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It's called creativity. There isn't a formula for it, you just have to think about it, mix ideas, look at different references. It's design, not maths.maryeliezka wrote:Ok, I'll look for the japanese uniform i need. But, how can i make it looks more original anyway?
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Here's some uniform designs. It's just for the girls. I couldn't find a guy version hehehe....
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Generally there are a few basic types of uniform tops for girls:
1. sailor - short sleeve in summer in lighter fabric, long sleeve in spring/fall, and a darker/heavier jacket-type top in winter
2. blazer/jacket - snazzy jacket with a shirt + some kind of tie (optional), shorter-sleeved blouse/no jacket variation in summer
3. vest - a vest or sweater is worn over the uniform. normally this refers to sweater vests but a suit vest might be cool if well-done o_o
4. general blouse/shirt - whatever may or may not go under a uniform. don't forget about this one
And as for bottoms
1. knife pleat skirt (where all the pleats go the same way)
2. box pleat or inverted pleat skirt (where pleats face each other back-to-back)
3. pinafore (you rarely see these these days but these often feature a pleated skirt or are like a princess line one-piece)
knife pleats tend to have lots of pleats, box or inverted pleats can range anywhere from like 1-18.
And you don't haaaave to pleat the skirt, it just really adds to the uniform feel.
Some uniforms I've seen for girls are like one-piece dresses too.
and ties can be anything from a little thin string to a giant ribbon to a striped tie if you want.
For boys they have more limited options
1. gakuran/military style jacket - the tall structured collar, squared shoulders and a full closure in front. no room for a tie on this.
2. blazer/jacket - basically the same definition as the girls' blazer. if the girl wears a blazer uniform, the guy can basically just wear a more manly version of it.
3. vest - basically same as girls' def.
4. shirt - ^
and for bottoms, pants. Trousers. I've never seen a boy uniform with a skirt before.
Anyway, go crazy and mix and match tons of things before you find something you like. then you can keep tweaking it until you are happy. Just make sure it still retains a uniform kind of feel
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That's what I do all the time; TSE's school uniform's a completely modified version of our uniform at school, even though it looks too far away from it. XD
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