The new season is here, and as much as you love a party, you may want to rethink your plans to wear the hottest clothes.
That’s because in a new study from the University of Texas at Austin, people who wear the most expensive clothing are also the most likely to be the most sexually promiscuous.
The study, published in the Journal of Sex Research, showed that the women who wear expensive and often skimpy clothes are more likely to have had sex in the past year.
The study also found that women who spend a lot of time in their underwear are more than twice as likely to report that they’ve had sex at least once in the last year.
“In our study, we showed that women’s sexual behavior is more likely if they spend time in skimpy clothing,” lead researcher Lisa Hodge told Fox News.
“When women wear skimpy or low-cut clothes, they are also more likely than other women to have sex in a short time frame.
These findings highlight the importance of clothes in our society.”
Hodge and her colleagues looked at information collected from more than 14,000 people from the Austin, Texas, area between July 1, 2010, and June 30, 2014.
Hodge and other researchers looked at sexual behaviors over the past 12 months, asking people whether they’d ever had sex, whether they had had sex with a partner, and whether they thought sex was normal for women.
The data included both men and women.
Hodge said the research is the first to show that the people who spend the most time in clothes are also most likely, in part, to have experienced sexual assault.
“The women who are most likely not to be victims are also those who spend most of their time in high-heeled shoes,” she said.
“Women who wear low-to-high heels, even if they’re not sexually assaulted, may have less access to safe, supportive housing, and other resources.”
Hopes are high for the future of high-priced womens clothing, Hodge said.
The University of Virginia recently launched a new line of high fashion for women called “Femme” that was designed to help women “live and love in the world of high heels,” which is also the brand’s name for high-end high-cut dresses.