According to a new study, wearing colorful clothing in the office can lead to pay raises and promotions.
The study was conducted by UK phone case firm Case Station and found that one in five 18 to 34-year-olds credit their promotions to wearing bright or colorful clothing, and that 20 percent of 25 to 34-year-olds claim it helped secure a pay raise.
Pyschologist Sir Cary Cooper told The Telegraph that wearing colorful work clothes tells others that creativity and confidence are your strong suits.
Which colors will get you noticed? The study insists that multicolored or patterned clothing will make you seem imaginative (according to 27 percent of us), followed by red (15 percent) and purple (10 percent).