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Spice Up Your Wardrobe With POKÉMON Dress Shirts

Last year we first told you about Original Stitch and their dazzling Pokémon dress shirt collection, and now they’re back with all-new designs! Pokémon of the Johto Region leap from the screen on to your new favorite dress shirt in these brand-new whimsical and colorful designs. Some are subtle homages with Pokémon hiding in the print, while other designs are obvious and gloriously loud patterns of familiar faces.

No matter the style, all of Original Stitch’s bold designs are perfect for any Pokémon fan.

Furret Pattern by Original Stitch

Original Stitch / The Pokémon Company

We can’t help but love the striking Furret design above with its earthy yet energetic feel. There is a wide range of hues available in this collection of 100 designs, and as much as we love the ones practically packed with light and color, we just have to show your one of our other favorites. Umbreon’s pattern is dark and mysterious, yet playful.

Umbreon Pattern by Original Stitch

Original Stitch / The Pokémon Company

In fact, if you love these new designs as much as we do, you can download them! Original Stitch is offering all of their Pokémon patterns as free backgrounds for your computer or conference call.

Just as exciting as the new designs are the incredible amount of options Original Stitch offers to help you make your perfect shirt. Available in different styles for men, women, and kids, the company has both casual and formal cuts to start with. From there you get to dive into the details from the type of collar and sleeve to mixing and matching patterns and colors. You can choose fabrics not just for the shirt itself, but for the inside and outside collars, cuffs, and pocket. The Pokémon possibilities feel almost endless.

With so much customization and attention to quality, you can expect prices to match. Kids’ shirts start at $85 and adults at $100. But if you want to dress to impress, this shirt collection is sure to make heads turn when you enter a room as they say, “Who’s that Pokémon?”

Thanks to SoraNews24 for the tip!

Kelly Knox is a freelance writer in Seattle, WA who writes for Star Wars, DC Comics, and more. Follow her on Twitter.

Featured Image: Original Stitch / The Pokémon Company