3 Different Suits Inspired by Part 4 Jojo Characters
Have you ever wanted to combine your love of Jojo with your everyday apparel? Well, now you can! Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure has partnered with the Perfect Suit Factory to create a new set of Jojo-inspired suits and accessories. Each piece is inspired by either Josuke Higashikata, Kira Yoshikage, or Rohan Kishibe, the three main characters from part 4, Diamond is Unbreakable.
Each suit captures the essence of its character with unique details hidden on it. Josuke Higashikata’s suit has Josuke’s anchor logo on each of the buttons. Rohan’s suit has an interior inspired by his stand, Heaven’s Door. The inside even has a series of manga pages that you can pretend to brush through, just like how Rohan reads people.
For Kira Yoshikage’s suit, the inside features a fashionable but intimidating display of his stand, Killer Queen. His name can also be found written in Kanji just by the inner jacket pocket.
Sharp Jojo Accessories to Match Your Suit
If a suit set isn’t enough to inspire you to wear Jojo to the workplace, Perfect Suit Factory is also offering matchings ties, socks, and tiepins to help coordinate your outfit. The neckties come in a variety of colors and features and even depict other characters from part 4, like the stands of both Jotaro Kujo, Okuyasu Nijimura, and Koichi Hirose. In total, there are twelve versions with six different patterns with two colors each.
While the sock design remains limited to Josuke, Kira, and Rohan, they come in numerous colors to suit your specific tastes. As shown in the picture below, each pair of socks has reversible knitting that reveals a famous line from each character when the upper mouth is flipped down.
Previous Collaborations by Perfect Suit Factory
This is not the first time that Perfect Suit Factory has partnered with Jojo. To commemorate part 5, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind, two suits were created based on characters Giorno Giovanna and Bruno Bucciaradi. Giorno’s suit featured a single golden ladybug button on the wrists to represent Giorno’s ladybug broaches. Bruno’s suit featured specially made zippers on the inside pockets to resemble the zippers of his stand, Sticky Fingers. To view the current merchandise on sale, head over to https://perfect-s.com to get your hands on the limited goods while they last.
With the consistency of release with Perfect Suit Factory’s Jojo suits, it would be a safe bet to expect to see a series of outfits based on part 6’s Stone Ocean in the future. Of course, the part 6 anime will need to be announced first before we can expect high-end fashion.
Christian Dakin is an editor, designer, and video game director currently based out of Tokyo, Japan. Originally from a small town in Georgia, he studied in Japan for a year in college before returning again for work. Christian enjoys studying Japanese and the outdoors. In his off time, he is most likely to be found adventuring to a castle, belting it out in karaoke with friends, or in a gym somewhere.