Some of you may be thinking, ``I keep hearing the word mashup, but what exactly is it?'' Originally, mashup was a technical term for DJs, and it meant connecting various songs together in short bursts and mixing them together to create a really cool new sound. In line with that, the mashup that I advocate means that by adding a little extra effort to a piece of clothing, you can make it even cooler while still retaining the original charm of the clothing. That's why the perspective is different from what we call "remake" or "upcycling" in the world.
These cargo pants are also a true mashup. It's just a regular item with the cargo pocket flap made of tie fabric. Don't you think that with just a little extra effort, you can create something with a great sense of style? In particular, these pants are based on Comer's version of the American brand BURK's mil-spec pants. The original body is full of authenticity, so it's worth the extra effort. We also recommend making effective use of the elegance of the tie fabric and wearing it with a jacket and tie for a hybrid look.
An authentic design that follows original military wear, such as a button fly design and a drawcord at the hem. The color scheme of the silk fabric will vary slightly from piece to piece.
Isn't there an easier way to make your clothes look tasteful and interesting with just one idea? This is an original category created with this in mind.
We propose new value for clothes, similar to the music method [MASH UP], which edits and connects multiple songs to create a new song.