Clothing Is a Mode of Non-Verbal Communication
– Crossed arms, dilated pupils, and fake smiles are all examples of nonverbal communication. However, the one that may have the biggest impact on a person’s opinion of the wearer is the type of clothing he or she is wearing. Clothing is often the first impression of a person that someone gets, whether it is accurate or not. People often use clothing to indicate their age, gender, political views, and economic class. Without even realizing it, most people make assumptions about a person based on their clothing….
Business Success: The Unique Clothing Warehouse Case
– … Through the unique product planning, development and sales system to store operations to achieve cost reduction, the shape of the Japanese consumer ‘s favorite leisure brand. But Uniqlo is not content with their success in the late 1990s of the last century, Uniqlo to adjust the business model, began a ” casual clothes directly to consumers ” is a comprehensive amendment planning, production, distribution, marketing and other business processes, efforts to establish the most suitable for the consumer ‘s business model, in which the key is to follow consumer demand for mass production….
Modesty in Women’s Clothing, Sumptuary Laws
– Women’s hanbok reflected the Confucian ideal of modesty. Although people generally considered that modesty could be achieved by concealing the female form, the hanbok’s unique design was concealing, yet revealing at the same time. According to Kyung (2010) “the status and rank of their husbands defined the dress of women during the Joseon dynasty” (para. 17). Sumptuary laws mandated that certain fabrics and accessories could be worn only by those who held an appropriate rank. Nonetheless, the categories were eroded over time, and restricted articles came into general use….
Use of Clothing in Lord of the Flies
– There are many examples of literature in everyday life that help people understand the world around them. Literature preserves the ideals of people- leaving the reader with numerous messages. Authors may use motifs in literature to give the reader a deeper understanding of the lives of people. In a piece of literature, Lord of the Flies, an overlooked but significant motif is clothing. William Golding uses clothing to show how human nature can revert to disorder in the absence of law and order. The introduced to clothing early on in the novel….
Natural and Sythetic Fibers in Clothing
– … Cellulose is found often times in the stems and leaves in plants. It is very sturdy in clothes because of the way it bonds. What makes cellulose so strong is the hydrogen-oxygen bonds, called hydrogen bonding. The hydrogen and the oxygen act as either end of a magnet, attracting each other (“Cellulose”). They can be stretched and pulled but they also join back together (“Polymers in Textile Fibers”). Examples of natural fibers containing cellulose that are often used in clothing are cotton and flax….