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Established in February 2022, the Members Closet aims to give members a one-stop page with useful resources for dressing professionally, packing for long conference trips, and preparing for the Ultimate Leadership Experience.
The page is divided into various sections, and each section on the page will help answer common questions. If you are looking for resources for something and you don’t see it on this page, reach out to us! We’d love to include it!
We are slowly adding topics to this page. Make sure to check back for updates!
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The FCCLA uniform is an iconic outfit that identifies you as a member of our organization. There are two types:
Depending on which type of uniform you want to use, you will need to purchase different items. We describe those below.
The Polo variant uniform is the go-to FCCLA uniform for all District and State functions. It consists of:
For best look and feel, Florida FCCLA recommends the following items to purchase alongside this uniform:
As one of the most simple uniforms you could purchase, the Polo variant is a quick and easy uniform to use. You’ll want to:
Please note, due to changes at the National level, the Polo variant uniform is not acceptable for certain national events such as the National Leadership Conference. Make sure to wear the right uniform for the right occasion. We recommend wearing the Blazer variant for outings with the news or other public organizations if possible.
The Blazer variant of the FCCLA uniform is the most recognizable and stylish uniform available to FCCLA members.
It consists of various parts, such as the FCCLA Red Blazer, a tie/ascot, a white or black button-up shirt, a sheath dress, etc.
This guide will take you through the various parts of the uniform, and the various accessories you can buy for it.
The FCCLA Blazer uniform is complex, but easy to understand once broken into simple parts! Before you purchase anything, make sure to purchase the official FCCLA Blazer from Twin Hills or Blazer Depot.
For ease of purchase, we recommend using Twin Hills, which provides the most common FCCLA blazer. The blazers in the picture above are all from Twin Hills. To order from Twin Hills, please have your Chapter Adviser order one for you.
To order from Twin Hill, visit https://fccla.twinhillstore.com/ and use your chapter ID as your user id and then welcome1 as your temporary password. If you have questions, please contact Twin Hill Customer Service at 1-888-206-0699.
For women, there are two styles that can be used with the Blazer variant of the uniform. Check below!
For men, there is one style that can be used with the Blazer variant of the uniform. Check below!
This uniform can be worn to any FCCLA event and is acceptable for most occasions. It can get hot depending on the weather, so do be mindful of that. The buttons on the blazer also tend to break when you close it, so be ready to sew it back on should you need to. The sleeves of the blazer may not fit everyone and should be altered so the sleeves aren’t too long.
Accessories such as nametags, Officer Pins, etc. can be purchased via the National FCCLA website. Only Chapter, State, and National officers should wear Officer Pins (there are ten variants to choose from).
Ever had questions about how to do certain things? Welcome to our How-To video section! Here you can find videos on various topics, like tying a tie, sewing back a button, etc. (Videos are owned by their respective channels and copyright holders).
Ever wondered how to tie a tie? It’s simple!
Florida FCCLA recommends members learn how to do the Double Windsor knot. The Double Windsor is a simple, symmetrical, and easy-to-learn knot that will fit all your FCCLA and non-FCCLA needs.
Everyone will learn differently how to tie a tie. There are many different styles, find what works for you! We have attached below some guide videos to help you, find the one that works best for you! (Videos are owned by their respective channels and copyright holders).
Has your blazers button fallen off? Here’s how to sew it back
“My shirt button fell off! How do I sew it back?” Here’s how you do that: