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Men Turned Off by Ugg Boots, Jumpsuits and Leggings

by Kathy Jones on June 6, 2010 at 10:06 AM
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 Men Turned Off by Ugg Boots, Jumpsuits and Leggings

A survey has found that men hate girls' fashion favourites - Ugg boots, jumpsuits and leggings.

Blokes also hate strappy gladiator sandals, headbands and oversized shades, says the study by MSN website.

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A man quizzed for the study grumbled that Ugg boots "have no ankles and smell pretty bad, too", reports The Daily Star.

Another fella said the problem with leggings was that they left "no mystery".

A third bloke described jumpsuits as "the ultimate in women-dressing-for-other-women".
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He said: "At best you look like a toddler, at worst like my mum in the 1970s." As for those sunglasses ... "you can never kiss a woman wearing a pair of those."

Around 9 in 10 polled by organizers of the Clothes Show London protested that their workwear was "stifling".

They wanted rules on suits and shirts to be relaxed and formal shoes replaced by sandals.

Show boss Gavin Brown said: "A move to smart yet cooler attire is a necessary step."

Source: ANI
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