Before a date, most people spend hours agonizing over what to wear. But what if I told you that it didn't actually matter?
According to a new study conducted by the University of Kent, what you’re wearing makes relatively no difference on whether or not someone is sexually attracted to you.
The researchers studied pupil dilation in relation to sexual attraction. After presenting participants with different images of someone they were sexually attracted to, they found that their pupils dilated the exact same, regardless of outfit.
Looks like that bodycon dress might not be necessary after all!