In the book Pygmalion, explain how the clothes worn by Higgins and the flower girl reflect them.

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Higgins of course has money and finer clothes. He looks conservative and a person of gentry. He conforms to a particular class set. Eliza's clothes reflect the fact that she has no money although, unlike Higgins, she has her own sense of individuality.