Fashion is bigger passion for men than it is for women
No matter what stereotypes say about the women's passion for fashion, a new British research shows that men in any age group in the UK have more valuable clothing collections than ladies.
The average value of young man's wardrobe is £1,227 while female one costs about £150 less - just £1,078.
Expensive designer clothes are young men's way to look modern. They admit spending an average of £362 on their most expensive piece of clothing.
About 40% of young men spend more than £50 every month for trendy garments and the incredible £960 million are spent on fashion by this demographic group each year.
This tendency is seen mainly through the younger generation - the figures show that the contents of a young man's wardrobe is about 45% more expensive than that of men in their fathers' generation.
Dan Simson, head of home insurance at Privilege, who conducted the research, said: 'It is clear that the younger generation sees their clothing as a status symbol and are willing to invest a lot of their disposable income into looking good'.
Photo: Richmart men's suit
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