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#1 Old 30th May 2018 at 1:54 PM
Default Sims 4 - Bad and Boujee Challenge
Hey! Before we start, I'd just like to say this is the first thread I've posted, so sorry if it's a bit weird.

Welcome to my first challenge for the Sims 4: The Bad and Boujee Challenge!

This challenge is a bit of a combination between a CAS challenge, a money challenge, and a story based challenge. It’s shorter than most legacy challenges, so it should be good fun!

Your sim is a young adult who has just been kicked out of their home (the reason is up to you :P) with nothing but 500 simoleons and the clothes on their back. However, they had only just stepped out of the shower before they were booted out, so the only clothes they have is a single towel! Fortunately, they've found a place to stay while they work their way back up to the top - and buy some clothes.

STARTING OFF:
- Make one young adult male or female sim, with no other sims in the household. (Note: This challenge was written for female sims, but you can use a male if you want!)
- Give the sims the traits materialistic and self-assured, but the other trait and aspiration are up to you.
- Their appearance doesn’t matter, but there is one rule you MUST adhere too, or the challenge is pointless - the sim, for every outfit, can wear nothing more than a towel and white flip-flops. (Cancel out certain search filters to have them show up in the Formal outfit and etc options.) This means no makeup, accessories, nothing. They must also have the same hairstyle for every outfit.
- Move them into one of the 15 x 20 lots in the upper left-hand corner of Newcrest, press ctrl + shift + c, and type in the cheat ‘testingcheats true’ without the quotations. Then type in ‘money 10000’ without the quotations.
- Build the sim a house using the funds you’ve got. Only one rule for this part: the objects that you use that have functions, ie beds, counters, stoves, etc, cannot be CC. Some CC is a lot cheaper than other EA options, so I want to keep it fair by saying functional objects cannot be CC. You can use CC decor, however.
- Once you’re finished, use cheats to put your household funds to 500.

Now the goal of this challenge - purchase clothing, accessories, and makeup for your sim to make three unique outfits for each outfit category - that’s 18 outfits in total! The details about the costs of these clothes and etc will be listed below, but for now, let's start with general rules.

RULES:
- Your sim cannot get a job. They must make all of their money by collecting things, like time capsules and whatnot. Your sim can’t sell their paintings, licence songs, or fish. You cannot use mods that allow your sims to ask for money after Woohooing with another sim or the like. In order to make cash, your sim has to get down and dirty - that means digging, rummaging through trash, or gardening.
- Your sim cannot have any romantic interests or develop any relationships past acquaintance. No-one wants to be associated with someone who doesn’t have clothes! (This rule will change later in the challenge)
- Every time your sim travels, unless the lot is one of the four/five in the immediate vicinity of your sim, you must deduct 20 simoleons from the household funds. If you travel to another town, you must deduct 50 simoleons.
- Your sim cannot have any skill items except a stove. (This rule will change later in the challenge)
- Your sim may not sleep anywhere other than their own bed. (This rule will change later in the challenge)
- Your sim cannot travel to any lots that aren’t residential or empty. (This rule will change later in the challenge)
- Your sim may not move house.
- A complete outfit is a top+bottom/full body piece as well as a pair of shoes, discluding the towel and flip-flops.

‘BUYING’ CLOTHES:
- By the end of the challenge, your sim must have ‘bought’ enough clothes, makeup, and accessories to make up 18 unique outfits. And when I say unique, I mean unique - no outfit can have the same piece of clothing, accessory, or makeup as another. You can have the same piece of clothing and etc in a different colour, but no exact replicas, and you must pay for the different coloured item.
- When you ‘buy’ new clothes and etc, you must deduct what you spent from your household funds - I suggest you keep a record of what you buy so you can calculate it correctly, and so you can count up your points at the end.

Everyday Outfits
- When buying your everyday outfits, you must use the search filters ‘Feminine’/’Masculine’ and ‘Everyday’, and nothing else.
- Everyday T-Shirts, Brassieres and Tanks cost 100 simoleons each. (10 points)
- Everyday Blouses, Button Ups, Polos, and Vests cost 200 simoleons each. (20 points)
- Everyday Jackets, Sweaters, and Sweatshirts cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Everyday Skirts and Shorts cost 150 simoleons each. (15 points)
- Everyday Jeans and Skin Tights cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Everyday Pants and Cropped cost 300 simoleons each. (30 points)
-Everyday Jumpsuits, Short Dresses, and Sets cost 200 simoleons each. (20 points)
- Everyday Long Dresses cost 350 simoleons each. (35 points)
- A change in hairstyle is 50 simoleons per outfit. (5 points)
- Everyday makeup: You must buy at least one eyeshadow, one eyeliner, one blush, and one lipstick across the three outfits. (See below for makeup costs)
- Everyday accessories: You must buy at least three accessories of any kind across the three outfits. (See below for accessory costs)
- Everyday bonus points: One outfit is appropriate for summer, ie. a short-sleeved t-shirt and shorts/skirt, (20 points) and one outfit is appropriate for winter, ie. a long-sleeved shirt and long pants. (40 points)

Formal Outfits
- When buying your formal outfits, you must use the search filters ‘Feminine’/’Masculine’ and ‘Formal’, and nothing else.
- Formal T-Shirts, Brassieres and Tanks cost 150 simoleons each. (15 points)
- Formal Blouses, Button Ups, Polos, and Vests cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Formal Jackets, Sweaters, and Sweatshirts cost 300 simoleons each. (30 points)
- Formal Skirts and Shorts cost 200 simoleons each. (20 points)
- Formal Jeans and Skin Tights cost 300 simoleons each. (30 points)
- Formal Pants and Cropped cost 350 simoleons each. (35 points)
- Formal Jumpsuits, Short Dresses, and Sets cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Formal Long Dresses cost 400 simoleons each. (40 points)
- A change in hairstyle is 100 simoleons per outfit. (10 points)
- Formal makeup: You must buy at least two eyeshadows, two eyeliners, one blush, and two lipsticks across the three outfits. (See below for makeup costs)
- Formal accessories: You must buy at least five accessories of any kind across the three outfits. (See below for accessory costs)
- Formal bonus points: Only one of your formal outfits includes a Full-Body piece. (40 points)

Athletic Outfits
- When buying your athletic outfits, you must use the search filters ‘Feminine’/’Masculine’ and ‘Athletic’, and nothing else.
- Athletic T-Shirts, Brassieres and Tanks cost 100 simoleons each. (10 points)
- Athletic Blouses, Button Ups, Polos, and Vests cost 200 simoleons each. (20 points)
- Athletic Jackets, Sweaters, and Sweatshirts cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Athletic Skirts and Shorts cost 150 simoleons each. (15 points)
- Athletic Jeans and Skin Tights cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Athletic Pants and Cropped cost 300 simoleons each. (30 points)
- Athletic Jumpsuits and Short Dresses cost 200 simoleons each. (20 points)
- A change in hairstyle is 50 simoleons per outfit. (5 points)
- Athletic bonus points: Each outfit has two accessories of any kind (30 points)

Sleep Outfits
- When buying your sleep outfits, you must use the search filters ‘Feminine’/’Masculine’ and ‘Sleep’, and nothing else.
- Sleep T-Shirts, Brassieres and Tanks cost 100 simoleons each. (10 points)
- Sleep Blouses, Button Ups, Polos, and Vests cost 200 simoleons each. (20 points)
- Sleep Jackets, Sweaters, and Sweatshirts cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Sleep Skirts and Shorts cost 150 simoleons each. (15 points)
- Sleep Jeans and Skin Tights cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Sleep Pants and Cropped cost 300 simoleons each. (30 points)
- Sleep Jumpsuits and Short Dresses cost 200 simoleons each. (20 points)
- A change in hairstyle is 50 simoleons per outfit. (5 points)
- Sleep bonus points: One outfit is appropriate for summer, ie. a short-sleeved t-shirt and shorts/skirt, (20 points) and one outfit is appropriate for winter, ie. a long-sleeved shirt and long pants. (40 points)

Party Outfits
- When buying your party outfits, you must use the search filters ‘Feminine’/’Masculine’ and ‘Party’, and nothing else.
- Party T-Shirts, Brassieres and Tanks cost 150 simoleons each. (15 points)
- Party Blouses, Button Ups, Polos, and Vests cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Party Jackets, Sweaters, and Sweatshirts cost 300 simoleons each. (30 points)
- Party Skirts and Shorts cost 200 simoleons each. (20 points)
- Party Jeans and Skin Tights cost 300 simoleons each. (30 points)
- Party Pants and Cropped cost 350 simoleons each. (35 points)
- Party Jumpsuits, Short Dresses, and Sets cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Party Long Dresses cost 400 simoleons each. (40 points)
- A change in hairstyle is 100 simoleons per outfit. (10 points)
- Party makeup: You must buy at least three eyeshadows, two eyeliners, one blush, and three lipsticks across the three outfits. (See below for makeup costs)
- Party accessories: You must buy at least six accessories of any kind across the three outfits. (See below for accessory costs)
- Party bonus points: All of your outfits have a full face of makeup, (35 points) and only one of your formal outfits includes a Full-Body piece. (40 points)

Swimwear Outfits
- When buying your swimwear outfits, you must use the search filters ‘Feminine’/’Masculine’ and ‘Swimwear’, and nothing else.
- Swimwear T-Shirts, Brassieres and Tanks cost 100 simoleons each. (15 points)
- Swimwear Blouses and Swimsuit Tops cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Swimwear Bottoms and Shorts cost 150 simoleons each. (15 points)
- Swimwear Skin Tights cost 250 simoleons each. (25 points)
- Swimwear Full Bodies cost 350 simoleons each. (35 points)
- Swimwear outfits do not have to include shoes.
- Swimwear bonus points: One of your outfits is a two piece with shoes. (30 points)

Makeup/Accessories
- Eyeshadows cost 100 simoleons each. (10 points)
- Eyeliners cost 50 simoleons each. (5 points)
- Blushes cost 100 simoleons each. (10 points)
- Lipsticks cost 100 simoleons each. (10 points)
- Hats cost 150 simoleons each. (15 points)
- Earrings cost 200 simoleons each. (20 points)
- Glasses cost 300 simoleons each. (30 points)
- Necklaces cost 150 simoleons each. (15 points)
- Bracelets cost 200 simoleons each. (20 points)
- Gloves cost 50 simoleons each. (5 points)
- Rings cost 150 simoleons each. (15 points)
- Leggings cost 100 simoleons each. (10 points)
- Socks cost 50 simoleons each. (5 points)
- Other accessories are 150 simoleons each. (15 points)
- If you give your sims tattoos after the initial creation stage, tattoos cost 400 simoleons each. (40 points)

Shoes
- Sandals, Flats, and Slippers cost 100 simoleons each. (10 points)
- Boots, Sneaker, and Loafers cost 150 simoleons each. (15 points)
- Wedges and Heels cost 200 simoleons each. (20 points)

PROGRESSION REWARDS:
- Once you have one complete everyday outfit (see above) your sim can have friends but can't pursue romance. They can also go to non-lot public areas. (Eg, the streets outside your sim's house, the city squares in San Myshuno)
- Once you have two complete everyday outfits your sim can visit parks, national parks, have good friends and best friends. They can also visit retail lots.
- Once you have three complete everyday outfits your sim can pursue romance, but they can't ask another sim to be their boyfriend/girlfriend or get married. They can also host birthday parties.
- Once you have one complete formal outfit your sim can visit museums, art centres, and libraries.
- Once you have two complete formal outfits your sim can host a dinner party and a black and white bash. The can also visit lounges, cafes, and restaurants.
- Once you have three complete formal outfits your sim can get married.
- Once you have one complete athletic outfit completed your sim can go for jogs or uses exercise equipment.
- Once you have two complete athletic outfits your sim can visit gyms and spas. They can also host Weenie Roasts.
- Once you have three complete athletic outfits your sim can buy any skill item. They can also adopt a pet, and visit rental lots and vet clinics.
- Once you have one complete sleep outfit your sim can invite others to sleep over or sleep in a bed other than their own.
- Once you have two complete sleep outfits your sim can WooHoo or Try For Baby with other sims.
- Once you have three complete sleep outfits your sim can ask another sim to move in with them. This sim has all of their clothes but must quit their job when they move in with your sim.
- Once you have one complete party outfit your sim can host house parties and spooky parties.
- Once you have two complete party outfits your sim can visit nightclubs, bars, and karaoke bars.
- Once you have three complete party outfits your sim can ask other sims to be their boyfriend/girlfriend.
- Once you have two complete swimwear outfits your sim can visit pools.

END OF THE CHALLENGE AND BONUS POINTS:
Officially, the challenge ends when you have completed the 18 outfits to your satisfaction, but I recommend you set yourself another deadline or limit to prevent yourself from cheating in order to give yourself more time. Here are bonus points you can earn:
- Get a gold medal in every social event possible (60 points)
- Get married. (50 points)
- Have at least one child, whether through Trying For Baby or adoption. (50 points)
- Have all of your formal and party outfits have a full face of makeup, ie. Eyeshadow, Eyeliner, Blush, and Lipstick. (45 points)
- Have your starting sim get to level 10 in any skill. (45 points)
- Use every kind of accessory at least twice across all of your outfits. (40 points)
Once you've completely finished, add up your all your points from across the challenge (please record your points as you go) and see how many you got!

Thank you for reading! I've yet to fully playtest this challenge so if you try it and run into a problem, please let me know.
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