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Clothing Management. Unit 1: Clothing Selection 1.1 List reasons People Wear Clothes?. 1.1 List reasons people wear clothes?. Protection Modesty Identification Status Decoration . Protection-. 1. Climate and Weather - We can be easily affected by the elements…. Protection-.

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clothing management

Clothing Management

Unit 1:

Clothing Selection

1.1 List reasons People Wear Clothes?

1 1 list reasons people wear clothes

1.1 List reasons people wear clothes?

Protection

Modesty

Identification

Status

Decoration

protection
Protection-
  • 1. Climate andWeather-
  • We can be easily affected by the elements…
protection1
Protection-
  • 1. Climate andWeather-
  • We can be easily affected by the elements…
  • a. Rain
protection2
Protection-
  • 1. Climate andWeather-
  • We can be easily affected by the elements…
  • a. Rain
  • b. Snow
protection3
Protection-
  • 1. Climate andWeather-
  • We can be easily affected by the elements…
  • a. Rain
  • b. Snow
  • c. Wind
protection4
Protection-
  • 1. Climate andWeather-
  • We can be easily affected by the elements…
  • a. Rain
  • b. Snow
  • c. Wind
  • d. Cold
protection5
Protection-
  • 1. Climate andWeather-
  • We can be easily affected by the elements…
  • a. Rain
  • b. Snow
  • c. Wind
  • d. Cold
  • e. Heat
protection6
Protection-
  • 2. Safety- Harm and Injury
  • Clothing serves to protect your skin to prevent injury…
protection7
Protection-
  • 2. Safety- Harm and Injury
  • Clothing serves to protect your skin to prevent injury…
  • a. Sports
protection8
Protection-
  • 2. Safety- Harm and Injury
  • Clothing serves to protect your skin to prevent injury…
  • a. Sports
  • b. Occupations
protection9
Protection-
  • 2. Safety- Harm and Injury
  • Clothing serves to protect your skin to prevent injury…
  • a. Sports
  • b. Occupations
  • c. Recreation
protection10
Protection-
  • 3. Sanitation
  • Special clothing andaccessories are often worn for sanitation to prevent contamination…
protection11
Protection-
  • 3. Sanitation
  • Special clothing andaccessories are often worn for sanitation to prevent contamination…
  • a. Face masks
protection12
Protection-
  • 3. Sanitation
  • Special clothing andaccessories are often worn for sanitation to prevent contamination…
  • a. Face masks
  • b. Gloves
protection13
Protection-
  • 3. Sanitation
  • Special clothing andaccessories are often worn for sanitation to prevent contamination…
  • a. Face masks
  • b. Gloves
  • c. Hair coverings
modesty
Modesty-
  • 4. Modesty-
  • Whatpeople feel is the proper way for clothing to cover the body…
modesty1
Modesty-
  • 4. Modesty-
  • Whatpeople feel is the proper way for clothing to cover the body.
  • Give 3 Examples:
  • a.Shirtless at the beach vs. wearing a shirt at

school.

modesty2
Modesty-
  • 4. Modesty-
  • Whatpeople feel is the proper way for clothing to cover the body.
  • Give 3 Examples:
  • a.Shirtless at the beach vs. wearing a

shirt at school.

  • b. Fancy party clothes vs. work clothes
modesty3
Modesty-
  • 4. Modesty-
  • Whatpeople feel is the proper way for clothing to cover the body.
  • Give 3 Examples:
  • a.Shirtless at the beach vs. wearing a

shirt at school.

  • b. Fancy party clothes vs. work clothes
  • c. Buttoning a shirt up to the neck vs.

leaving two or more buttons open.

modesty4
Modesty-
  • 5. Modesty in other Cultures-
  • Standards of modesty may differ from one culture to another…
modesty5
Modesty-
  • 5. Modesty in other Cultures-
  • Standards of modesty may differ from one culture to another…
  • Give 3 Examples:
  • a. Women of the Muslim religion completely cover their

head. Only their eyes can show through a small

opening.

modesty6
Modesty-
  • 5. Modesty in other Cultures-
  • Standards of modesty may differ from one culture to another…
  • Give 3 Examples:
  • a. Women of the Muslim religion completely cover their

head. Only their eyes can show through a small

opening.

  • b. In other parts of the world, very little is acceptable.
modesty7
Modesty-
  • 5. Modesty in other Cultures-
  • Standards of modesty may differ from one culture

to another…

  • Give 3 Examples:
  • C.Around the turn of the century, American women wore

long skirts. A woman also always followed a man

when walking up stairs.

Why?

modesty8
Modesty-
  • 5. Modesty in other Cultures-
  • Standards of modesty may differ from one culture

to another…

  • Give 3 Examples:
  • C. Around the turn of the century, American women wore

long skirts. A woman also always followed a man

when walking up stairs.

Why-It was unacceptable for him to see

her ANKLES!

identification
Identification-
  • 6. Uniforms-
  • Is one of the easiest ways to identify group members…
identification1
Identification-
  • 6. Uniforms-
  • Is one of the easiest ways to identify group members…
  • a. Public safety employees- Police Force, Fire
  • Department and Military…
identification2
Identification-
  • 6. Uniforms-
  • Is one of the easiest ways to identify group members…
  • a. Public safety employees- Police Force, Fire
  • Department, and Military…
  • b. Athletic teams- Baseball, football, wrestling…
identification3
Identification-
  • 6. Uniforms-
  • Is one of the easiest ways to identify group members…
  • a. Public safety employees- Police Force, Fire

Department and Military…

  • b. Athletic teams- Baseball, football, wrestling…
  • c. Service occupations- Restaurant

workers, Airline personnel,

Hotel staff…

identification4
Identification-
  • 6. Uniforms-
  • Is one of the easiest ways to identify group members…
  • a. Public safety employees- Police Force, Fire

Department and Military…

  • b. Athletic teams- Baseball, football, wrestling…
  • c. Service occupations- Restaurant

workers, Airline personnel,

Hotel staff…

Note: Uniforms help to identify the worker to their customers, as well as create an image for the company.

identification5
Identification-
  • 7. Styles and Colors
  • May be worn for occupations or special occasions…

a. Judges wear the traditional black robe

identification6
Identification-
  • 7. Styles and Colors
  • May be worn for occupations or special occasions…
  • a. Judges wear the traditional black robe

b. Ministers, priests and other clergy members may

wear special clothing for conducting religious

services

identification7
Identification-
  • 7. Styles and Colors
  • May be worn for occupations or special occasions…

a. Judges wear the traditional black robe

b. Ministers, priests and other clergy members may

wear special clothing for conducting religious

services

c. Traditional brides wear white wedding gowns

and a veil

identification8
Identification-
  • 7. Styles and Colors
  • May be worn for occupations or special occasions…

a. Judges wear the traditional black robe

b. Ministers, priests and other clergy members may

wear special clothing for conducting religious services

c. Traditional brides wear white wedding gowns and

a veil

d. Babies are dressed in long white christening

gowns that are passed down from generation

to generation.

identification9
Identification-
  • 7. Styles and Colors
  • May be worn for occupations or special occasions…

a. Judges wear the traditional black robe

b. Ministers, priests and other clergy members may wear

special clothing for conducting religious services

c. Traditional brides wear white wedding gowns and

a veil

d. Babies are dressed in long white christening

gowns that are passed down from generation

to generation.

e. Graduates may wear long robes and

mortarboard hats with tassels.

identification10
Identification-
  • 8. Insignias-

Are badges or emblems that show membership in a group.

identification11
Identification-
  • 8. Insignias-

Are badges or emblems that show membership in a group.

Give examples:

a. Patches or emblems – can be worn on jackets or blazer

pockets.

identification12
Identification-
  • 8. Insignias-

Are badges or emblems that show membership in a group.

Give examples:

a. Patches or emblems – can be worn on jackets or blazer

pockets.

b. Ties – with special colors or design may be worn by club

members.

identification13
Identification-
  • 8. Insignias-

Are badges or emblems that show membership in a group.

Give examples:

a. Patches or emblems – can be worn on jackets or blazer

pockets.

b. Ties – with special colors or design may be worn by club

members.

c. A school letter – with a sports pin can be worn on a jacket

or sweater to indicate participation in athletics.

identification14
Identification-
  • 8. Insignias-

Are badges or emblems that show membership in a group.

Give examples:

a. Patches or emblems – can be worn on jackets or blazer

pockets.

b. Ties – with special colors or design may be worn by club

members.

c. A school letter – with a sports pin can be worn on a jacket

or sweater to indicate participation in athletics.

d. Scarves or hats can identify people as members of a group.

status
Status-
  • 9. Status – position or rank with a group
status1
Status-
  • 9. Status – position or rank with a group

Give Examples:

a. King or queens – wear a crown to set them apart from

the rest of their subjects.

status2
Status-
  • 9. Status – position or rank with a group

Give Examples:

a. King and queens – wear crown to set the apart from the

rest of their subjects.

b. Leaders of marching bands – may wear tall fur hats to

help them stand out from the rest of the band.

status3
Status-
  • 9. Status – position or rank with a group

Give Examples:

a. King and queens – wear crown to set the apart from the

rest of their subjects.

b. Leaders of marching bands – may wear tall fur hats to

help them stand out from the rest of the band.

c. Presidents and Deans of Universities – wear special

scarves or hoods over their robes during ceremonies to

show their rank.

status4
Status-

10. Status symbols-

Are clothes or other items that offer a sense of status for the ordinary person.

status5
Status-

10. Status symbols-

Are clothes or other items that offer a sense of status for the ordinary person.

Give examples:

a. Fur coats

status6
Status-

10. Status symbols-

Are clothes or other items that offer a sense of status for the ordinary person.

Give examples:

a. Fur coats

b. Expensive jewelry

status7
Status-

10. Status symbols-

Are clothes or other items that offer a sense of status for the ordinary person.

Give examples:

a. Fur coats

b. Expensive jewelry

c. Designer clothes

status8
Status-

10. Status symbols-

Are clothes or other items that offer a sense of status for the ordinary person.

Give examples:

a. Fur coats

b. Expensive jewelry

c. Designer clothes

d. Certain model car

decoration
Decoration-
  • 11. Decoration-
  • People decorate themselves to enhance their appearance, and to express their uniqueness and creativity.
decoration1
Decoration-
  • 11. Decoration-
  • People decorate themselves to enhance their appearance, and to express their uniqueness and creativity.

a. You can select the styles, colors, and fabrics that

will best complement your own characteristics.

decoration2
Decoration-
  • 11. Decoration-
  • People decorate themselves to enhance their appearance, and to express their uniqueness and creativity.

a. You can select the styles, colors, and fabrics that

will best complement your own characteristics.

b. Clothing can also be decorated to make it

special and unique, by adorn your clothes with

many types of needlework, painting, and trims.