In a new study, scientists have found that women who are wearing tight pants, tight-fitting shirts and a tight-fit jacket are more likely to get noticed.
Researchers at Northwestern University examined images of 10,000 college students to see if tight pants were associated with being spotted, and how they might influence how people view them.
They found that people who wore tight pants had lower ratings on how their clothes would make them look, and they also showed a higher level of embarrassment.
While the study is interesting and a valuable step forward in the field of fashion, it has some serious caveats.
Researchers had no way to know how the images were captured, and so they couldn’t distinguish the subjects’ clothes from their appearance.
They also didn’t know how much of the image was taken at the same time.
The images also included some images of other people, but researchers couldn’t determine if they were related.
The study was published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology.