Forever Fashion

Forever Fashion

Kayla G, Breanna T, Olivia W

This project was centered on fashion. We named the website Forever Fashion, within this site we included a Style Quiz, an interactive tool for users to discover their personality along with their individual style. In addition, we have a Fashion API, a tool for users to find where a certain item of clothing is and the name of the store. Lastly, our goal in creating this site was to solve the problem of a loss of diversity in fashion, as a solution we have link to an article where it lists the top 20 colleges in the US where Fashion Design is available as a major. We hope our users enjoy Forever Fashion and if certain users are interested in Fashion, we'd like our site to inspire those to study Fashion Design.

The problem to solve was the loss of diversity in fashion.

We addressing the problem by listing colleges where Fashion Design is available as a major. For those interested in Fashion Design, this website is to be used as resource so they can gain education in the major of Fashion Design. We hope those interested in Fashion, educate themselves in hopes of making Fashion Design a future endeavor.

The problem was linking the pages together and creating the API because we needed to obtain a store name and address.

Breanna T: 13 years old and this was my first time coding. I enjoyed this summer experience and I found the work to be easy, hopefully I’ll continue coding in the near future.

Kayla G: 16 years old and this was my first time coding, I found this program to be challenging yet rewarding. Hopefully I’ll continue to code in the near future as well.

Olivia W: 17 years old and this was my first time coding. I found this program to be very educational and I hope to become a TI for Girls Who Code in the future.

This project was made by Girls Who Code Club students at .