"A Dutch study found that people wearing name-brand clothes — Lacoste and Tommy Hilfiger, to be precise — were seen as higher status than folks wearing non-designer clothes. 'Perceptions did not
differ on any of the other dimensions that might affect the outcome of social interactions,' the authors wrote. 'There were no differences in perceived attractiveness, kindness, and trustworthiness.'"
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