Women’s Fashion Trends That Men Hate

New research by the UK's fastest growing affiliate fashion website has found the top things men hate about women's fashion trends include UGG boots, Jeggings and tattoos.
By: Shannon Haigh
Jan. 11, 2010 - PRLog -- In a revealing new study of 1,564 men aged between 18 and 30, www.MyCelebrityFashion.co.uk found that certain things women find fashionable is a turn-off for some men, including too much makeup and tattoos.

Just over half of the men disliked the fashion phenomenon of Jeggings.  Just 21% liked the look, while a third didn't even know what they were. UGG boots were the most hated item of clothing with 57% of men saying so. A third said they liked them, making Uggs the most well known on the list. 38% of men disliked the Harem style trousers and leg warmers were hated by 30%.

It was not only style, but colour that proved to make a massive impact on men. A massive 73% hated the recent trend in neon fashions; this was closely followed by pink. Darker colours were considered much more popular with 3 in 5 men saying they found dark coloured clothing sexy.

44% of men didn't like the idea of tattoos on women, the main reason for this being poor designs whilst 1 in 5 thought they looked tacky. One third of the men liked tattoos and 23% said they didn't mind them.

The subject of makeup provided a mix of answers, 68% of men said they disliked too much slap, however 20% of these said some make up was better than none at all.
Alexandra Burke, Alexa Chung and Cheryl Cole were deemed the most stylish women in showbiz, claiming 83% of all answers. From the men, Rhianna failed to score many points and 3 in 5 men labelled her the worst dressed celebrity of 2009.

In contrast, when questioned on which female fashion trends they liked the most, the top answer with 37% was the maxi-dress. The one shoulder dress was second with 25%, and other contenders included A-Line skirts and skinny jeans.

However when asked what styles that men hated on other men, skinny jeans were rated top hated taking 57% of the answers.

Speaking about these latest findings, Andy Barr, Marketing Director of MyCelebrityFashion.co.uk said;

"It’s really interesting to see that some of last year’s fashions have been so unappealing, particularly when they have sold so successfully. It’s a fascinating look at how men and women think so differently.”

He continued;

“Even though this is what the men think, I doubt it will change what women like and how they dress. It’s all a matter of personal opinion and feeling comfortable in your own skin.”

LINK http://www.mycelebrityfashion.co.uk



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For more information, or to interview a member of the MCF team, please contact Shannon Haigh of 10 Yetis Public Relations Agency on 01452 348 211 or shannon@10yetis.co.uk  


MyCelebrityFashion and its studies have been featured in The Daily Mail, The Guardian, Glamour Magazine and more.

MyCelebrityFashion was named Website of the Week in WebUser magazine 07/08/08

MyCelebrityFashion was named Website of the Week by Tara Palmer-Tomkinson’s www.3sacrowd.com website 08/08/08

MyCelebrityFashion is the first UK site dedicated to listing celebrities and where you can steal their style of clothing, including Kate Moss, Sienna Miller, Victoria Beckham, Agyness Deyn, Cheryl Cole and others

The site lists the latest discounts and offers across a number of big name brands including Armani, Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger etc

Large high street retail outlets such as House of Fraser, Schuh, Laura Ashley, Miss Selfridge, Marks and Spencer, Wallis and Faith have their ranges and latest fashion items listed on the site
Source:Shannon Haigh
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