I've never understood why people change the way they dress when they're in a relationship. After all, you had a personal style when you met said person making him/her well aware of what your usual garb looks like. And guess what? This person found you attractive enough to want to date! So why the major transformations? I'm just not feeling it. But apparently some people are. Take Kate Hudson, who morphs her style depending on who's arm she's on, or girl-next-door Katie Holmes going all Kate Cruise glam-bot. And, of course, don't forget the boho brunette, John Mayer-dating version of Jessica Simpson. I guess I just think style should evolve more organically, not based on some other person who may or may not be around in a few months. Does your choice of clothing change when you're no longer flying solo? Or should you stay true to your style no matter what your relationship status may be? -- CARSON GRIFFITH
What Do Your Shoes Say About You? Way More Than You Think, New Study Reveals
You know that old X-rated saying, "the bigger the shoes, the bigger the..." I think you know the rest. Anyway, there's a new study out that proves you can actually tell a whole lot about a person from his or her shoes--personality-wise, that is. Research conducted by The University of Kansas found that, when presented with photographs of complete strangers' footwear, people could accurately determine up to 90% of the wearer's self-described personality traits and economical demographics.