An article in The Globe and Mail recently asked readers to tell us their favorite shirts for both men and women.
The poll included both male and female participants, and the results were a little more diverse than many of us would have expected.
While many of the shirts were made for men, a large number of the shirt choices were made by women.
While there were plenty of shirts that were both men’s and women’s, there were also plenty of items that were made specifically for women.
Women were much more likely to choose men’s shirts, with 75% of respondents choosing men’s t-shirts.
Men, however, were much less likely to opt for women’s shirts.
Among the most popular shirts for women, the most common options were shirts made by Movember, a charity that aims to reduce male suicide by raising money for prostate cancer research.
Women are also much more inclined to choose the men’s style of shirts, as 75% chose shirts made with a pattern that was similar to that of men’s.
In fact, men were more likely than women to choose shirts with stripes, stripes with hearts, or even a shirt that had a lot of stripes in it.
The majority of men also opted for a white shirt, which is a good thing for those of us who want to make sure we don’t make our shirts look like men’s, but a white t-shirt is more appealing.
While women preferred white shirts, there was also a clear preference for the black shirt that is commonly associated with black men, with 70% of women and 57% of men preferring the black t- shirt.
The choice of shirt colors also influenced women’s choices.
Women, unsurprisingly, were most likely to prefer black shirts, which tend to have more contrast and have a lot more color.
In contrast, men tended to prefer a mix of red, green, and blue shirts, though it’s not clear which was more popular.
The biggest difference between men and girls was in the choice of socks.
While men tended not to prefer socks made with more contrast than those made by girls, women were more than twice as likely as men to do so.
There was a bit of a gender divide when it came to the choices of underwear, but that didn’t necessarily mean the majority of women were against wearing underwear.
In many ways, the choices were a bit more interesting.
The average number of men who wore underwear was just under 4% of the women who wore them, and it was just over 3% of girls.
In addition, just over 1 in 10 men and 1 in 3 women did not wear underwear at all.
When it came time to picking a pair of socks, men tend to go for thicker, straighter socks, while women prefer softer, more flowing socks.
What are some of your favorite shirt styles?
What is your favorite pair of underwear?
Let us know in the comments.