Japanese customisable soldier suits – for when propagandize uniforms only seem a bit …
May 17, 2015 - School Uniform
Japanese propagandize uniforms are precious all over a universe (well, all over a internet, anyway) for their lovable sailor-suit styles and elementary navy and white designs. Aficionados competence tell we that school uniforms symbolise nostalgia for what they understand as a simpler, some-more trusting time in life. Or, they competence tell we that people like looking during high-schoolers in brief skirts. It’s substantially a bit of both, to be honest.
But we digress! The thing about uniforms, we see, is that they’re all a same. And if you’re shopping a uniform as a conform or dress-up item, we substantially don’t indeed wish a same one as everybody else. So these new customisable designs from Maori Inokuchi could have a answer. Just don’t ask about a price…
Tsukekae Seifuku is radically a white blouse with detachable collars in opposite colours, so we can change them to emanate opposite looks. The collars come in 3 colours: navy, white, or grey. Different phony ribbons are available, too.
▼ Here’s a grey collar…
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▼ …and white! See, totally opposite outfits, yeah? Completely different.
The detailing on a shirts is flattering cold – a single hiragana impression festooned in white.
▼ Ideal for Annas, Ayas and A-chans everywhere!
The brand’s central website is flattering slick, yet we couldn’t find any prices anywhere (that means they’re free, right?). According to Japanese website Fashion Snap, though, a blouse is 6,000 yen (US$50) and a collars are 3,000 yen ($25) each.
Tsukekae Seifuku is rising during humanities festival Design Festa vol.41 at Tokyo Big Sight on May 16 and 17. Customisable uniform fun for a schoolgirl in all of us!
I only have one question, though. Correct me if I’m wrong, yet aren’t soldier fit collars detachable anyway…?