Women's Wardrobe Expansion: 1 Piece to 3 Outfits

Kathleen Kinslow, Teacher & researcher

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10 Videos (52m)
    • Trailer

      2:16
    • INTRODUCTION

      6:16
    • Principle 1 Dress Better

      2:38
    • Principle 2 Buy Better

      2:35
    • Principle 3 Budget Wisely

      2:52
    • Principle 4a Base Colors

      10:40
    • Principle 4b Complementary Colors

      6:05
    • Principle 5 Selecting Shoes

      5:04
    • Principle 6 Balance Strategies

      8:28
    • 1 to 3 Project DEMONSTRATION

      4:36

About This Class

In this class you will learn several timeless wardrobe principles to be able to transform an unworn garment into a featured part of your wardrobe. These principles will enable you to create the three most flattering looks possible with your selected garment by incorporating other pieces you own so that your outfits will be ready for you to wear tomorrow. 

My overall goal for my students is to successfully apply timeless wardrobe principles in clothing choices that will equip them to shift financial resources away from mistakes with wardrobe purchases and into investment savings.  It is my hope that the principles in this class will help them organize their wardrobes so that they can not only enjoy their investments but make them work for them as they pursue their career and other life goals. 

This class is divided into two parts.  Part I considers the financial aspect of clothing and encourages students to view clothes as an investment that should actually be used as a tool that works for them.  Part II of the class guides students to focus on problem solving that will lead to creating ways to use their unworn garment the most flattering ways possible with what they own right now.  Students will learn: how to select their best colors and organize their wardrobe around those colors, how to analyze shoe styling and fit it to their outfits, and finally, three simple strategies to create balance--especially with separates--to pull an outfit together. 

COURSE COST & MATERIALS

A notebook and pen is helpful to jot down notes. 

No cost other than your time.  It is my hope that you can find other items in your wardrobe to use rather than purchasing other clothes for your new outfits. 

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Learned so much in this class - starting my project today.

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Kathleen Kinslow

Teacher & researcher

My background is teaching--with experiences ranging from organizing and teaching women's groups while in Peace Corps (through the Colombian Coffee Federation in Mesitas Del Colegio, Cundinamarca, Colombia), to teaching in dual language elementary schools (Asuncion, Paraguay for 17 years), taking graduate level education courses, and most recently, teaching and preparing curriculum for bible institute courses. I love helping people achieve their life goals and in my classes I aim to equip my ...

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