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Party Dress Procrastination

By Paperstone on December 5, 2012 in Office Workers

Marie Antoinette in big dress on her way to office party

Women office workers typically spend about 12 hours choosing a dress for the Christmas party, according to a recent survey. And 17 percent spend at least two days picking out glad rags and accessories for the event. A fundamentalist 11 percent start planning their outfit six weeks before the party.

According to the poll of 2,000 commissioned by sophisticated drinks brand Lambrini, women fork out an average £68.79 on their outfit, trying on an average four outfits before picking the right one. Three percent spend more than £200.


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