A month-long performance addressing the issue of work attire rotation.
Below detailed outfits are worn on their corresponding work day
throughout the month of February.
When getting dressed for work on a Thursday or Friday morning
I might ask myself, “have I already worn that sweater this week?”
Prefabricated February takes the guessing out of dressing!
Dress confidently, Prefabricate your February today!
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I post the below drawings at my workplace so my co-workers can review and scrutinize my attire on a daily basis and make sure I’m staying true to the piece. In 2006 and 2008 I made up one week of attire and wore those outfits every corresponding day of the week. In 2010 and 2012, I wanted to utilize a little bit more of my wardrobe so I drew up the whole month.
*Drawings not to scale, colors may not reflect actual colors of clothing
and yes, those were the same pair of grey pants all 4 days in 2006,
because that’s how I roll (out of bed).
Prefabricated February is completed in even years.