A recent study suggests that the women’s fashion industry may be changing, but that it is not entirely women’s fault.
The research was conducted by the American Apparel Association, which surveyed more than 800 women in the United States.
The study found that men are more willing to buy less than women.
The reason for this trend?
Men are less likely to wear pants.
The American Apples Association also noted that there are many men who prefer pants.
According to the APA, the average size of a man’s pants was about 30 inches, whereas the average for a woman was around 16.
But why would men prefer pants, when they are so often considered to be too small?
The APA explained: Men are not limited to buying pants because of size, because they’re generally much more muscular than women and because men are much more likely to have access to good quality, well-made pants.
A study from 2014 found that women in America prefer to wear “small” sizes of pants, but men prefer larger pants because they are considered “the best way to go.”
While the men’s pants are less expensive, they are also much more difficult to find, which may explain why men are willing to pay more for them.
However, this may not be the only reason why men wear pants more.
According the APAs own research, men also have a “high demand” for jeans and a desire for a “thick” fabric to help keep their pants warm.
If you are interested in more details on this topic, check out this article about the differences between men and women in fashion.
You can find more information about this study in the APAA’s press release.
If we can learn from men’s choices, perhaps we can also learn from our own.
This article originally appeared on Forbes.com.