Database Design For a fun sprint into the combination of a fashion scene and a database design, I wrote a short story about indexing database files using the color spectrum available in nail polishes. In my short story “Daily Diary,” a young girl by the name of Zoe emails a fashion magazine editor asking her how to “shop” for a high school fashion show that she was going to be graded on by the end of the school term.
The fashion editor’s name was Cassie and Cassie’s suggestion to Zoe was to pick a nail color and shop for fashion pieces that matched that particular color. For example if Zoe had initially picked out a darker tan color, then she might budget out her fashion show account, by purchasing a wide leather belt, that would hang loosely around her waistline.
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