Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from Los Angeles Times (blog)

Fashion News: Dress like Kim Kardashian or Jennifer Lopez

Los Angeles Times (blog)-Aug. 18, 2011
"Millionaire Matchmaker" Patti Stanger has interesting advice for shopping for a ... designers to imagine what Kim Kardashian's wedding dress should look like, ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Telegraph.co.uk

Monaco's modern-day Princess Grace

Telegraph.co.uk-Jun. 20, 2011
... disarmingly poker-faced about the sartorial challenges facing a Royal bride ... She had been playing volleyball all day and threw on a green dress in a rush.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from International Business Times

Kate Middleton Begins Christmas Dress Shopping; Which ...

International Business Times-Nov. 29, 2011
Kate Middleton Begins Christmas Dress Shopping; Which Designers Are on Her List? ... McQueen is the label behind Middleton's stunning wedding dress.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

Pictured: The fairytale Western wedding of Lauren Bush and ...

Daily Mail-Nov. 19, 2011
'Any experience of a girl picking out her wedding dress is amazing, but I have to say it was really special to work with David's dad, to see him in action with his ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

finally, decreased the total number of respondents to the individual, especially complex conceptual questions, i.e. respondents again did not bother delving into the meaning not only difficult, but long-winded question, and often just left it unanswered. The weaker result reflected a number of dependencies that are quite clearly traced in few words the questionnaire. All this clearly shows the negative impact of length of questionnaire on study results.
Of course, in relation to the questionnaire significantly affected the psychological perception of it if its content is interesting to the Respondent, other factors, including long-winded, played a lesser role. But it's better to stick to a certain optimal number of words in the questionnaire.
How many of them can be?