Advertisement Evaluation Essay

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Advertisement Evaluation Essay

In the article “Study: Victoria's Secret Bags Have Sexy Side Effect” by Paul Kix is about an interesting experiment. Deborah Roedder John, a professor of marketing at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management. Deborah Roedder John and her colleagues performed 85 experiments with women in a mall. They asked them to participate in a survey with special questions about their self-perception. The participants were asked to walk around walk throughout the mall with one of two types of shopping bags for one hour. One group of women “reported to the researchers that they felt more sensual and glamorous simply for carrying the bag.” This bag was from Victoria’s Secret. (KIx,2010).

I have same “side effect” from a Victoria’s Secret carrying their bags. Everything from Victoria’s Secret makes me happy. One may ask where the secret of Victoria’s Secret is? Maybe one power of Victoria’s Secret is in the effectiveness of their advertisement. This talk deserves consideration. Victoria’s Secret advertisements are impressive, successful, and useful for me as a buyer for several reasons. The company was created by a man for women, so there is no doubt that men will appreciate the clothes of this brand. One can select a convenient way of shopping: the catalog, online store or European-style boutiques. In addition to lingerie, Victoria's Secret sells a wide range of products designed to make women look beautiful and well groomed. Each advertisement from Victoria’s Secret is a small hymn of beauty where we can see the beautiful and popular top models in clothes from Victoria’s Secret. What is more, Victoria's Secret not only sells clothes, but every year the brand arranges Victoria’s Fashion Show with their new collection, where one can see the Angels of Victoria's Secret.

Victoria's Secret was created by Roy Raymond more than 30 years ago. The motive for creating this company was a curious story. Roy Raymond tried...