When it comes to fashion, men are more likely to be seen wearing the same boring things, a new study finds.
A new study by The Associated Press found men are wearing the clothes of their favourite actresses, fashion designers, fashion houses, celebrities and musicians.
It was published Thursday in the journal American Sociological Review.
Women were also more likely than men to buy clothes made by fashion houses and fashion designers.
And, of course, women are more attuned to the needs of men than men are to women’s needs.
The AP asked 1,500 adults to rank the styles and styles of men and women they know.
The study found that while women are most likely to dress like men, they’re not necessarily more likely.
They’re more likely if they know someone who is a male fashion designer.
They are more apt to dress in a way that’s appropriate to the culture.
And if they have a boyfriend or husband, they are more inclined to dress accordingly.
So if a man likes a nice sweater or a tailored suit, he might be more likely have a good look in that space, the researchers said.
The findings are especially interesting for women, the study authors wrote.
“In addition to the aesthetic and aesthetic-like value, this study suggests that men and young women are differentially attuned when it comes from being able to perceive, process and process in their own way,” the study said.