We think of putting together a look as similar to composing a draft.  To reflect that correlation, we've chosen to invoke terms commonly used in style guides to identify the different elements of each post.

n., a first or preliminary form of any writing, subject to revision, copying, etc.
Here, we'll include the photo(s) of the look we've assembled.

Earlier Drafts:
Here, we'll include the link(s) to the earlier post(s) featuring the same pieces.

n., the act of combining parts or elements to form a whole.
Here, we'll list the different pieces we've brought together to create our look.  When possible, we'll specify where we acquired each item.


n., a customary way of doing something; a custom or practice; an act of using or employing; use.
Here, we'll describe what we had in mind when putting the look together.  This might include what message we hoped to convey with the look, where we wore it, questions that arose as we put it together, etc.

n., questions or statements designed to induce reflection and response; cues.
Here, we'll pose questions or concerns we had while composing the look to invite your feedback.

n., remarks, observations, or criticisms.
Here, we hope you will share your responses and edits to the concepts we've addressed in the post!