The Drs TV: Women Dressing For Other Woman
The Doctors shared that for all those men who thought their wives or girlfriends were getting all dressed up for them before going out for a night on the town, there’s a pretty good chance they’re wrong. A recent British study found that 50% of women are more concerned with impressing their girlfriends than their man, and two-thirds of women say getting a compliment from a woman is better than getting one from a man. Also, 65% of the women polled said men are more likely to say “you look nice” regardless of what they actually look like. So what should men say when women ask them about their appearance?
The Doctors asked their female Twitter followers if when they’re getting ready for a night on the town, they dress to impress other women or men. Dr. Jennifer Ashton said it’s not like she dresses for another woman, but said there’s nothing like the impact of getting a compliment from another woman versus a compliment from a man. She said in her opinion, men will compliment women if they have a heartbeat.
The Doctors: Who Are Women Trying To Impress?
Dr. Stork said he was trying to understand why it happens. He said he doesn’t care what other men looks like, but when a woman looks nice, he notices. He wanted to know why women care about what other women think when that’s not who they’re attracted to. Dr. Rachael Ross said we want someone to acknowledge all of the effort we put into our appearance.
Dr. Stork said women dress up for other women and take their dresses off for men. Wow! As for the Twitter poll, 83% of women say they dress for other women, while just 17% of them say they dress for men. Dr. Stork said you could always dress for both! What do you think? Who are you trying to impress when you get all dolled up?