Women’s clothing is becoming increasingly important to the modern world, but how much does it matter?
In a new survey of more than 2,000 women, fashion brand Nylon found that only 22% of women are interested in buying a new shirt every year.
That is far below the 40% who are buying new suits every year and the 50% who wear them every day.
The women who do wear them are often choosing men’s clothes and accessories.
The survey found that women are also less interested in wearing skirts or other feminine styles of clothing.
When asked which clothing pieces women prefer, only a quarter said they wanted to buy a new suit every year, while 46% said they want to buy an outfit every day, and a quarter would buy a suit every week.
Women are also more likely to purchase men’s clothing when they have a financial need, the survey found.
The survey also found that the majority of women do not feel that they have enough clothing for the demands of their work.
Only 22% felt that they could afford a suit in 2017, while 40% said that they would not be able to afford a pair of pants and 19% said their money would not allow them to buy the items they need for their jobs.
Women also tend to prefer men’s suits and shirts, but that preference is also changing.
In the last decade, women have become more interested in getting dressed for events, as they are more likely than men to attend parties and events, and in a survey conducted in 2019, only 30% of men said they would wear a suit for a wedding, while 42% said the same about a wedding gown.
And more and more women are shopping for their own style, with more than two-thirds of women saying they have already bought suits and dresses from retailers in the past 12 months.
The most common clothing items bought by women were men’s coats, shirts, pants and skirts, with women’s shoes and boots coming in second.
The poll also found women were more likely for men to have a different type of suit, as well as the best shoes for each type of outfit.
For men, the most popular suit style was black, followed by black, grey, grey-blue, navy and grey-brown.
Women were also more apt to prefer black or grey suits than men.
Men also were more interested than women in men’s jackets and trousers, with 35% of the men saying they wanted one, compared to 28% of females.
Women, however, are more willing to purchase a new pair of jeans every year than men, and were less likely than women to buy new shirts every year: just 13% of those buying new jeans said they had bought a new one in the last year.
The next most popular new style was grey, with 24% of males and 23% of girls saying they would buy one in 2018.
The results of the survey suggest that while men have traditionally been the most fashion-conscious, women’s fashion choices are increasingly shifting.
Although women are becoming more fashion-forward, their overall spending habits are also changing as a result of the changes in the economy.