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Unit D MERCHANDISE INFORMATION 4.03 Identify merchandise classifications.

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1 Unit D MERCHANDISE INFORMATION 4.03 Identify merchandise classifications.


3 Dresses One-piece or two-piece All occasion Daytime Sundresses Evening Bridal

4 Evening, bridal, and after- five 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


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


34 Infants Apparel Babies and toddlers younger than three years old

35 Children Girls ages 3 through 13 Boys ages 3 through 16


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 Claires 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


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 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 Kleins CK One Bubble bath

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