Big Sweater, Small Sweater

Let me be the one to let you in on this magically amazing idea for clothing tags. What Yong Jin Kim’s idea consists of is a tiny version of whatever clothing item the tag is attached to printed on the tag that’s attached. What does this mean for you and your kids? It means that you (and/or your kids) will be able to take your entire clothing collection (provided you only buy this one brand) and dress up paper dolls the same as you to your heart’s content! Hooray!

What an excellent idea for working out clothing combinations with paper instead of the the rigorous activity of picking them out yourself. Anyone remember “The One Where Noone’s Ready?” Just like that, only this way you’ll be able to do it without pulling out the whole closet.

Designer: Yong Jin Kim


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