Men have little or no confidence in their own dress sense and prefer to ask their partner's advice on what to wear before leaving the house, according to a recent survey.
As many as 60 percent of men ask their partner's advice on what to wear before stepping out, while one in five actually rely on their partner's choice entirely since they prefer to have their outfit laid out for them.
The survey, commissioned by men's clothing retailer, High and Mighty, revealed that men trust their partner's advice more than their own when it comes down to what they're wearing.
Most commonly, men asked advice on their shirts, socks and even underwear. And it doesn't stop there. Many men let their partners physically dress them. Whether to they required help doing up their tie evenly, or buttoning up their shirt, men just don't seem to trust their own dress sense.
There is some hope though. Men aged between 18 and 24 were found to be most likely to allow their partners to dress them, but those between 35 and 44 preferred to take control.