Your wardrobe choice is often informed by the concept you are trying to achieve. Is there a particular style or visual effect you're after?
Tear sheets become important here. As mentioned in Chapter 1, "Prepare to Flair," tear sheets are images you pull out of magazines or save online to use as inspiration.
If you don't have a strong fashion sense, having a tear sheet to demonstrate an idea or clothing style is invaluable. If you have a certain concept for a shoot, you can show the concept to your client or wardrobe stylist to discuss possible outfits. You can even keep tear sheets of the types of clothing you like to best communicate your goals for clothing.
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