The Mirror Dilemma

2013-04-20
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The Mirror Dilemma

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2013-04-20

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Dress advice is a common component in magazines and clothing advice books. Using dress advice extracted from the book Dress Your Best, and ratings derived from that advice, this paper will analyze the results of a study comparing subjective opinions of a subject’s appearance given anonymously, and the objective ratings derived from the extracted dress advice. In other words, does following conventional dress advice actually make a difference in how a stranger perceives and judges your appearance and person. It will also briefly examine the research already done on similar topics, and the potential applications for this study in the retail and research fields.

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Faculty metor: Dr. Lucy Dunne, Assistant Professor of Apparel Design in the College of Design.

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This research was supported by the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP).

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Biros, Lucie. (2013). The Mirror Dilemma. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/156380.

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