We know we have to take statistics with a pinch of salt. After all, as Benjamin Disraeli said, “There are three types of lies -- lies, damn lies, and statistics.” However, they can also be a bit of fun. I happened upon the results of a survey from a fashion analytics firm which showed our favorite clothes colors by country based on sales. Let’s see if you follow or buck the trend.
1. Neutral in the United States
A mixture of blacks, greys and whites are apparently the most common clothing colors in the US, and this could have something do with the fact that the working nature of the country skews towards more professional, conservative dress codes. You can never go wrong with a grey suit or a little black dress, and obviously, the American public think the same!