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Topic - Lisa Amans
"The clothing and the presentation of the product is what they get in these merchandising courses," Ms. Amans says. "Visual merchandising can best be described as what combination of aesthetics brings consumers into the store and helps them navigate through the store."
The aesthetics of a store includes the physical layout, merchandise placement, and color and lighting scheme, all designed to create store image, Ms. Amans says.