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Clothing Selection as a Consumer - Chapter Summary
Get reacquainted with the basics of clothing selection as a consumer using this chapter's educative lessons. Developed by expert instructors, these lessons closely examine the principles of design, colors and patterns in design and more. Once you've completed this chapter, you will be able to:
- Discuss economic, social and cultural factors that influence clothing selection
- List and describe the principles of fashion design
- Explain why color is important in design
- Describe the psychological impact of design and color on clothing selection
If you have a busy schedule and are concerned about your ability to study the lessons in this chapter, don't worry! All lessons are accessible around the clock and can be viewed with ease using any computer or mobile device. Multiple-choice quizzes and a practice exam can speed up your studying process by helping you quickly gauge your knowledge of concepts covered in this chapter. The Dashboard keeps track of your progress and enables you to revisit lessons.
1. Principles of Fashion Design
Skirts and jackets. Blazers and colorful silk scarves. Who dreams up ideas for the clothing styles we wear? In this lesson, learn about important principles related to fashion design.
2. Importance of Color in Design
Color is an aspect of design that we often take for granted, yet color affects us daily - from the clothes we wear to the car we drive and the products we purchase. This lesson will explore color and the importance of color in design.
3. Psychological Effects of Color & Design on Clothing Selection
In this lesson, learn about the relationship between clothes and emotional states. Examine how clothes can impact self-confidence, mood and attitudes and explore some psychological effects that color, patterns and accessories can have on your mood.
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