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Creating an Outfit

Creating an Outfit

In VStitcher, an outfit is a combination of previously created garments that you can show on the same avatar. For example, you might want to show a pair of trousers together with a shirt, or a skirt together with a blouse.

When creating a new outfit, it is best practice to first load the avatar and avatar pose associated with the snapshots for the garments in the outfit.

You cannot use Lotta drawings in an outfit.

To create an outfit:

  1. On the Main menu, click File, then New Outfit. The Outfit Info dialog box is displayed.

  2. In Outfit Name, type a name for your outfit.

  3. Click Add to add a garment to the outfit. A file explorer window is displayed.

  4. Navigate to where the BW or VSGX file for the garment you want to add to the outfit is located.

  5. Select the file.

  6. Click Open. The garment is added to the outfit.




  1. Select the colorway and size.

​​Version 2024.1​​: You can select a specific snapshot to use for each garment in the outfit. Remember, it's recommended to first load the avatar and avatar pose associated with the snapshots for the garments in the outfit. To select the size, first select ​None ​​under ​File Name​​.

  1. Repeat steps 3-7 to add another garment. To remove a garment, select the garment and click delete.PNG.

  2. Select a garment, and click Remove to remove it from the outfit.

  3. When you have all the garments you want in your outfit, click OK. The garments are loaded into VStitcher. If necessary, click ​Dress ​​to update the simulation.

  4. To save the outfit as a garment, on the Main menu, click File, then Save Outfit as Garment.

Viewing the Outfit Info Dialog Box

To view the Outfit Info dialog box, on the Main menu, click Garment, then Outfit Map. The dialog box is displayed. You can then add or remove garments from the outfit.

Using layers in an outfit

You can play around with the order of the garments in an outfit to change the layering. For example, if a top is above the pants in an outfit, the top will be tucked into the pants. For the top to appear hanging over the pants, the top should appear below the pants in the ​Edit Outfit​ dialog box. Click ​Update​​ to implement any changes you make.


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