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One question that has been bugging me is how to define what make a good or bad design. Specifically, what are the aesthetic maxims that any designer ought to follow to make a "football uniform" or "baseball uniform" or "hockey uniform." Given those rules, can they be bent or broken in certain scenarios? So for example a baseball uniform in my mind, follows the following rules: Home uniforms should have either pinstripes or piping (collar, headspoon, sleeve cuff, pants) BUT NEVER both. Undershirts should match either the very top or bottom of the stirrup (sanitary socks do not count unless they are a non-white color) Whatever script is on the front of a jersey should match the numbers on the back in terms of colors. For example red outlined in blue for both the team name and the number on the back. Belts should match either the cap or the cleats, preferably both. Pants piping should be no wider than 1 inch. Piping should match from the jersey to the pants in some capacity. Softball tops should generally be worn with a cap of the same or darker color. The squatchee on the cap should match the brim when the brim is a different color from the crown. If the brim is the same color as the crown, the squatchee can be any color.