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60 Free Essays on Clothing Styles

  1. Consumer

    ABSTRACT This paper explores young Chinese consumers’ decision-making behaviour towards casual wear purchase in Mainland China. Specifically, it offers empirical results on the relationship between consumers’ decision-making styles and clothing choice criteria towards buying casual wear. The...

  2. Hollister Ad

    for a Hollister V-neck shirt or bikinis for women. Then there are the men models, which are usually shirtless and muscular, sporting some sort of clothing of Hollister for men. Then again, Hollister clothing is beach style clothing so it would make sense to have these male and female models show a...

  3. Cultural Significance of Chinese and Russian Clothing

    * Soviet Union fashion * Fashion after Soviet Union era * Comparisons 4. Influences and inspirations of ancient China’s clothing style on today’s style * Effect on the designs of clothing 5. Conclusion 6. Sources * Introduction: Since the very beginning of time...

  4. Retail Management

    whelmingly seen as offering the best clothing value, while its clothing styles are a good match for their basic style preferences. • Clothing specialty stores and traditional department stores benefit from consistent or increased spending among up – market shoppers. The brands and styles offered at...

  5. Semiotic Analysis of Clothing

    that were accepted in the 80’s are not the same clothes that are accepted in today’s culture. In modern society clothing has become a considerable factor of social status. Without clothing our culture would lack a sense of individuality. Style is most commonly defined as the manner in which...

  6. Edfad

    from their clothing. To attract customers from different social classes, the Gap acquired Old Navy and Banana Republic. However, the Gap’s positioning strategy limited the brand’s image to a certain trademark style, without creating enough variation between its sibling chains. This resulted...

  7. Fashion in the 1920's

    . Styles of clothing have changed overtime, especially during the 1920’s era. During this time, hemlines became shorter, clothing was more revealing, women dressed freely and the sophistication and elegance of the clothing was drifting farther apart. Also bobbed haircuts became an in style phenomenon...

  8. Business plan

    Executive Summary Overview De Kliek Style Studio is an upscale women's clothing boutique that will open in July this year. De Kliek, which means "the clique" or "circle of friends" in Dutch, defines the boutique and its essence of inclusion. De Kliek's clothing selections and exclusive...

  9. Impact of Fashion on Students

    Fashion is something that we deal with everyday in our life. In general fashion is a term for a popular style or practice, especially in clothing, footwear, accessories, makeup, body piercing, or furniture. Fashion is something that is always changing and one can find a lot of changes in fashion...

  10. Research Paper on Daryl Van Wouw

    own very specialized styles such as the Harajuku style, Visual Kei, Gothic Lolita and much more. We also looked at what the interests were in these markets and what the customers were looking for when buying fashion clothing. Introduction From the start of this project, we as a group decided to...

  11. Scuola

    often worn by workmen because they are made of a stronger material.  Zori: The zori formed a major part of Japanese traditional clothing. These were often worn with the kimono. The zori are open sandals that can be described as slip ons. Today, one can see many styles of the zori being used with...

  12. Punk Fassion

    over the expensive or colorful clothing popular in the disco scene. In the United Kingdom, a great deal of punk fashion from the 1970s was based on the designs of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren and theBromley Contingent. Mainstream punk style was influenced by clothes sold in Malcolm McLaren's...

  13. Fashion Street Style in Korea

    belong to a social group. Fashion as Form and Content The Introduction of Western-Style Clothing Prior to westernization in the early 20th century, korea’s everyday form of attire was the hanbok, which is literally translated into ‘Korean clothes.’ The hanbok mainly served as a symbol of...

  14. Fashion

    Fashion is a general term for a popular style or practice, especially in clothing, footwear, accessories, makeup, body piercing or furniture. "Fashion" refers to a distinctive; however, often-habitual trend in a look and dress up of a person, as well as to prevailing styles in behavior. "Fashion...

  15. Mondi Fashion

    H&M Hennes & Mauritz , is a Swedish clothing company which offers a broad and varied range that allows customers to find their own personal style. The collections are created with H&M’s mind set, the aim is to satisfy many different tastes and requirements. H&M is aimed at everyone with an...

  16. Clothing

     CLOTHING Clothing is a style that describes...

  17. More or Less

    modesty, religion, gender, and social status. Clothing may also function as a form of adornment and an expression of personal taste or style. Clothing can and has in history been made from a very wide variety of materials. Materials have ranged from leather and furs, to woven materials, to elaborate...

  18. Fashion

    distinguish one’s body. Silhouette is a shape or contour of a garment. Trend is mainly the direction that the garment is selling. Mass Fashion is styles that are extremely accepted by the consumer and are produced to be sold at stores like Target. Avant-Garde is new and unusual type clothing, it is usually goofy looking...

  19. different clothing

    Cheongsam was fashionable among socialites and upperclass women;[1] during the 1960s, very austere clothes styles were prevalent; today, a wide variety of fashions are worn. Different provinces and regions of China also have different clothing styles. As a vital part of Chinese civilization...

  20. Clothing Decisions and Acquisition

    life span. Examples: age, gender, career, special needs, quality, fashion styles and trends, economics, climate, care requirements 2. Interpret laws and regulations regarding the apparel and textile industries. 3. Determine various sources for acquiring clothing to meet individual...

  21. Dress Expensively or Stylishly

    with my own style of dressing. On the other hand, I mean that dressing in my style makes me relaxed. So I can focus on my job and do my best without concerning of anything. Secondly, a personal clothing style makes someone special and stylish. Everybody will remind you with your difference, for ex...

  22. Streetwear

    . Punk fashion has likewise influenced the styles of these groups, as well as those of popular culture. Many punks use clothing as a way of making a statement. Punk fashion has been extremely commercialized at various times, and many well-established fashion designers — such as Vivienne Westwood and...

  23. Fashion in Early 1900s and Today

    construction and materials. Cotton and wool was most commonly used. A popular style in this period was the "Lingerie Dress" a feather-light white cotton dress inset with strips of open work lace and net. Today there is a big range of materials used for clothing such as silk, polyester, spandex...

  24. Japanese Fashion

    of clothing but has since come to refer only to full length garments worn today by Japanese men, women and children. Kimono styles have changed significantly from one period of Japanese history to the next. While the kimono comes in a variety of colors, styles and sizes, men mainly wear darker or...

  25. Cultural Dress

    belt for you. There are many styles of different ties arranged with the obi sash belt, which the only thing is holding the kimono together (Japan -101, 2005). Modification of and marks on the body, clothing, and hair styles convey messages about age, gender, sexual interest or availability...

  26. Elizabethan Era Clothing

    called mules. But, Elizabethan era clothing had different styles for different occasions and for different social classes. Several different styles remained mostly the same for all social classes. There were some, however, that were quite different. The party styles, for instance, the royal social...

  27. The Language of Clothing

    their mood and how others identify with them. Style, the way you put your clothes together or the way you carry yourself, this can be as for carrying yourself as . Clothing tend to have a language by communicating with others in the language of garment, which lead people to communicate not verbally but...

  28. Fashion Evolution

    the ball rolling, let me define what fashion is all about. According to Webster, fashion refers to clothing that is in style at a particular time. The idea of fashion entails a process of style change, because it has taken very different forms at different times in history. Thus, when English...

  29. Business Papers

    of the company in the Netherlands, and continue to promote it is a family brand in casual clothing. Problem Statement Berric Styles B.V. is a clothing brand which creates and designs its own jeans and clothing. Their aim is to serve the whole family with fashionable and affordable clothing. To...

  30. The Apparel Shopper

    over whelmingly seen as offering the best clothing value, while its clothing styles are a good match for their basic style preferences. Clothing specialty stores and traditional department stores benefit from consistent or increased spending among up – market shoppers. The brands and styles offered...