Fashion design

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Fashion design is the art of designing clothes and other things like purses and shoes.

Footwear[change | change source]

Footwear has been quite amazing. There have been different forms of shoes, different shapes, different colors, and many other changes. Shoes used to be used only for the protection and comfort of your feet. Eventually, most shoes became part of fashion and changed from protection to style. That’s a big change! People would buy all kinds of different shoes based on the color or the shape and showing them off.

Cultural Fashion[change | change source]

Fashion is very unique. Some might say a dress is ugly, when another could say it is beautiful. This is what is known as cultural fashion. Different people like different things. Different shoes, different clothes, and different leg wear. It depends on who you are and what your opinions are.

Fashion profile[change | change source]

Fashion is very important when it comes to showing who you are. You don’t want someone to think you are the wrong person because they could treat you badly. In some ways fashion and style are important variables to human life.

Let’s say you were a regular person in a diner, but you were wearing an outfit that made you look like a waitress. Somebody might come up to you and ask you for a soda! Be careful about what you wear.

Weather-wear[change | change source]

Have you ever thought about what might someone be wearing where they live? Well, if you lived somewhere cold, you may have many boots and jackets. But others might have tank-tops and shorts. You could think this idea is weird, but that is because you live in a different place. If you know you live somewhere cold, wear appropriate clothing items. I hoped this helped you realize that fashion also has something to do with the weather.

References[change | change source]

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