The purpose of this study is to explore how the viewers' previous training is related to their aesthetic viewing in various interactions with the form and the context, in relation to apparel design. Berlyne's two types of exploratory behavior, diversive and specific, provided a theoretical framework to this study. Twenty female subjects (mean age=21, SD=1.089) participated. Twenty model images, posed by a male and a female model, were shown on an eye-tracker screen for 10 seconds each. The findings of this study verified Berlyne's concepts of visual exploration. One of the different findings from Berlyne's theory was that the untrained viewers' visual attention tended to be more significantly focused on peripheral areas of visual interest, compared to the trained viewers, while there was no significant difference on the central, foremost areas of visual interest between the two groups. The overall aesthetic viewing patterns were also identified.