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    Rules Of Fashion

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    The fashion industry is one of the most diverse industries in the world. Fashion design, a specific field, has three main branches – undergirding design, accessory design and clothing design. Every season sees a new variation and there are usually new designers coming up, but the shape of the fashion industry is more or less constant. The designers of today will be fashion designers tomorrow, because there are no boundaries.

    Women’s fashion industry has its own set of rules and regulations that need to be followed every year. These rules are usually laid down by the International Council of Fashion Designers (ICFD) and they are designed to keep fashion within the “safe” limits and to stop people from creating fashion that is, as the ICFD put it, “harmful”.

    The first major rule is that the clothing must be not too conservative or too bold. Both are equally unacceptable in a woman’s wardrobe and hence the first rule is equally important. It’s not necessary to stress how important this is, but it is a fact nonetheless.

    Clothing and footwear must be very comfortable to wear. Women’s clothing can be comfortable and stylish all at the same time. Designers have to be able to create clothes for women with the shape of their bodies and with the feet size of the buyer.

    There are some designers who think that the minimum standards should be followed, but there are those who think that they should be relaxed a little. Many women think that a dress that is stylish all the time is boring and would only wear it when she is at home or in the office. This is wrong because fashionable clothes are those that look good for everyone.

    The low fashion trend is also very popular and it might even make it seem like women of today are nothing but the outcasts of fashion. A high fashion dress may be too revealing and it may get dirty very quickly because people forget to take their clothes care of, but some low fashion dresses can be maintained and washed in the machine. In fact, low fashion can be maintained beautifully and well maintained.

    Fashion trends can influence the designer’s head and how the clothes look and feel in the store. How well the colours are blended is one factor that cannot be compromised. Colors can also be selected and colours used wisely in order to create different moods, moods that can help in creating the right mood for the product.

    Some people make the mistake of thinking that fashion trends should be followed because they are trendy or because they are popular. When you make such a decision, you are bound to pay a lot of unnecessary price. Never follow fashion trends unless you have to and always remember that a good style of dressing can make you look elegant, lovely.

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    Shazir Mucklai is an award-winning influencer, an activist investor, a former analyst at Goldman Sachs and is currently in law School while growing his public relations digital arbitrage firm.

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