What one wears reveals more than just personal taste within the boundaries of current fashion. Clothing reflects personality and self-image; when worn, it becomes part of the body and symbolizes the individual. It also elicits the reaction that others will have to the wearer’s statement of identity.
KeywordsPersonal Taste Current Fashion Familial Attitude Lescent Girl Length Skirt
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