Study Show Men Who Wear Ralph Lauren Polo Shirt are More Likely A Cheater
A recent study by the University of Michigan has come out with a rather interesting discovery where men who wear extravagant fashion with the large luxury logos embroidered on them are more likely to be a liar. The study is titled ‘Phenotypic Mimicry Distinguishes Cues of Mating Competition From Paternal Investment in Men’s Conspicuous Consumption’ which was published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin found that men who own tees with larger brand emblems are:
- Rated higher on mating effort.
- Lower on parental investment.
- Have a higher interest in engaging in brief sexual affairs.
- Less interested in having long-term and committed relationships.
- Less attracted to women who want long-term relationships.
Dr. Daniel Kruger the evolutionary psychologist who led the study said that one of the purposes of the study was to determine whether men who wear flashy clothes who were more attractive to women where they will seek to find whether woman or may be more attracted to men who are rich and even provide them with a stable financial situation.