You might be surprised to know that women are actually wearing dresses more often than men, according to new research from National Geographic.
We asked a panel of experts to help us figure out how to get the most bang for your buck when shopping for a dress.
The findings: The more a woman looks feminine and confident, the more likely she is to buy a dress that is tailored for her.
And it’s not just that the longer a woman dresses, the less likely she will be wearing the same style for a longer period of time.
The study, which involved experts from several industries, focused on two types of dress: the classic-style, or classic, cut and the contemporary-style cut, or contemporary, cut.
The researchers looked at how the types of dresses that women and men wear change over time.
The modern-style cuts are the ones that have become more popular, but still have a feminine look.
The traditional-style versions are more formal and formal, but have a more relaxed feel.
The trend toward the modern-type cuts is growing, and it’s been gaining in popularity among women.
The trends that make women and women’s clothing so popular have been shaped by a variety of factors, from fashion trends to the environment.
While the trends that most influenced the trends were the same for women and for men, the fashion trends that were most strongly correlated with the styles of women’s and men’s clothing were the ones in which women were more likely to buy dresses, and the trend in which they were less likely to shop for dresses.
The pattern of women buying dresses for the first time and then purchasing more expensive dresses was driven by women’s growing confidence, according the study.
While women are buying more than men in many countries, the pattern of buying patterns is changing in the United States.
“There’s a lot of people who are doing things that are quite different,” said Dr. Michelle Oster, a sociologist and expert on women’s fashion and consumer behavior at The University of Texas at Austin.
“We know that there’s a whole range of ways women are shopping and buying clothes.
And we know that they’re shopping differently when they’re buying dresses.”
For example, women tend to buy fewer styles than men do.
The research also shows that when women buy dresses they are more likely than men to shop in a fashion shop.
Oster said that in a world where women are getting married and have kids, that’s not a sustainable pattern.
“There’s not going to be a trend that’s going to drive that change, so the more we can change that, the better we’ll be able to keep up with the changes that are occurring.”
Oster said she hopes to see more women wearing dresses for weddings and children’s birthday parties, so women can dress their daughters differently.
In the meantime, it’s important to think about what style of dress is right for you.