Camouflage Officewear Made from Everyday Stains
Dirt Pattern Material turns bike chain grease and mustard leaks into wearable art
Who said hot dog stains can’t look cool? Dirt Pattern Material is a camouflage pattern imagined from the everyday blotches associated with just being human. The contemporary clothing design aims to make pen leaks and grass stains trendy.
To visualize the shirt, imagine straying your clothes with common stains that would typically have you running to the dry cleaner. Red wine, pen ink and drops of ketchup are central ingredients to creating the ‘new camouflage.’ Sporting the pattern is ideal for a big night on the town, as the wearer is encouraged to build on the design over time.