Study: 86% of Men Say They Care What Your Underwear Looks Like

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It turns out that men actually notice—and care about—what you’re wearing underneath your clothes. Rather than paying no attention to the bra and panties you picked out for the day, a hefty 86 percent of men say undergarments affect how attractive they find a woman. The old-school thought about matching your pieces also matters, with the majority of survey respondents saying they liked the look of a set (worn with stockings for ultimate sex appeal).

It appears that the guys, quizzed on behalf of mobile app OnePulse, are also feeling millennials’ draw to fuller coverage bottoms: Only 19 percent of men said they found thongs attractive.

 

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