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Men want hotpants, miniskirts and low cut tops banned from the office because they are too distracting, new research shows.A study found that at least a third of men want women stopped from wearing revealing outfits at work, with skimpy shorts the first to go.

Hotpants were named by 32 per cent as unacceptable, with 30 per cent adding that anything with a leopard print should be banned. See-through, or 'sheer', tops were deemed beyond the pale by 27 per cent of men, while 24 per cent named miniskirts and 22 per cent low cut tops.
Meanwhile, 67 per cent of women say colleagues should be stopped from wearing tiny shorts and 52 per cent believe miniskirts are unprofessional.

The study into British attitudes to clothes in the workplace, was carried out by the British Heart Foundation as it encourages people to wear red to the office on February 1.It found more than a third of women say wearing red makes them feel more confident.And 29 per cent of women wish they had the courage to wear the colour more often.

But the research, to mark BHF's Rock up in Red day, found that, rather than appreciating glimpses of women's cleavages and thighs, many men simply find it very off-putting.Other items of clothing to get the thumbs down, included slogan T-shirts (deemed inappropriate by 32 per cent of Brits) and novelty ties (26 per cent).

UGG boots should be banned from the office too, according to 26 per cent, and 23 per cent want leggings shown the door. The report also revealed that wearing different colours has an impact on how we feel.One in ten women (13 per cent) reveal they would reach for their best red item in order to impress in the office.

And 48 per cent named a red dress as the sexiest thing they could wear.Meanwhile, a quarter (26 per cent) say a touch of red lipstick boosts their confidence.

Dr Gayle Brewer, Senior Lecturer at the UCLan School of Psychology, said: 'The clothes and colours we wear have a real impact on the way we feel and the image we project. 'The colour red is associated with confidence and power.'It seems women are donning their best red dresses and suits in order to make their mark at work.'

The Saturdays' Mollie King is the face of the foundation's latest campaign for National Heart month and is urging fans to donate 2 pounds to Rock Up In Red on February 1.The 25 year old, who has shown off her sizzling shape in a series of red dresses for a photo shoot to launch the campaign, said: 'I'm thrilled to be supporting the BHF this February by Rocking Up In Red.

'Whether its red nails, red lipstick or even red socks - it's really easy to do. Anything goes, as long as it's red!'Heart disease is responsible for almost 80,000 deaths in 

the UK each killing one in six men and one in nine women. Polly Shute, Fundraising Project Director at the BHF, added: 'It seems the fail-safe weapon at work for 2013 is the colour red.

'Whether it's a dash of red lipstick, wearing that desirable Little Red Dress, or donning a red tie, organising a Rock Up In Red event is a great excuse to dress to impress with colleagues.

'Not only will you have the perfect opportunity to wear a colour seldom seen in the workplace, you will also help the BHF beat the UK's single biggest killer.'


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