Study: Women Takes Longer Times Than Men To Choosing Cloth – Look beautiful and attractive is not as easy as it looks. To get the look, women sometimes take a long time. In fact, a study says, women will spend nearly six months of his life to decide what to wear.
On average, a woman will spend almost 17 minutes each day to tear apart the contents of their closets in search of the right clothes.
Quoted by the Daily Mail, the number was more than four days in a year, or almost six months between the ages of 18 to 60 years. But polls in Shwopping campaign by Marks & Spencer and Oxfam, found that most of the time spent to pick and choose the clothes worn causes 62 percent of women suffer. They feel there is no suitable clothes to wear.
While men are better than women in choosing clothes to wear. They only spent an average 13 minutes a day or the equivalent of three days a year to decide what to wear.
Fashion stylist Bay Garnett said, it should only take less than two minutes to choose the clothes in the morning. But this must be done carefully so you do not confuse or create a closet into a mess.
“We all need a wardrobe detox to help choose what to wear, it is also clear our minds. Open the cupboard in the morning can be a surprisingly emotional,” he said.
Therefore, he said, it was time to start thinking about the clothes that will be worn today, ranging in size up to wear to work. This can help get rid of clothes that are no longer used, before buying a new one.
Studies conducted to 2,000 people in the UK find cabinets contain an average of 152 items, but only 44 percent is used regularly. Surprisingly, 3.6 billion items of clothing in the world, with an average of 16 items only used once, while 11 items are new. In addition, one in 20 people has more than 50 items in the closet with the price still attached. While one of eight people or about 12 percent have more than 300 items of clothing.
Despite this staggering number, but one in 20 adults will complain that they had no clothes, at least once a week. But this has caused 28 percent of adults frustrated choose clothes, while nearly one in five people admit that they are upset or angry because it could not find clothes are preferred.
As for the 15 percent of people say that choosing clothes often spoil their mood. In fact, one in 10 people arriving late to work because it’s too long to choose clothes, while one in 20 people missed the opportunity because it was too long to decide what to wear.
In addition, one out of five people or as many as 21 percent of women admitted even quarreled with their spouse for clothing and 14 percent refused to go because of the difficulty of choosing clothes. Three out of 10 people or 29 percent of adults admit their wardrobe messy, with 48 percent admitted they have to throw it away.Tags: choosing cloth, men, spend time, wardrobe, women