I cobbled together this data set of the professional clothes (polos, long-sleeve dress shirts, pants) in my closet, largely for illustration on the origins of apparel in the U.S. for an intro lecture on trade.
A data frame with 86 observations on the following 4 variables.
Type of clothing
The brand of clothing (e.g. Apt. 9, Saddlebred)
the color (and/or pattern) of the article of clothing
The country that produced the garment.
If you must know, I do most of my clothes shopping at major retailers in the U.S. Thi is mostly Belk, J.C. Penney, and Kohl's. If that's you as well, the odds are good the distribution of my clothes will closely resemble yours. A recent move I made resulted in me donating a fair bit of my short-sleeved polo shirts. I did not buy any new shirts, though. Thus, I copied that information from a previous version of the data.
Steve's closet. Hey, that's me!