Psychologists of the University of Leeds found how the perfect low-cut dress should look. They went to restaurants and nightclubs, observing how men of different age groups react to dresses worn by young women.
They found the perfect dress, the one that caught male eyes without looking salacious, had 40 to 60 ratio, that is 40 percent of body bare and 60 percent concealed. No more than 30 percent of bareness decreased the men’s interest by two times. Baring body by more than 50 percent also quickly lessened men’s attention.
According to scientists, men are driven by so-called evolutionary brakes as they feel unconsciously that the partner is more likely not to be faithful.
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