Nowadays, military items have become everyday wear worn by everyone, but until a while ago, they were ``dangerous'' items that were chosen by quite a few people. Have you seen the 1976 classic movie "Taxi Driver"? The sight of the main character, Robert De Niro, wearing a Mohawk and an M-65 jacket, was an outfit that could only be described as ``crazy.'' But now it's a common genre. But I can't deny that there's a certain strength to it.
So I tried mashing it up like this. He tried applying the tie material to the flap of his pocket. I also used a pattern that looks like an honor student. This alone should neutralize the "hard" feeling to a large extent. In other words, we have created a hybrid item that combines the best of military and traditional fashion. Tencel? Rayon? It's made of soft synthetic fabric, so it looks great when worn with the front open and worn with a T-shirt underneath. He's a "adult military" guy.
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.