7 Rules for Clothing
A conversation starter about how we consume clothing, what we wear, and why.
7 Rules is a practical example of a clothing plan. The rules are designed to get us thinking about what we like to wear, and why. Think about rules you’d create for yourself. Defining rules is the first step towards more responsible shopping.
Pants should be darker than shirts.
Wear solid colors only.
Wear normal colors.
Pant length should stop at the top of the shoe.
Don’t wear socks that draw attention.
Stop multi-brand contamination in your closet.
Don't dress to impress.
How to Use 7 Rules for Clothing
7 Rules is designed as an example of a clothing plan, use it as a framework to create your own set of rules. What’s important, is to think about what you like to wear, and why you like to wear it. Rules can identify your favorite colors, fabrics, and fits - helping you dress each day in the way you feel most confident.
- Pants should be darker than shirts.
- Wear solid colors only.
- Wear normal colors.
- Pant length should stop at the top of the shoe.
- Don’t wear socks that draw attention.
- Stop multi-brand contamination in your closet.
- Don’t dress to impress.
Build a consistent wardrobe.
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