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1 Ready to Wear Packet with Forms FASHION REVUE CONTESTS 2018 Ready to Wear This packet is for the Ready to Wear Contest. It contains: 1. Objectives 2. Description of Contest 3. Contest Rules 4. Submission Packet with directions for completion 5. Scoresheets used by judges for packet and for appearance judging 4-H U Fashion Revue is an educational program designed to enhance the 4-H clothing project. Objectives are for youth to: Build self-confidence, learning to project a smile, enthusiasm and poise Develop good posture and grooming habits. Create and select clothing that is becoming, and expressive of one s personality. Develop skills in planning, selecting, and sewing clothing and accessories for different occasions. Develop skills in recognition of quality construction techniques and workmanship. Model with confidence clothing selected to meet one s wardrobe needs. Acquire knowledge and skills in planning, presenting, and participating in Fashion Revues. In the Fashion Revue Program, 4-H members are evaluated based on consumer decision making, quality analysis, quality of construction or workmanship, degree of difficulty, modeling, fit, and appearance. Description of Fashion Revue Contests: The State 4-H U Fashion Revue Educational Program consists of 4 different contests which culminate in a Fashion Show during 4-H U opened to the public. Fashion Revue includes two sewing contests Casual Outfit and Creative Choice and two no-sew or sewing optional contests Designer s Choice and Ready to Wear. All contestants must model their contest garment for appearance judging on contest day and for the 4-H University Fashion Show. Specific details are found in each contest packet. Below is a short description followed by a packet with forms and details required for the Ready to-wear Contest. The 4-H U Fashion Revue Contest is scheduled for Wednesday Morning with Fashion Show Rehearsal on Wednesday afternoon. The Fashion Show is held Thursday afternoon in the LSU Union Theater. See 4-H U program for scheduled times, location and updates. Fashion Revue Week details along with Fashion Revue Competition numbers and Fashion Show Line up numbers will be found in 4-H U Parish Agent s Registration packet. Description of Ready-to-Wear Selections & Judging where contestants put together an outfit and accessories for any occasion purchased for no more than $100. (Outfit pieces may be all ready-to-wear or a combination of home sewn and ready-to-wear; outfit must include some ready-to-wear pieces. Limited spending amount does not include shoes and accessories). In addition, contestants compete in a consumer judging activity where contestants rank garments for overall quality of appearance and construction details based on standards for finished durable garments, fiber, care, label information and cost of garment in relation to the situation given. Contestants evaluate knowledge of their reasons garments were ranked on true/false test for each class. Garment is not submitted for judging prior to 4- H U. Only the data packet is submitted prior to 4-H U. Garment Analysis, Tests, and Appearance Judging are completed during the 4-H U contest. Contest Superintendent: Tanya A. Giroir Ready to Wear Winner Award: Fashion Board Educational Field Study sponsored by the State 4-H Foundation Blue Ribbon Awards are sponsored by Allbrands.com Age Requirement: Must have passed his/her 13th birthday and not passed his/her 20th birthday in the year of competition. General Contest Rules: 1. A parish may send two (2) individual entries in each of the four (4) listed contests in Fashion Revue for a total of 8 entries. 2. Contestant must not enter a garment that was entered in any previous State 4-H U Fashion Revue Contest. Ready to Wear updated 2018 Page 1 of 16

2 Ready to Wear Packet with Forms 3. Contestants in Creative Choice must have entered some previous 4-H clothing contest to be noted on the Data Sheet (not necessarily a state contest). 4. All entries must be complete outfits. They can be any number of pieces but may not contain more pieces that can be worn at any one time. 5. Contestant must do all construction on sewn garments and accessories. Accessories such as belts, scarves and purses that are purchased ready-made should not be submitted for construction judging but may be worn for appearance judging and fashion show. 6. Data packet with pictures must be submitted for each contestant and must be signed by contestant and AgCenter personnel, 4-H Leader, or parent/guardian. 7. Contestant must be present for judging of appearance for the Fashion Revue contest. 8. Contestants will model their garments in the fashion show. Valid written excuses received prior to contest will be accepted for those unable to attend practice sessions or Fashion Show. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR the Ready-to-Wear Selection and Judging CONTEST: Ready-to-wear Contest includes outfit suitable for any occasion purchased for no more than $100. (Outfit pieces may be all ready-to-wear or a combination of home sewn and ready-to-wear; outfit must include some ready-to-wear pieces. Limited spending amount does not include shoes and accessories). Submit a completed data packet including photos prior to deadline. Only the data packet is submitted for judging prior to 4-H U. The garment and accessories are NOT submitted prior to 4-H U. During Wednesday morning contest: o Two (2) classes of ready-to-wear garments will be judged by contestant on overall quality of appearance and construction details based on standards for finished durable garments, fiber and care, label information, and price of garment in relation to situation given. o During Wednesday morning contest, 4-H ers will evaluate knowledge of clothing and textiles and select reasons from a true/false test for each class of garments. Garment is not submitted prior to 4-H U. o During Wednesday morning contest, contestant will model outfit for appearance judging. o Contestant will model outfit for the Fashion Show during 4-H U held on Thursday. EVALUATION: Ready-to-Wear (Detailed Rubrics are included in the contest packet). There are 2 scoresheets included: one for RTW data packet and one for RTW appearance judging. Data Packet 120 Appearance Judging 180 Judging and Reasons (2 classes) (Analysis/Tests) 200 Total 500 points Note: The higher numerical score in Ready-to-wear does not mean to imply greater value for this contest. These point values are needed to effectively use Hormel computing slide. Appearance and selection points will be same percentage value as other contests. Made Available by: Tanya A. Giroir, Instructor 4-H Youth Development The LSU AgCenter is a statewide campus of the LSU System and provides equal opportunities in programs and employment. Louisiana State University is an equal opportunity/access university. Ready to Wear updated 2018 Page 2 of 16

3 Ready to Wear Packet with Forms Ready to Wear Data Contest Packet Deadline to Parish Extension Agent: (Parish deadline) # (Garment #) (To Be Assigned by State) 1. Submit Data Packet to agent prior to deadline 2. Do not submit Ready to Wear Garments, only packet # 3. Bring Ready to Wear garments and accessories to 4-H U. (Line Up Number) Submit completed packet to: Tanya A. Giroir by COB State Deadline: Wednesday, June 6, 2018 Nelson Memorial Building LSU Campus Note: This page will be removed before judging and replaced after judging is completed. Last Name First Name address Parish Address City LA Zip Code Telephone # ( ) Age as of January 1 of this year Date of Birth (Month / Day / Year) Agent s name Contact Number: Parents Name Contact Number: Signatures required: Date: 4-H Contestant (signature) Date: Printed name and Signature of Agent or 4-H Leader or Parent/Guardian Complete this competition packet carefully. This Data packet is judged for completeness, accuracy and neatness. It does not need to be typed but must be legible. Please submit good quality color pictures; photocopies do not show well. Computerized printed copies or the original photo give the best presentation of your project. Judges look for a neat overall presentation; write neatly, and check your grammar and spelling. Complete all spaces. Additional pages may be added where needed. Ready to Wear updated 2018 Page 3 of 16

4 Ready to Wear Packet with Forms Ready to Wear Contest Packet Garment # Line Up # (To be assigned by state) Please do not place your name or parish in the data packet except on the cover page. Signatures required: 4-H contestant AgCenter personnel, 4-H Leader, or Parent/Guardian Tell us about your 4-H and Clothing and Textile Program Experience: Include present year. 1. Number of years as a 4-H Member in 4-H U Fashion Revue Competition? 2. Have you ever entered 4-H U or other 4-H contests? Yes No Which ones? (Circle all that apply) Casual Creative Choice Designer s Choice Ready to Wear Other (list) 3. Number of other 4-H ers you helped with 4-H clothing this year? In what areas? (Circle all that apply) Construction Consumerism Quality Analysis Textile Science Accessories Grooming Laundry Care Modeling Body Image 4. Have you attended Fashion Camp? Yes No Number of years attending Fashion Camp? 5. Who has worked or helped you on your clothing and textile projects? (Circle all that apply) Parent 4-H Leader Grandparent Parish Extension Agent Other Relative Other: (list) School Teacher 6. As a result of your experience in the 4-H Textiles and Apparel Program/Fashion Revue, how have you benefited? Check all that apply. Am more confident that I can choose fabrics appropriate to my needs Am more confident in identifying quality garment workmanship Am more confident in my communication skills Am more aware of careers available in Textiles, Apparel and Merchandising. Am more confident in my critical thinking skills More confident to use my information to share with local 4-H members and others. 7. Add comments about your 4-H Textiles and Apparel Program Experience: Thank you for participating in the 4-H U Fashion Revue Program! Ready to Wear updated 2018 Page 4 of 16

5 Include two pictures of you wearing your outfit (two views, front and back are necessary). You may add close-ups and side views as well. Use additional sheets if needed. Please add any additional information as needed to explain or describe. Place pictures of you wearing your outfit Photos required: Front view of you wearing your completed outfit including accessories Back view of you wearing the completed outfit including accessories Any additional photos as needed (close up, side views etc. may be included) You may reproduce this page for additional photos. Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 5 of 16

6 Fashion Show Script for the Runway Fashion Show: Write 2-3 sentences about the complete outfit describing the features of the garment that you have selected to wear in the Fashion Revue (include accessories). This information may be included in the fashion show script. Do not mention the obvious such as long sleeve white shirt, or blue dress. Be creative, have fun. Figure Types: The human body comes in a variety of shapes and sizes and is predetermined by genetics. While research studies have described figure types is numerous ways, most body types can fit into several categories for male and female figure types. We are all different. While there is no perfect body type, there are ways to use design principles and elements to create the best look possible with the clothing we wear. The current stereotype of the ideal female body shape is moderately tall with a body balanced vertically, an hourglass figure and an oval shaped face. For males the ideal is tall with a balanced vertical body and a trapezoid torso (that is, broad shoulders and chest tapering to medium waist and hips) and an oval face. If you understand what your current shape and proportions are and know a few style guidelines for your shape you are well on your way to looking your best. You can create the illusion of a desired body shape by choosing clothes to create the illusion of the ideal proportions. The media often gives an unrealistic impression that all people should fit into one body shape mold. The truth is the models may not even fit into this ideal mold because they are often airbrushed and altered by computer software to make the perfect image. Sometimes the person in the advertisement is not even a real person, rather a computer-generated model! This media message may be harmful to how individuals view themselves and may cause them to adopt unhealthy eating and exercise habits as they strive to fit the mold. Promote a positive body image: It is important to understand media and evaluate what is seen in the media. Promote a healthy lifestyle rather than worrying about body shape or weight. Every body shape can be healthy if a combination of healthy eating and regular physical activity is maintained. Encourage others by telling them when they have done a good job. Every body shape can be healthy as long as healthy life style choices are adopted. Healthy eating and regular physical activity are important to everyone and every body type. The idea is to make the most of whatever shape you are now. Briefly describe how any of the design principles and elements can be used to give you your best look possible with the clothing you wear. Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 6 of 16

7 Identify your 4-H U outfit by garment pieces, cost and location purchased (example: dress, blouse, jacket, skirt, pants, etc.) in the spaces below (i.e.: Garment A = blouse, Garment B = skirt). If you have more garment pieces than the space below allows, please duplicate this page as needed to accommodate all information. Garment A Garment B Garment C Price: (retail price + tax = total) $ Price: (retail price + tax = total) $ Price: (retail price + tax = total) $ Give store name and location where outfit was purchased. Garment A Garment B Garment C Total Cost of Outfit: $ For what occasion can this outfit be worn? Reason for Selection: Explain why you chose this outfit. Give reasons for selection based on any design principle or element Why outfit was chosen? (10 points) 4-H U Outfit Identify and explain how design principles and elements influenced your decision and how used in garment. Contestants will choose 3 from among the following: (10 points each for a total of 30 points) Color Line Style Texture Wardrobe plan Compatible with body type Fabric type Fiber content and percentages Cleaning Costs are an important consideration when purchasing clothing. Cost per wearing figures to use for estimating cleaning costs are found at right: Expected number of times to wear per year Approximate cost per wearing (show work) Cost per wearing = total price of garment + (cost for care X the # of times Cleaned) the # of times worn. $1.50 for machine washing and machine drying $.50 for hand washing and air-drying $.75 machine wash and line dry $7.00 for dry cleaning 4-H U Outfit Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 7 of 16

8 4-H U Garment Labeling and Care information: Provide the following label information from each piece of your outfit. 4-H U Outfit Brand name Size Country where Made R N number Fiber content and percentages Care instructions What skills did you learn from this project experience? List challenges that you had in the process of designing your garment and/or putting together this project. List training needs Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 8 of 16

9 Evaluation Scoresheet Evaluate your data packet being submitted for judging. Use the chart below as a checklist to self-evaluate your work prior to submission. Judges will use the same evaluation rubric below. Evaluation Comments (Write additional comments for each category as needed) Completeness of All information completed, signatures Form Textile and Apparel Program Experience completed Neat, appropriate grammar Photos Photos: Presentation of garment, clarity, background o Front view o Back view Fashion Show Script How any design principles and elements can be used to enhance figure types Garment Facts Outfit cost: Adherence to Budget given What occasion? Possible Points Your Points Reasons for selection for occasion chosen Reason for selection based on design principles and elements chosen Cleaning Costs Use/Cost Explanation of selection based on occasion listed: (10 points) Identify and explain how design principles and elements influenced your decision and how used in garment. Contestants will choose 3 from among the following: (10 points each for a total of 30 points) Color Line Style Texture Wardrobe plan Compatible with body type Fabric type Fiber content and percentages Cost per wearing Math correct Label/Care information Brand name, size, country of origin, RN # (1 point each) Fiber content and % (2 points) Care instructions (4 points) 10 Skills learned or 10 improved listed Challenges listed 10 Training needs listed POSSIBLE SCORE MINUS YOUR SCORE The LSU AgCenter is a statewide campus of the LSU System and provides equal opportunities in programs and employment. Louisiana State University is an equal opportunity/access university H is an educational program sponsored by the LSU AgCenter. Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 9 of 16

10 Ready to Wear EVALUATION SHEET FOR CLOTHING APPERANCE Judging # APPERANCE Fabric, style and their appropriateness to each other and individual General appearance of garment Accessories including shoes, hose, purse, hat, belt, scarves, jewelry, hair ornaments, props (books, umbrella), etc. Appropriate for the occasion entered? For category entered? FIT Smooth and attractive 4-H ER Neat in appearance Excellent grooming Speaking with Judges Modeling Well Done Could Be Improved By: -fabric texture, weight or design -change of pattern style -length of width of -color -hem length -combination of colors, fabrics -pressing techniques -different buttons, zipper, other notions -change of color -change of size -adding or changing to -appropriate -change of fabric or style -more casual look -dressier look -changing undergarments -correcting fit all: -neckline or shoulder -bust -waist, abdomen -hips -adding ease by letting out -changing expression -hair style, make-up change -other grooming change -showing off garment better -explaining outfit or reason for entering Possible Points Points Earned POSSIBLE SCORE MINUS YOUR SCORE The LSU AgCenter is a statewide campus of the LSU System and provides equal opportunities in programs and employment. Louisiana State University is an equal opportunity/access university H is an educational program sponsored by the LSU AgCenter. Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 10 of 16

11 Ready-To-Wear Consumer Judging Description and Study Guide 4- H Ready-To-Wear Consumer Judging is a decision making exercise based on a hypothetical buying situation. 4-Hers will judge two classes of Ready To-Wear garments (t-shirts, jeans, shorts, blouses, shirts, etc.). There will be 4 garments per class and contestants will be given 7 minutes per class for evaluation, and 25 minutes total for two consumer judging tests. Notes may be taken on notecard provided during the contest for judging. A sample note card and sample test are included in this packet. A written situation for each class will establish the basis for determining garment placings (1 st -4 th ), to be evaluated by the Hormel Scoring Scale. It will be necessary to compare the garment choices in order to select the one best suited to the situation. Seldom is one alternative perfect or another alternative all bad, so strengths and weaknesses of each choice will have to be weighed. To place the class, 4-Hers will rank garment choices from best to poorest for the situation. Judging will also include 25 true/false test questions for each garment class. Test questions will be made based upon the following categories. There will be some test questions based solely off of knowledge about these categories. Consumerism Cost per wear Garment Care Appropriateness to Scenario Budget Labeling information: fiber content, care instructions, country of origin Cost of garment: fits situation Garment Construction Closures: buttons, zippers, button holes Stitch length, even seams, straight Matching patterns/pieces, parts of design Extra Detailing Areas of Weakness Appropriate seam finish Interfacing Hems Textile Science Fiber content Fabric hand Fabric Type Fabric Appropriateness Fabric Performance/Characteristics Fabric color combination/dye stability Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 11 of 16

12 SAMPLE TEST Ready-to-Wear Consumer Judging Contest (Each year garment type changes) Directions: Write your Name, Contestant number and Class # 1 or 2 on the top of the Scantron answer sheet-side one. On side two, write and bubble in: Your name, last name first, and as much of your parish as possible Identification number which is your contestant number Grade is the class of Garment, Class 1 or 2 Questions # 1 ~ 4 equal 50 points; point value is determined by the Hormel Judging Scale. Questions # 5 ~ 29 equal 50 points; two points each. You may write on this test; but leave no stray marks on computer answer sheet (Scantron) Turn both tests and both Scantron answer sheets into the test monitor for computerized scoring. PLACING for Garments Determine the most appropriate placing of the garments in Class 1 according to the judging situation. Write garment number in blanks below, and then darken the corresponding letter on the Scantron answer sheet for questions 1-4. Mark only one answer per question. Write the placing of the Garments below and transfer to Scantron answer sheet. 1 st place is garment 2 nd place is 3 rd place is 4 th place is 1. First place is garment letter A. Blue B. Multi Stripe C. Green D. Pink Check 2. Second place is garment letter A. Blue B. Multi Stripe C. Green D. Pink Check 3. Third place is garment letter A. Blue B. Multi Stripe C. Green D. Pink Check 4. Fourth place is garment letter A. Blue B. Multi Stripe C. Green D. Pink Check ============================================================= In the following section, questions 5-29 equal 50 points (2 points each). 5. Garment A has higher quality finishing details than Garment B. 6. Three garments in the class feature trademarked logos. 7. The 100% polyester shirt would be cooler than the 100% cotton shirt. Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 12 of 16

13 8. All garments in the class are made in foreign countries. 9. The serged seam finish is appropriate on knit fabrics. 10. In tagless garments label information is silk-screened directly onto the fabric as in Garment B. 11. The 60% cotton in Garment C is mercerized, giving it a soft hand. 12. Reinforcement tape is used at back, neck and shoulders on Garments A and D. 13. When compared to other garments, the buttonholes on Garment B have the best quality workmanship. 14. The embroidered logo on Garment A is more durable than the screened logo on Garment B. 15. The serged armholes and V-neckline notch in Garment C indicate poor quality finishing. 16. Garment D is accurately described as performance apparel because the fabric is light reflective, and the mesh inserts increase air flow through the fabric. 17. The imprinted silver design on Garment A will not present problems when ironing. 18. Garment B features higher quality seam and edge finishing than does Garment C. 19. Care labels for all garments in this class include instructions in English and Spanish as well as care symbols. 20. Because of fiber contest, garment C is most likely to shrink. 21. Cool iron is specified for use on Garment D because of the fiber content of the garment. 22. The quality of the 100% cotton fabric in Garment A is better than the 100% cotton in Garment B. Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 13 of 16

14 23. Garment B could be safely bleached with non-chlorine bleach if it got soiled during use. 24. Hem treatments for all garments are of good quality. 25. Garment C best fits the situation and selection criteria when compared to other garments in this class. 26. Garment D is made of a tubular knit which means no side seam lines are necessary. This reduces manufacturing cost. 27. Excluding tax, all garments fit within the budget specified for the situation. 28. When a garment s label says satisfaction guaranteed, the consumer can expect a good quality product, as in Garment A. 29. The graphic design on Garment A would appeal to 4-year olds. a. True b. False Fashion Revue Cost Per Wearing Formula and Cleaning Costs The care of a garment can be a costly addition to the true cost. Before a consumer buys a garment, he/she should estimate cost per wearing. To figure cost per wearing, a monetary value must be placed on care. Cost per wearing is the total cost of the garment plus the cost of cleaning, divided by the total number of wearings for the life of the garment. The 4-H er needs to figure the number of wearings between cleanings, and then multiply that figure by the actual cost of washing or dry cleaning. Cost / wearing Formula: $ + {$ x ] = $ Cost of garment Care Cost Care # Total Wearings Cost/ wearing Care considerations include: 1) Frequency of cleaning based on: fabric/fiber (linen is cleaned more often than wool), color (light colors show soil and wear sooner) and activity (heavy duty/outside versus desk job) 2) Recommended method for cleaning (dry cleaning, machine washing and drying, hand washing, etc.) 3) Cost of cleaning Total wearings includes the number of wearings for the entire life of garment. Example: Sweater B is a blend of cotton, ramie and silk; dark red; fisherman weave; pearl buttons. Cost $50; dry cleaning $4.50; will be worn 20 times each year and dry cleaned every other wearing (10 times/year), with life expectancy of 3 years, so that: Cost/wearing = cost + care total wearings = $50 + [$4.50 x 30 cleanings] 60 wearings Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 14 of 16

15 = $50 + $ = $ = $3.08 per wearing Wise consumers read labels and take care-requirements into consideration before making purchasing decisions. The sweater used in the example above would cost approximately $1.08 / wearing if the care method would have specified hand washing and air-drying: = $50 + [.50 x 30 cleanings] 60 wearings = $1.08 per wearing Cleaning costs: Use the following figures in your data sheet calculations for cleaning costs: $1.50 for machine washing and machine drying $.50 for hand washing and air-drying $.75 for machine wash line dry $5.00 for dry cleaning Though local dry cleaner fees may differ, use the figures above for your calculations. In the data packet for Ready to Wear Contest, you will be asked to calculate the approximate cost per wearing your outfit. Please remember to show your mathematical calculations on the data sheets. Points will be deducted if calculations are not included. As a reminder, you may also be asked to calculate cost per wearing during the contest. 4-H U Fashion Revue submission process for Ready to Wear Division: Complete Ready to Wear Data Packet including photos and evaluation score sheets that you have selfcored. Secure signatures needed. You may have your agent or 4-H Leader or parent /guardian sign your form. Submit data packet to your parish extension agent prior to deadline set by agent. Data Packet must be submitted to 4-H State Office, Nelson Memorial Hall, LSU Campus, Baton Rouge for judging by the deadline set by the State 4-H Office by cob. Do not submit Ready to Wear competition garment with packet. Bring garment and accessories to 4-H U. Fashion Revue Week details along with Fashion Revue Competition numbers and Fashion Show Line up numbers will be found in 4-H U Parish Registration packet. o 4-H U Fashion Week Tuesday morning: Competition and line-up numbers as well as a detailed fashion week instruction sheet can be found in the 4-H U parish registration packet from Nelson Memorial Bldg. Your agent or representative will have this for you. Tuesday afternoon: For those of you who submitted board applications, State 4-H Fashion Board interviews held in location TBA. Check your program. Wednesday morning: Fashion Revue Contests (Casual, Creative Choice, Designer s Choice and Ready to Wear) held in Cotillion Ballroom, 2 nd floor of LSU Union, doors open at 8:30am. Bring contestant and lineup # s, $ for snacks and lunch to eat in union and a change of clothes and fashion show shoes to wear for rehearsal. Wednesday afternoon: Fashion Show rehearsal in Union Theater. Thursday afternoon: Fashion Show in Union Theater. Invite your parents, friends, etc. If you have any questions, Tanya Giroir at Thank you for participation in Fashion Revue Program. Good Luck to each of you! Made Available by: Tanya A. Giroir, Instructor 4-H Youth Development The LSU AgCenter is a statewide campus of the LSU System and provides equal opportunities in programs and employment. Louisiana State University is an equal opportunity/access university. Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 15 of 16

16 Note Card used in Ready to Wear garment analysis for consumer judging of class one and class two garments. A copy for your use will be provided during the contest. Ready to Wear updated February 2018 Page 16 of 16

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