Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Cheating women reveal their preferred places to shop in survey

And no, La Perla did not make the cut.

Cheating women reveal their preferred places to shop in survey

When it comes to dating, practice makes for better results
When it comes to dating, practice makes for better results

A new survey released by Ashley Madison, a site for married folk with wandering eyes, reveals which labels are most popular among cheating women.

The controversial site surveyed 52,390 of its female members and went on to create a list of the top ten most popular places these women like to shop. While we assumed lingerie companies like La Perla and Agent Provocateur would be among the brands to land on the list, the surveyed women actually found themselves frequenting stores like J.Crew and Banana Republic - the latter retailer topping the list.

According to Ashley Madison CEO Noel Biderman, a sudden interest in grooming and physical appearances is oftentimes directly correlated with infidelity: “If your spouse suddenly seems more consumed with style and putting outfits together after spending years in sweat pants, that is a telltale sign she could be two-timing.”

Other preferred retailers for adulterers include brands like Lululemon and H&M. Interesting findings include that 12.4 percent of these female cheaters admitted to returning items worn during their "rendezvous."

Attempting to "style spot" a philandering female down the shore this weekend? The site also says they typically carry Marc Jacobs totes, rock Ray Ban aviators and tankinis. Then again, many women own Marc Jacobs bags and Ray Bans, so good luck with that.

Here's the full list:

1. Banana Republic
2. J.Crew
3. Macy’s
4. Ann Taylor
5. H&M
6. Bebe
7. Lane Bryant
8. Chico’s
9. Lululemon
10. J.C. Penney

[More from the Huffington Post]

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