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What Not to Wear
2:07pm 5th September 2012
A study reveals one in four men regularly winces at their partner's clothes.
It claims three quarters of women own outfits that do not suit them, but blokes are too scared to say anything.
According to the report, shorts are the most troublesome item, followed by low-cut tops and leggings.
Both men and women agreed that miniskirts should not be worn past the age of 42.
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