My garment inspired a collection of three looks mainly focused on outerwear, with two bottoms. I found that UBB customers are seeking useful garments that can be worn for many purposes, so I focused on designing garments that when worn, can be put-together and yet active, stylish, yet un-fussy. My first look is a jacket that would ideally be treated to be waterproof, with grey canvas accents and layered neckline, including a hood. It would also include recycled-plastic petal-shaped buttoms, multiple stacked pockets, and a gold zipper. My second look is a windbreaker with soft printed jersey lining and outer shell with flatteing hood, also creating a layered collar that can be worn in two ways. It has a cinchable waistband and gold zipper, as well as welt pockets with hidden zippers. It also includes a pair of leggings with hip and kneww patches made from strips of fabric topstitched in rounded shapes. My third look is a t-shirt, a sweatshirt, and a pair of chambray lounge pants. The tee is printed with s hand-drawn UBB graphic depicting natural items and shapes. The sweatshirt is made from mint fleece-lined jersey and has a plunging neckline, deep hoood, and short gold zipper. The lounge pants are made of soft organic chambray and boast large, voluminous patch pockets, tia waistband, and ankle band with button closure and placket.