Men wearing large logos seen as less interested in relationships, study says

Men wearing large logos seen as less interested in relationships, study says

The Guardian

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Study in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin attempted to find correlation between displays of wealth and attractiveness

Men who wear tops with large logos on them are perceived as less interested in committed relationships, and are more “cads than dads”, a new study has found.

The small study, published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, attempted to see if there was a correlation between showy displays of wealth, like expensive clothes from luxury fashion brands, and attractiveness between the sexes.

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