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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