Well, aren't you Little Miss Big Spender?
The average woman wears £1,000 (about $1,500) worth of clothing, jewelry, and accessories each day, according to a new survey, the Daily Express reports.
Damn -- so much for those trips to Target!
Conducted by UK insurance company Sheila's Wheels, the survey of 3,000 adults found that a woman's daily ensemble costs on average £93.84 ($137) more than a man's, according to the paper.
The total (cue cha-ching! sound effect) reportedly includes underwear, £26.61 ($39); a skirt, £30.46 ($44); top, £22.83 ($33); knitwear, £38.85 ($57); coat, £64.75 ($94); tights, £3.90 ($6); shoes, £51.21 ($75); watch, £76.49 ($112); and jewelry, £378.82 ($552).
A woman's handbag, £106.58 ($155), and its contents -- including a £106.06 ($155) mobile phone and cash, tickets, and passes amounting to £146.29 ($213) -- were also reportedly included, resulting in a grand total of £1,052.85 ($1,534.28).
"While celebrities wouldn't be seen without their designer clothes, this shows £1,000 is enough to give most British men and women the feel-good factor," Nikki Sellers, head of Sheila's Wheels, told the Daily Express.
"The price tag associated with outfits, accessories, and a fully loaded bag can be considerable."
No kidding. The study also found that the value of an outfit increases by £70 ($102) for special occasions, the paper says.
We're curious... what's the estimated retail cost of what you're wearing right now? Leave a comment.
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