Body rarely matters a whole lot.
Anything above skinny and below beast-freak is fine. Bieber's physique is pretty darn good intermediary but being bigger than him wont hurt your chances that much, he probably has next to no back or leg definition.
For 15 year old children. Yes
Look I don't want to be that guy but seriously it's because it's Justin Bieber not because of the body. It's the same as when girls say "oh my god guys in button ups with rolled up sleeves yum!" And their picture example is Ryan Gosling or something.
Sadik looked better before he blew out for mr olympia
>Body rarely matters a whole lot
Coming from a muscular guy, I beg to differ.
I have found in general that being muscular makes some clothing look great (I normally wear a grey or white tee with some shade of grey wool trousers to work just now and everyone compliments it) and some clothing look beyond terrible.
Also, fashion is about projecting an attitude, an aura, an atmosphere out to the world and to other people. There are few things less striking than a muscular body, partly because of what it implies and partly because its so rare in regular life. I consider my body a blessing from a fashion standpoint because it allows me to create an aura and wear styles completely differently to most people. You could argue that fat people have a similar advantage (though fat people's clothing rarely fits them properly and they normally don't bother with fashion; before i get hate for this, think of an overweight oxbridge type pipe smoking jovial man or something, that image wouldn't be possible without the fat).
I hope this made sense.
Well, ottermode has always been the bodytype most preferred by women and honestly the most visually pleasing both in clothes and without.
Too bulky screams tryhard and mentally inferior, too skinny screams unhealthy and weak.
Thin, yet toned, is perfect balance.