Every girl's crazy 'bout a sharp-dressed man
I am not making that up. This information comes straight from the inaugural Well-Dressed Men Survey, commisoned by The Men’s Wearhouse Inc. and conducted by Keiton Research. I guess ZZ Top was on to something with their hit ”Sharp Dressed Man,” released more two decades ago.
Back to the survey. Ninety-one percent of Americans think dressing well can make a man appear more physically attractive than he actually is, while 64 percent believe women are more likely to marry a well-dressed man than a slob.
What’s more, 75 percent of Americans believe well-dressed men are more successful at work, and 22 percent of men think they could earn more money if they learned to dress better.
When it comes to sex appeal, 78 percent of women think one of the hottest things a guy can do is dress well. Some 85 percent think a man who dresses well is sexier than one with a lot of money. And 63 percent of females preferred a man in a suit to a man in a uniform.
And, finally, 80 percent of women said they would give up something in their lives — going out to dinner, using their cell phones or even having sex for an entire year — for a better-dressed partner.
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