New Article of Clothing translates the Mood of an Individual
It is a universal phenomenon that dressing/clothing has an effect on the personality of an individual. One’s attire/dressing is said to be an important part of the personality representation as it gives the first impression on the others. It has been evident through the studies that the mood has an inborn reflex with respect to the dressing preferences and fashion. Other factors related to the clothing for e.g. emotions, situations, education of a person, design, print, quality of fabric, color can influence mood.
|Date of creation:||2011|
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