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Thai Traditional Clothing Have you ever seen or heard anything about Thai clothing? Thai clothing has gone back for centuries, and it still exists in Thai people’s daily lives to this day. Thai clothing has its history’s about why each one is worn and how it had become as one. Men and woman wear different ones but they are made almost alike, and they also have types of cloth that they use for each. They tell why they are worn now and how they are used for everyday wear, traditional wear, and special...

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clothing business

Clothing items are amongst the most sold items on eBay and there’s a reason why this is true, despite all of the difficulties involved—variety. It’s through eBay buyers can find nearly any kind, color, size, or vintage of clothing on the planet, and sellers can find a place to sell the same. If you’re serious about selling clothing on eBay, however, there are a few basics to keep in mind that will go a long way toward keeping both you and your trading partner happy. 1. Size matters! Sizing is...

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pioneers clothing

Pioneer project The woman and girls made all the clothing. Pioneer clothing was very uncomfortable. The girls had to wear many layers like petty coats, dresses and aprons. They also wore bonnets and high laced boots. The boys often wore trousers with suspenders and plaid shirts. They might have worn straw hats and high laced boots. People would wear fancier clothes to special occasions and parties. Most children only had two outfits. One outfit was for wearing during the week and the other was...

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Clothing and Zara

Customer-Based Brand Equity (CBBE) (Keller, 2008) Salience Zara is a well-known and ranked number one clothing brand in Spain, and it is the brand chain store of the Inditex Group owned which ranked number three in the world (INDITEX Group, 2012). Zara used fast fashion model – limited and variety. Zara resist a trend within the worldwide industrial- product manufacturing in low-cost area. That prove its product has a certain quality. Related to fast fashion, Zara has asserted that it only...

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Clothing and Textile

resistance, flexibility, or moisture absorption. FINISHING: In textile manufacturing, finishing refers to any process performed on yarn or fabric after weaving or knitting to improve the look, performance, or "hand" (feel) of the finished textile or clothing. Some finishing techniques, such as fulling, have been in use with hand-weaving for centuries; others, such as mercerization, are byproducts of the Industrial Revolution. ADVANTAGES OF TEXTILE FINISHING: Textile finish...

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Clothing and Fashion

proved to be the strongest influence on revolutionising the fashion scene in those days. 1940s was a decade marked by the second World War and the ensuing independence of India. Hence, the period portrayed relatively simple yet functional women’s clothing. During 1950s, the advent of art colleges and schools led to popularity of narrow waist and balloon skirts with bouncing patterns. Also, the adoption of khadi by Mahatma Gandhi made khadi garments a rage among women. In the 1960s, the sweeping...

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clothing as an identity

Creation of Identity Through Clothing Lurie(1983) states that “ for thousand of years human beings have communicated with one another first in the language of dress”. This derives the notion that one showcases themselves to others in the manner to which they self style. On lookers draw conclusion about ones social status, profession, personality, sub-culture and mood. Lurie compares language to clothing. It’s a language yet not spoken, she alludes that “if clothing is a language it must have...

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Clothing and Fashion

large number of people. The clothes we choose to wear tell a lot about ourselves. For teenagers, fashion is first and foremost a social statement. It is an outward means of expression to their peers and the rest of the world. In the article “Clothing the Young Female Body”, fashion plays a large part in a teenage girl’s life. The article discuss how teenage magazines play an important part in shaping femininity meaning “the quality of being female; womanliness”. Teenage girls are concerned with...

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History of Clothing

A History of Clothing Long long ago, in a time very different from the one today, two cavemen, Borg and Org, were out looking for something tasty to eat. They had just realized that they could use a rock-sharpened stick to help kill the wild game that roamed their forest home. They were now in for another invention. As they trekked through the wilderness, they did not find their way to grandma’s house, no, they got hopelessly lost, with no GPS to call upon they settled in a pleasant clearing...

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Clothing and Fashion

Fashion Is An Expression Of The Character There is an old saying, “You are what you eat” and in fashion this consists also as, “You are what you wear.” Clothing is often an expression of spirit and character, so there is nothing wrong with finding a look that suits you. Everyone is an individual and your clothes can help you to express your innermost thoughts, your kindliness and your good feelings toward yourself. Fashion can mean many different things to different people but above all fashion...

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