The fallacy consists of creating a narrative that fits the phenomena one is trying to explain. The narrative does not have any scientific validation, but because it fits the facts so well it is accepted as truth.
Example: Why women like pink? Well, in our primitive past as hunters and gatherers women took the role of gathering edible fruits. Because many of the berries they were interested in collecting had shades of pink they evolved to be more sensitive to this specific color through natural selection.
We know that our perception of pink as a women's color is based entirely on culture and the narrative above is not based on any known scientific fact. Nevertheless I can see people falling for that. I've seen this fallacy used mostly on "evolutionary psychology" arguments. Is there a particular name for this fallacy?