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Clothing and Families. Explain why clothing needs and decisions differ among families. Compare the effects of conformity and individuality on clothing choices. Explain how personal style develops and it’s importance of first impressions. .

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Clothing and Families

Explain why clothing needs and decisions differ among families.

Compare the effects of conformity and individuality on clothing choices.

Explain how personal style develops and it’s importance of first impressions.


  • What did you grandparents wear when they were your age?

  • What did your parents wear when they were your age?

Clothing and Families


  • Location

  • Activities

  • Multiple roles

  • Stages of Life

  • Family Values

Family Clothing Needs


  • Setting Clothing Priorities

    • Identify resources

    • Budgeting for clothes

  • Sharing Responsibilities

  • Delegating and Scheduling

  • Settling Disagreements

Clothing Management


  • Image that forms in the minds of others.

  • What type of impression would you give today from your clothing choices?

Impressions


  • Appearance

  • Behavior

  • Body language

  • Are they accurate?

Impressions


  • Personality

    • Emotions

    • Self-concept

  • Conformity

  • Individuality

What does your clothes communicate?


  • What is your personal style?

Developing your personal style


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