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to upper class (Graph 2, p.20).Income status of 56% respondents is more than Rs.25000 and only 7% respondents is Less than Rs. 10000 (Graph 3, p.21). It indicates thatmostly respondents belong to urban area and mostly respondents also belong to middleclass and mostly respondents have more than Rs. 25000 monthly incomes.2.48% respondents said fashion is a dressing style which suits on you, 15% respondentssaid fashion is something new in dressing style and 11% respondents said; fashion islooking sober & matures (Graph 4, p. 22) but 33% respondents always get fashionupdates from TV fashion shows, 32% sometimes get fashion updates from TV fashion
shows and only 4% respondents not get fashion updates (Graph 7, p.25). It indicates thatmostly respondents get fashion updates because they thought current fashion is suits onthem.3.14% respondents always inspire from the fashion, 33% respondents sometime inspirefrom the fashion and 16% respondents never inspire from the fashion. 29% respondentsalways gave importance to fashion, 32% respondents sometime gave importance tofashion while only 3% respondents never gave importance to fashion (Graph 5, p. 23). Itindicates that mostly respondents sometime inspire from the fashion and gaveimportance to fashion.4.29% respondents purchase new dresses in every 3 months while 48% respondentspurchase dresses whenever necessary (Graph 12, p. 30). 32% respondents spend Rs.4000 – Rs. 7999 while 7% respondents spend Rs. 12000 – Rs. 15000 in every 6 monthsfor purchasing latest dresses (Graph 13, p. 31). It indicates that mostly respondentspurchase latest dresses whenever necessary and mostly respondents spend Rs. 4000 – Rs.7999 on their dresses.5.34% respondents always change their dressings according to the fashion, 32%respondents sometimes change their dressing according to the fashion and only 3%respondents not change their dressing according to fashion (Graph 8, p. 26). Because30% respondents believe fashion (fashion shows) have change the trend, 18%respondents believe without adopting new dressing style you’ll look old fashion(Graph9, p. 27). It indicates that mostly respondents change their dressing with thefashion because fashion has changed the trend.6.31% respondents not much want to be a first follower, 30% respondents sometimes wantto be a first follower and 13% respondents always want to be a first follower (Graph 10,p. 28) while 26% respondents sometimes want to fill their wardrobe with trendy dresses,24% not much fill their wardrobe with trendy dresses and 19% always fill their wardrobewith trendy dresses (Graph 11, p. 29). It indicates that some respondents always want to
be a first follower of fashion and fill their wardrobe with trendy dresses and sometimessome respondents want to be a first follower of fashion and fill their wardrobe with latestdresses.7.17% respondents inspire from the models of TV fashion shows who wearing latesttrendy dresses, 12% respondents inspire from the models of TV fashion shows whowearing latest trendy dresses, 14% respondents inspire from the models of TV fashion

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