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Bell Ringer. If you make \$975 a month but 25% comes out of your paycheck for  taxes, how much do you take home each month?. Bell Ringer Answer. \$975 * 25% = \$243.75 \$975 - \$243.75 = \$731.25 Your take home pay would be \$731.25. Fashion Tip of the Day. Have a Stylist Emergency Kit

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Bell Ringer
• If you make \$975 a month but 25% comes out of your paycheck for  taxes, how much do you take home each month?
• \$975 * 25% = \$243.75
• \$975 - \$243.75 = \$731.25
• Your take home pay would be \$731.25.
Fashion Tip of the Day

Have a Stylist Emergency Kit

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Learning Objectives
• To identify the types of fashion products
• Explain the main categories of fashion apparel
• Identify the classifications of fashion apparel categories.
Vocabulary
• Lines
• Hardlines
• Softlines
• Apparel
• Accessories
• Home Furnishings
Types of Fashion Products
• Manufacturers makes a variety of product lines:
• Lines  groups of styles and designs produced and sold as a set of related products.
• Hardline
• Softline
Fashion Lines
• Hardlines Lines of products that are non-textile, such as small and large appliances, home accessories, and items not made of fabric.
• Softlines  lines of products made from textiles that include apparel and household items such as towels, table linens, and bedding.
Types of Apparel
• Apparel  the term used for clothing, as in personal attire or garments.
• Apparel is categorized by groups – women’s wear, men’s wear, infants’ and children’s wear.
• Within these groups, there may be further divisions based on brands, age groups
Product Numbers
• Apparel producers designate a certain number to represent each style of apparel so manufacturing and order fulfillment of the product is more efficient.
• Retailers use the same style numbers when ordering products, and then further divide those numbers into categories, such as colors, sizes, and classifications.
• Track sales of particular items and maintain accurate inventory records.
Types of Accessories
• Accessories are fashion items that are added to complete or enhance outfits.
• Footwear, handbags, headwear, scarves, neckties, jewelry, gloves, and hosiery.
Varied Use of Accessories
• Create a new look
Varied Use of Accessories
• Transform a garment from casual to formal
Home Furnishings
• Home Furnishings is the fashion product category that includes textiles used to furnish and decorate the home, such as towels, linens, and bedding.
Home Furnishings
• Household textiles are expected to last about 10 years, performance is the main consideration.
• Consumers wants the fabrics in their homes to be strong and durable, colorfast, and stain resistance.
Categories of Home Furnishings
• Domestics
• Bed linens, bathroom items, and table and kitchen linens.
• Home Furnishings
• Window treatments, upholstery furniture, and throw pillows.
• Floor Coverings
• Carpeting, area rugs, throw rugs, and non-fabric floor tiles.
Categories and Classifications in Apparel
• Women’s Wear
• Men’s Wear
• Infants’ and Children’s Wear
Women’s Wear
• Represents the largest share of the apparel industry.
• New lines for 5 different seasons each year.
• Retail life is approximately 10 weeks.
Classifications of Women’s Apparel
• Sportswear Separates
• Dresses
• Evening and Bridal
• Maternity
• Outerwear
• Suits
• Active Wear
• Swimwear/beachwear
• Intimate Apparel
• Accessories
• Footwear
• Miscellaneous apparel
• Misses
• Even Sizes 2 - 14
• Women’s Petite
• Women under 5’4
• Juniors
• Younger figures
• Odd sizes 1 - 13
Men’s Wear
• Men are almost as fashion conscious as women.
• Present new lines twice a year.
• Fall / Winter most important
• Spring / Summer
• Different seasons determine fabric weight.
Classifications of Men’s Wear
• Tailored apparel
• Suits, coats, trousers
• Furnishings
• Dress shirts, neckwear, underwear, hats, socks, sleepwear, robes
• Sportswear
• Sports shirts, sweaters, shorts, slacks, exercise, swimwear
• Heavy outwear
• Parkas, Ski pants, jackets
• Work clothing
• Footwear
• Miscellaneous Apparel
• Rainwear, Uniforms, Cap
Men’s Wear
• Sized by chest, waist, and inseam measurements.
• Dress shirts are by collar and sleeve measurements.
Infants and Children’s Wear
• Pre-fall is one of the three main production seasons for manufacturers.
• Spring/ Summer and Winter-Holiday are the other two seasons for apparel.
• Licensing is big business for children’s wear.
• Safety also affect the production of children’s wear.
Infants and Children’s Classification
• Infant
• Toddler
• Young Children (Sizes 2 – 6x)
• Girls (sizes 6 - 14)
• Boys (sizes 6 – 20)
Blog Post #3Accessorizing a School Uniform
• Write a blog post on how to accessorize a school uniform.
• http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1019790
Classifications by Apparel Activity
• Find 13 images of apparel classifications using the magazines. Glue these classifications in your notebook.
Polyvore Clothing Line