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How Designs work

Designers create fashion which they think you will like. Advertising agencies and Fashion Magazines are only instruments to stimulate your imagination, but the bottom line depends upon your judgment on how you interpret those media messages to your particular need.
Knowing your body needs can help you make the right fashion choices. Be careful. However, most fashion mistakes happen when you choose garments because of the way they appear on models and/or friends.
In dealing with your particular style remember that the body is dependent to your personality just as any part of the body is dependent to the rest of your clothing.
The relationship of your personality, body and clothing must be in harmony as a whole for best result. People read clothing message only as a harmonious whole according to the standards we know.

The Five Factors that affect fashion

1. Geographical location. No matter how popular a fashion trend in Los Angeles may not be appropriate is a small prairie in Wyoming.

2. The ethnic
background. A popular trend in New York may not be a popular trend in Saudi Arabia even if both were designed by same designer.

3. Age background
of the population. If there is unusually large population of older people, they may prefer a conservative clothing in their community.

4. Social activities
of the people. Is it fishing or skiing?

5. Economic condition
. Is it an affluent community, middle or poor community?