London, Nov 12 (ANI): A new survey has revealed that millions of Brit women complain they are stuck in a rut because their lives are too ordinary.
The study quizzed women aged 18 to 65 on how happy they were with different aspects of their life, reports the Daily Mail.
Six in ten disenchanted women in Britain say a lack of money, boredom with the same routine and appearance and a general humdrum has made their lives deathly dull.
Of the 4,000 women polled, 28 per cent said they felt more 'ordinary' than they did five years ago.
The report reveals how a 'malaise' is affecting the way women look, feel and style themselves and their surroundings.
The unsatisfied lot blamed a limited social life and lack of adventure in style and the bedroom as the key reasons for their malaise.
A lack of confidence, which makes women feel insecure about how witty or clever they feel was also blamed.
To make it worse, four in ten women are dreading a winter of discontent as they say the cold season is when they feel most average.
A quarter of women admit that feeling generic affects their confidence and holds them back in life and work.
One in five fret that their dress sense is slipping and fear they are starting to look like their mothers.
The general malaise is also infecting women's wardrobes with black being the most common colour in half of women's wardrobes.
The report came from research carried out by fashion Internet site very.co.uk. (ANI)