#5 San Antonio, TX
San Antonio is known for rodeos, not runways.
Take the famous San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, a three-week extravaganza at which you won't feel comfortable unless you're suited up in western attire-from your head (one of those sweet hats) to your toes (cowboy boots).
Orlando was voted the No. 1 family vacation destination, so visitors were likely focused on people seen around the theme parks, which aren't exactly crowded with fashionistas-enduring Disney World's winding lines in stilettos would be crazy.
The city won raves for its weather and variety of hotel options.
In a city judged to have fairly offbeat residents, there are bound to be questionable fashion choices. Case in point: the Baltimore Hons, a group of people who sport the '50s cat-eye-glasses look with gusto.
Some visitors have their sights focused elsewhere, anyway, using Baltimore as a convenient, affordable base for day trips.
#2 Salt Lake City
Voters rated Salt Lake City one of the top ten quietest cities in the nation and praised it for affordability and cleanliness.
But T+L readers didn't equate those squeaky-clean locals with fashion-forward ways-perhaps because, male or female, there are only so many ways to rock a polo shirt.
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