Have you ever grabbed a shopping cart while entering a grocery store or department store, just to find someone's discarded shopping list inside? Well, I have. People also love to leave behind sale papers, unneeded receipts, old gum wrappers, you name it... I even found a banana peel once.

Anyway, when I pulled out a shopping cart during a recent journey to a local store, I found what appeared to be a woman's clothes shopping list. (Okay, this didn't really happen. Just run with it.) A quick glance at the list made it clear that the shopper was interested in some new clothes. Judging from the choices, I assumed that she must be headed somewhere warm. The list read as follows:

GOWN
SUNDRESS
PANTS
CLOGS
FROCK

BLOUSE

After studying the list for a few seconds, I noticed something odd: no underwear. Then I noticed something even more odd about the entries... What was it? 

Here's the SOLUTION.

SOLUTION:

Each of the items on the list becomes a new word when you remove its first letter.

GOWN -> OWN
SUNDRESS -> UNDRESS
PANTS -> ANTS
CLOGS -> LOGS
FROCK -> ROCK
BLOUSE -> LOUSE