The company Thread, which is a virtual stylist service that matches buyers to outfits according to their tastes, commissioned a study of 1,094 British adults. The results showed men spend almost one tenth more on clothes than women despite only wearing a small proportion of them regularly.
Wow! That's surprising. How could men buy more clothing? We don't know how the participants were selected. Maybe they all come from a higher income bracket.
One of the most challenging things about dressing, is to work out how to link tops, trousers, socks and shoes.
They might need suggestions of how a new item can work with clothes they already own. Source: The Telegraph.
Men's brains work a different way than women's. Men are from Mars whereas women are from Venus. Oh, no. That's wrong.
Recent studies highlight a long-held suspicion about the brains of males and females. They're not the same. To find out how the brain of a female is differently from a male's brain, scientists study four primary areas of differences which include processing, chemistry, structure, and activity.
Male brains utilize nearly seven times more gray matter for activity while female brains utilize nearly ten times more white matter.
Gray matter areas of the brain are localized. They are specific information- and action-processing centers of the brain. This can translate to a kind of tunnel vision when they are doing something. Once they are deeply engaged in a task or activity, they may not demonstrate much sensitivity to other people or their surroundings.
White matter is the networking grid that connects the brain’s gray matter and other processing centers with one another. This profound brain-processing difference is probably one reason you may have noticed that girls tend to more quickly adjust between tasks.
The gray-white matter difference may explain why, in adulthood, females are great multi-taskers, while men excel in highly task-focused projects. In other words, they want to get on with the important stuff like paying bills and grab their most comfortable shirt to wear while doing so.
I could lay out different outfits on the bed to show my husband how a shirt would look with a pair of trousers. But, I bet he would forget that little piece of artistry by the next day.
What are your thoughts on the subject of men's outfits?