After the last post, I’ve decided on four main clothing styles that you can create. These are:
There’s a lot of C’s in there! Anyway, I made them pretty generic sounding, as each of these categories can hold a bunch of styles. For example, “Cute” can be feminine, girly, everything frilly, or even lolita. Whereas “Cool” would be things like goth, punk, emo, rock etc. “Glamour” would be anything sexy and bling-bling, and “Casual” gets reserved for basics and anything else that doesn’t fit the other categories.
Also, I’m thinking of making each clothing item unique. By that I mean, you can’t dye them in all colours. For example, the same amount of ingredients (2 woolen cloth, 1 woolen yarn), but with two different dyes, would produce two completely different clothing items. You might think “But that’s more work!”, but it’s actually less work, because then I won’t have to create each clothing item 7 more times to have them be in all colours available. I mean if I have over 200 pieces of clothing, I’ll have to multiply that by 7 …
Oh, and for other parts of the dress-up game, like hair and stuff, you’ll have to go to a hair salon to change it, and shop for shoes yourself. You cannot make these things.