Cheating women prefer certain fashion brands
New study says women who cheat shop in specific stores.
When women are in need of a business suit or an affordable polished outfit, many of them head to Banana Republic. But apparently, they also head to the same clothing store when they have wandering eyes.
According to NY Magazine’s The Cut, cheating women are more likely to shop at Banana Republic than at other retail stores. A recent study conducted by cheating site Ashley Madison surveyed more than 50,000 women about which brands and wardrobe staples they prefer if they are cheating on their significant other. While you would think that stores like Victoria’s Secret would be frontrunners, it’s actually business casual wear that takes the top slot.
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"If your spouse suddenly seems more consumed with style and putting outfits together after spending years in sweatpants, that is a telltale sign she could be two timing," Banana Republic CEO Noel Biderman tells The Cut. In addition to brands, the Ashley Madison survey points to "maxi dresses, colored skinny jeans and pencil skirts with slits."
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