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  • Luxury logos make you more likeable
  • Luxury logos make you more likeable
    Mohammad AlSakit (2012) ©
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Luxury logos make you more likeable

Ostentatious logos fell out of fashion a long time ago for many, but according to new research, people prepared to flash a Chanel-stamped handbag or Gucci-emblazoned pair of sunnies could be more likely to do well in social situations. Is the perfect job interview attire really billboard chic?

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