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  • 1. Unit D MERCHANDISE INFORMATION 4.03 Identify merchandise classifications.
  • 2. A E W S N E M O R W
  • 3. Dresses       One-piece or two-piece All occasion Daytime Sundresses Evening Bridal
  • 4. Evening, bridal, and afterfive    Gowns Cocktail dresses Formal wear
  • 5. Sportswear      Pants Skirts Sweaters Tops Denim wear
  • 6. Pants     Athletic Capri/cropped Casual Dress
  • 7. Skirts  A-line  Pencil
  • 8. Sweaters    Turtleneck Cardigan Pullover
  • 9. Tops      Blouses Knit tops Shirts Tanks Tees
  • 10. Jeans and other denim wear       5-pocket Low rise Boot cut Stretch Skirts Shirts
  • 11. Suits  Jackets with pants and/or skirts
  • 12. Active sportswear      Swimwear Exercise Beachwear Dancewear Warm-up suits
  • 13. Coats     All weather Leather Trench Rain gear
  • 14. Jackets  Active  Blazers  Casual
  • 15. Intimate Apparel       Foundations (bra and panties) Camisoles Boyshorts Tanks Thongs Shapewear
  • 16. Sleepwear     Lingerie Loungewear Robes Pajamas
  • 17. Maternity  Apparel that will expand
  • 18. E W S N E M R A
  • 19. Sportswear      Streetwear Jeans Casual shirts Pants Sweaters
  • 20. Streetwear (Urbanwear)  Sean Jean  Rocawear  G-unit
  • 21. Jeans  Bootcut  Carpenter  Loose  Baggy
  • 22. Shirts Casual Long-sleeve  Short-sleeve  Polo  Knit 
  • 23. Pants      Casual Cargo Utility Dress Khaki
  • 24. Sweaters    Cardigan Pullover Crewneck V-neck Turtleneck
  • 25. Tailored clothing  Overcoats  Suits  Sports coats  Blazers
  • 26. Outerwear     Coats Parkas Jackets Snow wear
  • 27. Furnishings      Dress shirts Underwear Ties Sleepwear Socks
  • 28. Underwear  Boxers  Boxerbriefs  Briefs  T-shirts
  • 29. Sleepwear  Robes  Pajamas
  • 30. Activewear       Hoodies Tees Warm-ups Jerseys Fleece pants Shorts
  • 31. Work clothing    Work shirts and pants Overalls and jeans Uniforms
  • 32. Formal wear  Wedding attire  Tuxedos  Dinner jackets
  • 33. F IN ’ S T N A ND A R D IL CH ’S N E
  • 34. Infants’ Apparel  Babies and toddlers younger than three years old
  • 35. Children   Girls ages 3 through 13 Boys ages 3 through 16
  • 36. IE R O S S E C C A S
  • 37. Accessories         Jewelry Footwear Hosiery Handbags and small leather goods Belts Headwear Handwear Neckwear
  • 38. Jewelry       Rings Bracelets Necklaces Brooches Watches Earrings
  • 39. Jewelry categories  Fine: Most expensive and highest quality jewelry. Gold, silver, platinum  Precious stones  Semi-precious stones 
  • 40. Jewelry categories (cont.)  Bridge: Jewelry made to look like fine jewelry but less expensive. Examples:  Joan Rivers jewelry  Kenneth Jay Lane jewelry  Nolan Miller jewelry
  • 41. Jewelry categories (cont.)  Costume: The least expensive and the most commonly purchased jewelry. Example Claire’s Boutique
  • 42. Footwear       Dress shoes Casual shoes Slippers Athletic shoes Sandals Boots
  • 43. Hosiery  Pantyhose  Stockings  Socks
  • 44.         Handbags and small leather goods Clutch Satchel Tote Shoulderbag Billfolds Checkbook cases Briefcases Eyeglass cases
  • 45. Belts     Rope Sash Cummerbund Belts with buckles
  • 46. Headwear  Visors  Hats  Caps
  • 47. Handwear  Gloves  Mittens  Work gloves
  • 48. Neckwear    Scarves Shawls Ties
  • 49. R N E H IO T T O CA H E I IF T S S IN LA ITH C N W SHIO S Y A R F ST U D IN
  • 50. Home furnishings     Furniture Window treatments Furniture coverings Bed, bath, and kitchen textiles
  • 51. Home furnishings (cont.)     Decorative rugs Art Candles and lighting Frames
  • 52. Cosmetics  Cosmetics  Toiletries  Fragrances
  • 53. Cosmetics  Cosmetics: Products applied to the face, skin, or hair to improve appearance. Examples:  Toner, blush, eye shadow, lipstick
  • 54. Toiletries  Personal care products used in grooming. Examples  Deodorant  Shampoo  Conditioner
  • 55. Fragrances  Products that add a pleasant scent such as perfume, cologne, and bath products. Examples:  Givenchy Amarige  Calvin Klein’s CK One  Bubble bath

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