Seventy-two respondents completed a series of scales indicating their perceptions of a photographed bogus partner. Each partner was, in fact, the same person wearing a different form of dress. One of the judgments was a self-rating of the physical attractiveness of the partner. ANOVA yielded significant effects for judgments of intelligence, morality, and psychological adjustment. For each judgment, significant differences were found between those who perceived their partners as attractive and neutrally attractive, and attractive and unattractive. These results support the hypothesis that the physical attractiveness stereotype can be extended to include the total body form.