If you've ever heard the phrase "chasing a skirt," you may have just considered it a saying left over from past generations and older times; however, there is a lot of truth to it. Most guys find skirts, dresses, and other flattering clothes which are indicative of femininity and reserved solely for women to be very attractive. Still, most women prefer to wear a pair of jeans and a t-shirt whenever possible. I'm not writing to criticize or encourage change, but merely to gain understanding. I would think that if were a girl and I wanted to date more or attract more guys and all I had to do was change my style, that I would quickly make the change; yet, the general consensus and preference among women remains.
Why is this? Why do girls detest wearing skirts or dresses when they aren't required by the occasion? Is it a matter of comfort, an issue of trying to fit in more, or perhaps of a statement of modernism? What is the source of such common opinions?