Wardrobes of emotion for women

THE Note’s eyebrows were raised at a somewhat controversial statement in a press release this week titled: “Men are better shoppers than women.” In the statement, corporate stylist Melanie Moss said men and women shop very diff-erently, with the males being the more effective. “Both men and women recognise the need for wardrobes which are professional and comfortable, but men are better shoppers because they are able to analyse their needs,” she said. Men were considered practical, in that they were prepared to spend a lot of money on a suit lasting a number of seasons, and keep it current by updating it with new ties and shirts. “Women could actually learn to shop more effectively. In general, women are emotional shoppers. They fall in love with items, take them home and then realise they don’t work with their existing wardrobe,” Ms Moss said. The Note has a feeling the press release will end up in the bins of nervous women, hoping their better halves don’t read what they already suspect to be true!

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