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If you have spent any time at the mall, you probably already have enough shopping experience. And if you have had to buy clothes and gifts with limited funds, then you know something about budgeting. Sign up for the services of a personal shopper in a department store; in most stores the service is free, and you will get a sense of how a shopper works. Pay close attention to the information they request from you in the beginning, then ask them later about their decision-making process. Try to get a job at a retail clothing store. This will allow you to learn about fashion trends and the way people dress, as well as develop customer service skills. 

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