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Persona 4 Golden Clothing Line: Style Link

by Lambert Varias
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One of my favorite things about Persona 4 is that the characters wore ordinary clothes, even when they became supernatural investigators. They even changed outfits from time to time! And now we can rock some of their wardrobe, thanks to Insert Coin Clothing’s officially licensed collection.

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The collection consists of 8 clothes and Chie’s pins, which look poorly made so I didn’t bother including them here. My favorites are Chie’s jacket and the June’s t-shirt.

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Insert Coin sells the jackets for $84 (USD), the hoodie for $56 and the t-shirts for $30.

[via Siliconera]

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