A recent study has claimed that women dress differently depending on their mood and turn to jeans when they're feeling depressed.
Scientists who set out to discover how the way a woman dresses expresses her mood found that 51 per cent of women will reach for their jeans when they are feeling down. 100 women in the age group 21 to 64 were asked what they wore when feeling low and more than half of them said jeans. Only a third would wear jeans when feeling happy.
Jeans don't look great on everyone," the Mirror quoted Karen Pine, co-author of the study from the University of Hertfordshire as saying.
"They are often poorly cut and badly fitting. Jeans can signal that the wearer hasn't bothered with their appearance."
"People who are depressed often lose interest in how they look and don't wish to stand out, so the correlation between depression and wearing jeans is understandable."
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