows. I also admire women who just casually walk around smiling because I think it's really nice they're happy.

ones with the same type of style i have or ones with bizarre fashion senses

Yes, I do. I notice those woman who use make up and do high light on their hair.

I love seeing women who are unique in their own style and fashion. I particularly notice cool clothes, nice makeup or hair, or something as simple as their smile.

I only notice women on the street if they seem to be "phony" or overly-made up. I especially notice women who have ridiculous manicured/fake fingernails. My own fingernails grow so fast & I simply don't understand how one can do anything with finger-fangs.

Those that care about how they look.

I tend to admire women with pretty makeup, pretty hair or pretty clothes/shoes.

who look confident and fit and also on how they conduct themselves and show an independent personality.

i admire women with styles that are a little androgynous, a little insouciant, sort of arty or design-y, visually strong, confident, a little laid back.

I'm fairly observant so I'd say I notice most people on the street, but the women that I notice/admire most are probably those who either appear to have everything "together" (you know, the ones that look like they could be the mums in a Cath Kidston catalogue) and those that aren't afraid to be bold and unconventional with they're style and try new things.

I really look for older women and women of size who have swagger.

i admire practically all women around me that hold themselves with confidence. that tends to be the thing i mostly pick up on, if a women holds herself tall and looks effortlessly proud and comfortable, she automatically seems admirable because in some situations that is very brave.

Of course. Those who looks elegant.

Women that have an unique style. Women that have dressed carefully even if it was cold, raining and just another day.

I tend to notice 'successful' women who hold themselves well - head up and full of confidence.

Ones who aren't afraid of what they look like. The quirky ones, the ones who have obviously spent a while cultivating a style that works for them. I'm envious of that confidence.

Those with an eclectic style, that shows something of their own character and decisions rather than store bought - high street or designer. I like the little quirks, how someone ties their scarf, or carries a market bag or takes something simple and makes it their own.

I admire women who are stylish but in a natural, elegant way rather than a contrived, super put together look

I notice women like me

Admire: Elegant, looking busy
notice: too much make-up, too colorful clothes, too loud, grumpy old ladies who cannot stand young women just because they're young.

All the time. I like women in white high top converse, menswear, moms in sparkly flip-flops, tweens in graphic tees, interesting fall and winter boot selections on women, and false eyelashes.

I always notice women who wear a lot of interesting colors and patterns, and women who look like they are going somewhere. Nothing is more stunning than someone who is completely focused on the task at hand in interesting clothes.

Styled, shorthaired or highhaired women. Whi have no fear to Change and Interpreten their bodies they way they want it to look. Even if it implicits long term consequences ?(tatoos)
Women that are under General termes described as "not beautiful" but have an amazing Aura and Beauty by the way they style.

The ones with really cool or different styles- tomboy or arty looks really catch my attention.

It sounds terrible, but women I often find myself noticing are women who I don't think have dressed appropriately for their shape. I have nothing against bigger women - I am one, and I prefer bigger women. But I do often find myself noticing women who would look much better if they had a slightly longer dress on or a slightly looser pair of pants. I know that it can be hard to dress and look good when you aren't stick thin, but I think there is a lot of clothing available now that looks really good on women who are larger, and so I think it's a shame when women don't wear that clothing.

I admire simple styles, monochrome, and minimalism.

Yes. Those who have good posture and walk with a purpose.

I love a woman with attitude and a kind of assertiveness in her style.

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