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Using a white piece of computer paper…

Using a white piece of computer paper…. Fold into quarters like this: At the top write “Yes” On the back of the page at the top, write “No”. Find 4 outfits that ARE appropriate for school, a funeral, a job interview, and a party.

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  1. Using a white piece of computer paper… • Fold into quarters like this: • At the top write “Yes” • On the back of the page at the top, write “No”. • Find 4 outfits that ARE appropriate for school, a funeral, a job interview, and a party. • On the back, find 4 outfits that are NOT appropriate for school, a funeral, a job interview, and a party. • YOU MUST LABEL EACH BOX! Yes

  2. YES YES

  3. NO NO

  4. Bell Ringer • In a paragraph, explain the phrase “You are what you wear.” What does it tell you about the importance of your clothing choices? How does clothing affect how a person is viewed? Give some examples. • 4 sentence minimum

  5. 11.01 Interpret appropriate dress for specific roles and occasions. Cassie Spurrier Teen Living

  6. Appropriate Dress – What things are important to consider when purchasing clothes? • Lifestyle/Activities • Amount you can spend • Needs vs. Wants • Quality and fit • How to care for it • What looks good on you – color & style

  7. Wedding Attire?

  8. Wedding Attire???

  9. Where would you wear this?

  10. Factors that Influence Clothing Decisions: • Physical needs require protecting your body from weather, environmental dangers, and occupational hazards.

  11. Some Examples: • Weather – Protection from heat, cold, rain, snow…Scarves, Hats, Coats, Gloves. • Environmental - Life jackets for safety, beekeepers hoods, hiking boots prevent slips. • Occupational Hazards – Bulletproof vests, brightly colored and reflective for road workers, masks and gloves for health care workers.

  12. Clothes can also meet a psychological need: • Colors, textures, and styles can affect how you actually feel. • Imagine: You’re wearing soft, baggy sweatpants and a large hoodie on a rainy day. • How do you feel?

  13. Choosing clothing for different occasions • Formal wear – for a wedding or prom. • Career wear - for an interview school, or work. • Clothes can hold you back…Wear clothes, don’t let them wear you.

  14. Social Needs and Clothing: • While in school, clothing allows students a way to fit in or stand out. • An example would be when a teen wears a certain brand of clothing to conform to others who also wear that brand. • Clothes can serve to identify groups. We are all the PRIDE here and we have group identification when we wear green and blue.

  15. More on Group Identification • Uniforms are an example of a distinct way to identify members of a group. • Example: Military personnel, private schools, sports teams, Sororities, or Fraternities.

  16. Societal Dress Codes • There are informal dress codes in society. Modesty is defined as the proper way to cover ones body in various settings. • “No shoes, No Shirt, No Service” • Some religions have more strict dress codes because their standards of modesty are more conservative.

  17. Status • Is a person’s rank within a group. Clothing can show status. • Status is showing off logos like “Tiffany’s” or “Gucci”

  18. Individuality vs. Conformity

  19. Don't think you're on the right road just because it’s a well-beaten path.  ~Author Unknown You don't get harmony when everybody sings the same note.  ~Doug Floyd The reward for conformity was that everyone liked you except yourself.  ~Rita Mae Brown, Venus Envy Labels are for filing.  Labels are for clothing.  Labels are not for people.  ~Martina Navratilova Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.  ~Dr. Seuss Our wretched species is so made that those who walk on the well-trodden path always throw stones at those who are showing a new road.  ~Voltaire It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation.  ~Herman Melville If everyone is thinking alike then somebody isn't thinking.  ~George S. Patton I am not eccentric.  It's just that I am more alive than most people.  I am an unpopular electric eel set in a pond of goldfish.  ~Dame Edith Sitwell

  20. If you don't control your mind, someone else will.  ~John Allston Be open-minded, but not so open-minded that your brains fall out.  ~Stephen A. Kallis, Jr. When I was four years old they tried to test my IQ, they showed me this picture of three oranges and a pear.  They asked me which one is different and does not belong, they taught me different was wrong.  ~Ani Difranco Only dead fish swim with the stream.  ~Malcolm Muggeridge One dog barks at something, and a hundred bark at the bark.  ~Chinese Proverb Fashion is what you adopt when you don't know who you are.  ~Quentin Crisp\ Every generation laughs at the old fashions, but follows religiously the new.  ~Henry David Thoreau, Walden, 1854

  21. 11.02 What are the criteria for evaluating ready made clothes?

  22. Classic • A classic is a traditional style that stays in fashion for a very long time.

  23. Fad • A fad is a fashion that is very popular for only a short time. • Fads help teens express two important needs: • To belong to a group • Express their own individuality Like: BIG Accessories Miniskirts Baggy pants

  24. Fads and Classics A look through the years

  25. Fad • Temporary, passing fashion • Usually extreme • Bright colors • Large accessories

  26. Fad • 50’s fads • Capris • Full skirts

  27. Fad • 60’s fad • The baby doll look • Paper dresses

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  35. Classic • Never go out of fashion • May experience slight alterations through the years, but basically the same

  36. Classic • 50’s • Straight skirt • Blazer top

  37. Pencil skirt

  38. Classic • 60 ‘s • Simple black dress

  39. Simple black dress • The simple black dress today

  40. Sweater Set

  41. White Collared Shirt

  42. Straight Leg Pants

  43. Jeans

  44. 11.03 Suggest specific techniques for care of clothing Teen Living Cassie Spurrier

  45. Two ways you can learn about your clothing: • 1. Hang Tags – Are larger tags attached to new garments. Are removed before wearing. Include pricing information, style, size. • 2. Permanently attached labels (or printed in ink)- Mandated to be included by the “Care Labeling Rule” and include information about the clothing such as fiber content.

  46. Permenant labels

  47. Care Labels Care labels provide helpful information that can save you time and money. Knowing how to read them can keep your clothes safe! Cleaner, fresher clothes means longer-wearing apparel. Knowing the symbols can help you when you sort laundry.

  48. Labels should include three pieces of information for clothing that will be laundered: • Temperature of water used. • For example – Cold water • Temperature of iron. • For example – Low heat • Any other warnings • For example – No Bleach

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