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  • 1. Clothes from the NY Retailer By Edwin Clerval
  • 2. Types of Suggestions
    • Every day there are hints done by people who dress to attract one person or another.
    • What is it that you think will make your business pull attention by the employees and the clients and guest who walk right in the door.
    • What do you notice when you see a person wearing a logo of the company or if they are representing the business, are you interested in the service by what you see?
    • Can you make a better decision for you own good by the type of person you meet with when your shopping?
    • While you working do you have a moral dilemma if your uniform is not to your satisfaction?
    • Are you able to perform at your highest level while not being in the satisfactory uniform?
    • Can it affect your productivity if your shirt or clothing is not to your liking?
  • 3. The Orders of Brands
    • By the time you have standards you will notice that there are people who share a common liking for the brand of clothing that you do.
    • It is a proven lesson that people tend to have similar preferences which create grouping and commonalities.
    • For the normal consumer their appeal is recorded and reported to statistic experts as a percentage of the overall popularity of a brand name of a product or a service provider
    • The most acknowledged of the popular brands is then decided to have the power of consumer and is trusted as the best brand
  • 4. As a Atlantic commonality
    • The way in which individuals dress can be influenced by a number of reasons. This is the factor in which decides what kind of identity they answer to
    • Being influenced by culture styles, public views, traditions social changes, these are all identity factors in which are reason why we dress the way that we dress.
    • The expert clothing designers are all alerted to the new reason in which people are buying the kinds of clothing in which that they are buying and pay special attention to the potential change in this matter.
  • 5. The Cities Opinion
    • The kind of individual you profess to be can be seen through the kinds of clothes which you wear.
    • If there are names and brands on the type of apparel you present somebody interested would be able to one either purchase the same style, or could make a very accurate judgment of your character
    • By wearing a certain item of clothing one would be able to determine where geologically you are from.
    • This representation will make for an assuming judgment on the area in which you are representing.
    • Presuming that you are wearing nice apparel then the individual in which is guessing your character would believe that you are someone of good character, and this is a plus for your reputation.
  • 6. Cities Opinion con’t
    • The presumptions which you create with your wardrobe are based upon the social norms that are set into the area by designers
    • They can stand for many different definitions of identities. The upper class of that are wouldn’t be wearing the same clothing's which laborers for the society wear.

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