SUPERINTENDENT: Syndi Swoape 812-825-4802
Monroe County Achievement Record Sheet required
- In order to participate in the Fashion Revue, you must be enrolled in sewing. You must attend both the Private Judging and the Public Fashion Revue in order to complete the project and receive awards.
JUNIOR DIVISION: Grades 3 - 7
This should be your sewing exhibit piece(s) and any accessories to complete the outfit.
SENIOR DIVISION: Grades 8 -12
- Informal/Casual Wear: A complete outfit of one or two pieces suitable for school, casual, or informal activities.
- Dress Up: Suitable for church, or special occasions which are not considered to be formal. It may be an outfit of one or more pieces with or without a coat/jacket (lined or unlined). This is not an outfit worn to school.
- Separates: Consists of three garments which must be worn as a coordinated complete outfit. Each piece should be versatile enough to be worn with other garments in your wardrobe.
- Formal: This outfit may be one or more pieces suitable for any formal occasion, such as proms, weddings, and formal evening functions.
- Suit or Coat: The suit consists of two pieces including a skirt or pants and its own lined jacket. It is not a dress with jacket as in “dress up wear.” The coat is a separate lined coat for your wardrobe. It will be judged separately as a coat with its own accessories.
- Free Choice: These are garments which do not fit in the other classifications. Examples include: tennis wear, swim wear, or other active sportswear; lounge wear; riding habits; historic, dance, theatrical, or international costumes; and unlined coats.
DEFINITION OF AN OUTFIT: An outfit is a garment or garments that when put together make a complete look – such as a one or two-piece dress, or one or two-piece pantsuit, or a three-piece combination, such as pants, vest, and blouse or shirt.
STATE 4-H FASHION REVUE
- Entrant, whose 15th birthday occurs during 2019 (or who is in grade 8 or above), becomes eligible and remains eligible so long as their 19th birthday has not been passed on January 1, 2019.
- Garments modeled must have been made by participants, since the 2018 County 4-H Exhibit.
- Handcrafted garments made in the 4-H Crafts Project may be modeled in 4-H Fashion Revue, whenever the finished garment(s) meet the requirements of a Fashion Revue Classification.
- An entrant may enter only one State 4-H Fashion Revue Classification.
- Outfits to be worn in the State 4-H Fashion Revue cannot be exhibited in any other 4-H Exhibit section.
- Each county can send six participants to the State 4-H Fashion Revue (maximum two per category). On the county level, if there are no entries in a category, counties may send a second participant to the State Fashion Revue from another category.
No State Fair Entry: for the Junior Division
State Fair Entry: For the Senior Division only – One entry per category may be chosen