Last year, the world got its hands on a range of customisable Pokémon Shirts thanks to Original Stitch. Now comprising designs for the first 251 Pokémon, the shirts can be put together, ordered online, and delivered straight to your door, ready for you to show off to your friends. It's a cool concept and the end result can look rather nice, even if they are super expensive.
Now, the service has evolved once again to include polo shirts, and eager fans can go ahead and order one online as we speak. Just like before, you'll pick your base shirt design, customise it with the Pokémon embroidery of your choice, and hand over the cash to make it a reality. You'll start by choosing your shirt's colour from the options below.
You can then alter the sleeves, collar, and buttons - you can even swap out the standard buttons for cute little Poké Ball ones - before choosing your favourite Pokémon. You can add three in total on the chest, front, and back. Here's a quick peek at some of the designs.
Your final product will end up looking something like this.
If you want to order one for yourself, go ahead and visit the site here (just bear in mind that depending on your selections, your shirt could end up costing more than $100). Delivery is currently expected in around three to four weeks' time and is only available in the following countries:
Japan, United States, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, India, Indonesia, United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, Italy, France, Canada, Australia, New Zealand.
Do you like these new polo shirt designs? Would you be tempted to spend a pretty penny to get your hands on one? Let us know with a comment below.
Official, embroidered Pokémon polo shirts?
Let me show you my upperclass Privélege! ^^
Um... Hmm... What are the words I'm looking for?
Oh yeah... Not on your life.
I hope they offer the pocket squares in the west soon.
I'm assuming it's all packaging and high quality materials responsible for the high price, because applying a Pokemon emblem that takes up 5% of the surface area of a shirt is not worth $100.
I can’t imagine anyone actually wearing these. The button-down shirts had an eclectic Gucci-ish look that I could see someone pulling off but these are too minimal.
Got a feraligatr hawaiian shirt and it's comfy af
I might actually be tempted to get one if they just had an option for a basic t shirt. The amount of customization options they have for these custom shirts is pretty incredible.
No Cubone, No Sale!
No Vaporeon, just...No Way!?
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