The economic factors of fashion encompass everything from the latest trends, to high-end fashion. Posts in this category address how to recognize high quality, and craftsmanship, as well as how to become a more savvy shopper. The reader gains a broad view of the various economic factors of fashion. This perspective includes the countries the apparel or material comes from, the reader’s economic situation as well as the economy of the reader’s home country.

Contents
  1. What You Need to Know about Retailing Concepts
  2. Fashion as an Investment in Yourself
  3. Special Focus Topics on Economic Factors of Fashion
  4. Where to Start

 

What You Need to Know about Retailing Concepts

Old and new retailing practices are discussed. This includes pointing out companies that apply these customer friendly concepts.

Sustainability of the raw material of clothing, eco-friendly production of fashion, fast and slow fashion, as well as vegan fashion are retailing concepts as well. Posts uncover in which sense the brands/sellers use them. Posts critically discuss the environmental and societal impacts of fashion that are often invisible for the customer.

Recycling of the own waste is another aspect of maximizing profit.

 

Fashion as an Investment in Yourself

Discussion of evergreens and how to wear various basics helps the reader think of their wardrobe in terms of investments, and of their closet as real estate. Learn why it is always better to be over than underdressed. Clothes send a message about you. Therefore, selecting the right clothes is an investment in your success. Check whether your clothes are lying and learn how to fix it.

 

Special Focus Topics on Economic Factors of Fashion

This category has the child categories covering additional specific economic factors in more detail. These special topics are
the best fashion trends of the season, reviews of fashion books including books on style, crafting, and sewing. Speaking of making your own clothing and jewelry, the child category fashion DIY covers upcycling, recycling, sewing, alterations, jewelry, etc.

Many fashion items wouldn’t be there if there were no science. Science made many apparel possible. Without science, there weren’t the basics for synthetics like acrylic yarn; we couldn’t explain why clothes release sparks or the phenomenon of the black-blue and white-gold dress.

Since the majority of the Earth’s population is on a budget, guides and tips for fashion on a budget are covered as an economic factor concerning the reader. Aspects related to saving, sustainability, and slowing down fashion by buying second hand clothing cover what to buy or not, styling, shopping on platforms like eBay as well as in thrift and consignment stores.

Finally, there are shopping tips for fashion including a comprehensive guide how you can save when shopping.

 

Where to Start

When you are interested in learning about the commonly used retailing concept, and what disadvantages it provides for the consumer, read why cutting middlemen out is a new trend in retail. This post also leads you review posts of merchandise from stores that use the new retailing concept that is more advantageous for their customers.

Influencer marketing for advertisement and blogging as a profession came with the introduction of the internet. Learn more about it at the link.

When your wardrobe fails to work for you start with learning why you never wear some of your clothes.

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