There are certain styles of outfits that won't be accepted by your customers, probably because they are outdated or because you are not skilled at making the style.
However, as a fashion designer, there are four major categories of native styles that you must learn how to sew if you really want to increase your customer patronage. It's even advisable that you hang a sample of each of these styles outside your fashion shop so that passersby can stop by and select any of the outfits.
Here are the four main categories:
1. Peplum tops: This style of clothing usually consumes more materials because the front side of the cloth will be in a bulb form.
The outfit is fashionable and beautiful in the eyes of the singles.
3. Long and short gowns; Because not every woman would love and accept a short gown, I recommend both long gowns to you.Every woman has her own preference.
4. Jumpsuits; These are the last style we will discuss in this article.
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