Procedure for Planning Wardrope

PROCEDURE FOR PLANNING WARDROBE



1) Analyze yourself:
  • Shape of face
  • Figure flaws
  • Figure assets
  • Colors that look best on you
2) Analyze your activities:

3) Analyze your wardrobe
  • Ask yourself what is wearable "as is"
  • What needs to be cleaned, altered, or mended?
  • What is of no further use to me?
  • Make a "clothing inventory"
4) Plan your expenditures
  • Make a list of what you need.  Stick to it!
  • Try to stick to classics.  Avoid high fashion
  • Mix and match separates
  • Build around one or two basic color groups (beige, brown, burgundy, gray, black, navy blue)
  • Add color splashes in inexpensive accessories
  • Buy coats, shoes, and purses in basic colors
  • Choose fabrics and colors that span the seasons.  Consider climate
  • Look for versatile clothes
  • Wrinkle up a garment and see if it returns to its original shape (make sure it doesn't wrinkle)
  • Look for comfort
  • Buy clothes that fit properly
  • Take your time when you shop.  
  • Don't buy on impulse 
  • Compare when you shop
CLOTHING INVENTORY


DESCRIPTION                                        NUMBER          COLOR          NEED TO BUY


Jewelry

Necklace
Earrings
Bracelet
Rings



Belts


Dresses


Church
Formal


Pants


Jeans
Dressy slacks
Sporty


Shirts

Dressy blouses
Casual
Tee-shirts


Skirts

Jackets/vests


Sleepwear


Underwear

Slips
Bras

Shoes

Dress
Sport
Work


Socks/nylons

Purses




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