After sorting through what clothes you like and fit, it’s time to fill up the rest of the wardrobe. Here are some basic clothing types you can examine and use in your own wardrobe:
Shirt: T-shirt, long sleeve, short sleeve. Basic of the wardrobe.
Sweater: Knitted long-sleeve. Very versatile. Comes in many types, such as crew necks, v-necks, cardigan, and fisherman to name a few.
OCBD: Oxford Cloth Button Down. Button shirt. Very versatile and can be worn with many other clothes like sweater, vest, or solo.
Henley: Pull-over shirt, usually with buttons from neck to chest. Working-man and laid back vibes.
Outwear with sleeves, a closing in the front, and ends at the waist. Varies from as casual as zip-up hoodie to as formal as a blazer.
Polo: Think of Ralph Lauren. The classic golf shirt with buttons down the neck, a more formal version of a henley.
Sleeveless garment usually worn on-top of other clothes.
Outer garment with sleeves and runs belong the waist to the thigh. An in-depth analysis of coats can be seen here.
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