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By Martha De Lacey Published: 10:52, 20 September 2012 | Updated: 17:27, 20 September 2012 73View commentsWe all have one.An item of clothing belonging to our beloved that we wish they would just leave on the bus or drop into a puddle of tar. And some of us go further than simple hoping.An enormous 72 per cent of women think there is 'room for improvement' in their partner's wardrobe, and almost a quarter have taken steps to 'remove' the most offensive garments permanently.Victoria Beckham has managed to shape her husband David from floppy-haired young footballer into the metrosexual poster-boy for a generation.Moreover, in a bid to maintain complete control over their man's sartorial choices, some 40 per cent of British woman admit to buying all of their partner's clothes, according to a new survey.It has also been revealed that budgie-smuggling swimwear, high-waisted trousers, stone-wash denim and socks with sandals are the items most likely to disturb our delicate eyes.And now this practice of rebranding men has been nicknamed the 'Victoria effect', in honour of the way Victoria Beckham restyled husband David from impressionable young Manchester footballer into style icon for a generation.Victoria Beckham ensures she coordinates her own outfit with that of her husband before every paparazzi moment.The 'Victoria effect' has been named in honour of the way Victoria Beckham restyled husband David from impressionable young Manchester footballer into style icon for a generation.The research, carried out by Chapar, an online styling club for men, surveyed 2,500 women and found that 23 per cent of respondants had secretly disposed of a particularly offensive garment in their partners wardrobe.Sam Middleton, founder of Chapar, said: 'It seems that UK women have been busy over the past decade, desperately trying to drag their men into the 21st century style-wise.'The "Victoria" effect has definitely been noticed by our clientele, with around 60 per cent of customers coming to us because their partners have encouraged them to evolve their style.The Chapar’s Personal Style Team works with a mixture of classics brands and modern labels to style the club’s clients including Lubiam, Hartford, John Smedley, Emmett Shirts, Sunspel, Hentsch Men, Riding High, Vicomte .A  and Dockers.1. Socks and sandals2. Budgie-smuggling swimwear3. Too skinny jeans4. Stone-wash denim5. Too high wasted trousersShowbiz roundup! Bieber's lovesong acoustic, and YES Shakira's pregnant!   Share what you think The comments below have not been moderated. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. We are no longer accepting comments on this article.Published by Associated Newspapers LtdPart of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group







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