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Wardrobe Analysis

Life Skills:

  • Aesthetics
  • Thinking & Reasoning

Curriculum Tie:

Group Size:


This lesson will help students complete a personal wardrobe analysis to assess what is owned, what to eliminate, and what needs and wants they have.

Main Curriculum Tie:
Fashion Design Studio
Strand 5 Performance Objective #6

Plan a personal wardrobe using the eight basic pieces and six trendy pieces. Accessorize based on personal taste. Create a visual representation and write a description that explains how this collection expresses your personal fashion characteristics. (*STEM: Engineering)

Career Connections:

  • Fashion Stylist
  • Personal Shopper



Background For Teachers:
The "Wardrobe Inventory List" needs to be passed out a week in advance so the other assignments can be completed.

Student Prior Knowledge:
Students need to complete the "Wardrobe Inventory List."

Intended Learning Outcomes:
Students will complete a personal wardrobe e analysis to assess what is owned, select what to eliminate and determine needs and wants.

Instructional Procedures:
Students need to complete the "Wardrobe Inventory List" in advance. (Give them at least a week.) Hand out the Wardrobe Planning Steps handout to students and go over the Power Point Presentation on Wardrobe Planning. Discuss with the students the information and have them use their Inventory List as they fill out the handout. Introduce the Cluster Assignment and have them work on it till the end of class. They will have the next day to complete their Cluster Drawings.

Look for videos on wardrobe planning.

Assessment Plan:
Students will turn in their Inventory and Wardrobe Planning Steps. Students will complete a Cluster for their wardrobe.

Wardrobe Planning Steps (received from FACS Listserve).

Robin Lewis

Created Date :
May 31 2012 13:21 PM