The term ‘styled’ has a different meaning to men.
It is a term that refers to a garment made of more material than a regular garment.
The term has been used to describe clothes, often in terms of colour, style and material.
The fashion industry is dominated by the designer and the brand, but there is also a very different sense of style to what men wear.
“Tall womens garments are not only made of heavier fabrics but also designed with the added advantage of being made of stretchy, elastic material,” explains M.C. Dennison, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
“This flexibility is something that is rarely seen in other fashion products.
And it’s also why there are so many women designers that wear them.”
“Styled” is also used to mean a particular kind of clothing, says Dr. Dannison.
“It’s a general term that applies to clothing that has a certain look to it,” he explains.
For example, a pair of jeans or a dress with the waistband rolled up could be styled.
A similar concept applies to dresses.
It could be made from a thicker material or an ultra-soft, elastic one.
“The word ‘styling’ doesn’t necessarily refer to the materials of the fabric, it also refers to the way that the fabric is made and how the fabric moves,” explains Dr. Rolf.
“We often talk about ‘high fashion’ as if it was a product that is built on a specific brand.
But this is just another way of saying that this product is made by a particular designer.”
Dr. M. C. Dellison, associate professor of psychology and director of the department of marketing and consumer science at the university, says that when it comes to fashion, men have different perceptions of what it is like to wear a certain kind of dress or a certain type of outfit.
“For example, I think men like ‘stylegued’ and ‘suede-covered’, which are terms that are often used in a fashion world that has so much emphasis on material,” he says.
“But in a world where there is a lot of flexibility in terms and types of fabrics, the word ‘sues’ is very appropriate.”
“In terms of style, women wear clothes that are more ‘feminine’,” says Dr Dennion.
“And women are more likely to buy clothes that match the body shape and make them look more feminine.”
“But this is a product,” he adds, “not a style.”
The style of the clothes that men buy can also influence the way women feel about them.
“Women are more attracted to women that are in a certain style than to women who are in an uninspired, non-styled look,” explains Dennson.
Dr. Robert T. Wollheim, a professor of sociology at the State University of New York at Binghamton, says there are many variables that affect the way a woman feels about a particular outfit.
For instance, a woman might prefer to wear something that has the same length as her arm or body, or that is made of a different material than her other clothes.
“A woman might feel more comfortable with a dress made from stretchy fabrics and a longer skirt,” says Dr Wollstein.
The same goes for men.
“Men will wear dresses with a higher waistband than a dress that is short,” he explained.
“In other words, a longer dress will appeal to men who are taller, whereas a shorter dress will only appeal to women.”
The fact that women prefer to purchase dresses that are longer than a shorter skirt is also related to a woman’s preference for a more feminine appearance, says Wollhoff.
“As women, we have more body hair than men,” he said.
“So we are attracted to more body contouring, and we are also attracted to dresses that have longer legs, and the length of those legs makes them more appealing to us.”
What’s the point of a skinny dress?
According to Dr. T. R. Karpeles, a fashion historian, the idea of a slim fit is not a bad thing.
“If you’re a thin woman who has a small waist, a skinny suit is the ideal choice,” he told The Telegraph.
“There are lots of thin women who wear slim suits, and they are generally perceived as beautiful.”
But Dr. Kampeles adds that “there is no magic formula for slim fit.”
A slim fit does not necessarily mean a lower neckline, or a shorter leg.
“Some women like slim suits and think that they’re a better fit than others,” he notes.
“Others, however, will prefer skinny suits because they have a higher neckline.”
The body shape that women are attracted by, or which is perceived as more feminine, can also have an impact on