The perfect swimsuit is not the only thing that can make you look good, according to a new study.
The findings from a recent study from University of Illinois showed that the more you’re dressed up, the more confident you feel.
The study, which was conducted by the university’s Graduate Program in Fashion Design, looked at more than 3,000 people and surveyed them about their swimwear preferences and how comfortable they were with their swimsuits.
“People are often surprised by the amount of time it takes to find an appropriate swimsuit, and we think this could help people make better choices about what suits to wear,” said Jessica L. Schuster, associate professor in the department of fashion design and fashion merchandising.
“We wanted to understand how much time it took to find the right swimsuit to complement a particular outfit.
We wanted to find out if there was any way to predict the type of suit people would choose to wear.”
The study found that while people who wanted to wear a certain type of swimsuit were more likely to choose a suit that fit their personality, those who wanted a suit more fitted were more than twice as likely to be satisfied with the result.
The results were published in the journal Contemporary Fashion in May.
“In order to have a suit of appropriate fit, people need to understand the shape of their body, their shape, their height, and their overall shape,” Schuster said.
“These measurements may help people to choose appropriate suit shapes that are appropriate for the body type they are.
People may also find that fitting is easier if they are wearing a suit which is a little too large or too small.”
The researchers say the findings could be of value for designers, as more and more people are trying to find and find the perfect fit for their outfits.
“The research highlights the importance of knowing your body shape and shapely proportions, as well as how the shape and proportions of your body make a huge difference to how your suit fits you,” Schusters said.