Okay, let's face it; guys dress to attract ladies and ladies dress to attract guys. Both sexes make some very bad fashion decisions in regard to attracting the opposite sex, so this isn't finger pointing. BUT--

A recent poll shows that roughly 60% of men do not like the shoes their significant other wears.

The Top 5 Least Liked Were:

1. Wedges

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Wedges have come and gone over the years. They made a bit of a return in the 70's. Most men would like to see them go away again. Besides, once everyone starts wearing them, they're no longer in style.

 

 

 

 

2. UGGS

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Nothing says 'Winter' quite like fur-lined boots. So, what's the deal with wearing these Uggly boots in summer with shorts?

Guys hate 'em. Here's a tip -- Besides, once everyone starts wearing them, they're no longer in style.

 

3. Crocs

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Here's a real simple rule for wearing Crocs: Working in the yard or garden? Fine. Anywhere else on the face of the earth? No. Especially with skinny silver pants.

Besides, once everyone starts wearing them, they're no longer in style.

 

 

 

4. Platforms

Flickr/ Vico Torok

Clunky. Do you want to look clunky? Were you going for clunky when you decided to buy new shoes? Not only are they 'clunky', but they make you walk like a horse. Besides, once everyone starts wearing them, they're no longer in style.

 

 

5. Flip Flops

Flickr/ metoday

Arrrgh! They are NOT for anything but yardwork or the beach. Nothing says, 'I don'tcare how I look' quite like flip flops. This rule applies to both men and women! Not only are they ugly (yes, even with those cute little flowers) but who wants a big callous between their big toe and whatever the heck you call that toe next to it? Besides, once everyone starts wearing them, they're no longer in style.

Other shoe styles that made the Top 10:

Moccasins

Mary Janes

Ballet shoes

Kitten heels

Sneakers

So, now you want to know; Just what kind of shoes do guys like to see?

Well, I guess the only style left is just plain old 'High Heels'

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Or, as they are known today as ...uh, well, you know, THOSE pumps.