Is KanaHana the richest seiyu alive?
At least one would think that if you see her wearing an USD$800 sweater.
Why haven't they been phased out?
They have been deprecated sexually in favor of traps and they can't preform against men in terms of thought or physical labor, other than childbirth they have no advantages, and a number of people wouldn't call that an advantage.
They're deprecated and should be phased out post haste.
What the fuck? Pic related is like 20 fucking dollars and looks much better.
Or if you want something thicker for 28 bucks.
There's clearly a market for shitty goods as evidenced by /fa/:
What's the point of buying overly expensive stuff that looks affordable? If you are already bleeding that much money on it at least be sure it's a really fucking impressive peace of cloth
Hipster here in Italy started wearing these sweaters and t-shirts with retarded floral patterns
Well I'm not a big breasted woman, so I haven't tried those particular sweaters.
I've only really worn one sweater in the past years, and it only cost me like 25 bucks and it was pretty comfy, but it's a male one.
Anyway I looked for "high quality sweaters" and found this one for 6k dollars. I'm pretty sure I'd rather knit my own sweater or just wear some rags than buy this shit.
I assume there is some psychology behind wearing clothes that are really expensive.
Subconsciously feeling better because you're wearing something that costs a ton of money and plebs can't buy or something.
It's to hide the broad shoulders and the largish frame.
People pay $400 for normal looking sneakers like pictured. There's a niche market that is satisfied with any luxury product.
People will pay a lot of money for anything.
>I Am Rich is an iOS application which was formerly distributed using the App Store, and developed by Armin Heinrich. When launched, the screen only contains a glowing red gem, and an icon that when pressed, displays the following mantra in large text:
I am rich
I deserv [sic] it
I am good,
>The application is described as "a work of art with no hidden function at all", with its only purpose being to show other people that they were able to afford it, making it a Veblen good. I Am Rich was sold on the App Store for 999.99 United States dollars, 799.99 euros, and 599.99 pounds sterling, the highest price Apple allows for App Store content. The application was removed from the App Store by Apple Inc. without explanation the day following its release, on August 6, 2008.
But why would making a bad purchase make you fell better? I could sell you a regular piece of paper for 2 hundred bucks, but in the end is the same fucking paper I bought for 10 cents earlier, it's not a special paper because you got scammed
they will answer all your questions on luxury clothing. some people like clothes that paying a high price is not much to them. that's how much clothes is worth to them. how much its worth to you is just your opinion.
If your brand of paper somehow became a status symbol for elite companies , you could indeed get away with selling the same fucking paper for a much higher price. It's insane, but it's how things are.
Think about this.
An average sweater price is 30 dollars.
If you want a high quality one, an ordinary person would look for the price range between 100 and 200 bucks, not 600 +.
>If you want a high quality one, an ordinary person would look for the price range between 100 and 200 bucks, not 600 +.
That's your opinion. People value clothes differently, some people appreciate detailing, material, and the cut of high quality cltohes.
Fuck, from the thumbnail I thought that was a sweater of Alfie Atkins on a beach or some shit
Ah. He's probably also implying I'm poor then.
Because clothes that are "really expensive" usually are made with better materials and overall better quality in general. You could buy high-end luxury goods with no branding and it could still cost absurd amounts of money because it's a niche market for those who could afford it.
YSL duffle coats for example cost $2,600. Made in Italy with the best material available sourced by Heidi herself. In part, buying it gets me a quality product in terms of material and craftsmanship but it also allows me to support Heidi's drug addiction.Or, I could buy a Gloverall duffle coat for $500 with material that's a few grades down in terms of quality and Made in UK. The incremental cost of $2,100 might not be worth it to some but it's clearly worth it to other. Those YSL Duffle Coats cleared out last winter.
>wool is wool
Do you also think $50 cashmere scarves are equivalent to $1000 cashmere scarves? Material differs depending on region and the craftsmanship involved in turning it into the product.
Marina Inoue borrows her clothes
Well excuse me princess but my skin isn't smooth enough to tell the difference between 500$ cashmere and 2000$ cashmere.
I could buy a steak cooked with charcoal from some remote volcano for hundreds of dollars, or buy a "normal" high quality steak for just 20, they're both going to end in my stomach regardless and I doubt my tongue will even care about the difference.
>Do you also think $50 cashmere scarves are equivalent to $1000 cashmere scarves?
This is dependent on the cashmere content. The $50 scarf may have a lower, equal or higher cashmere content than the $1000 scarf, so you shouldn't make any conclusions based on the price.
It's a fallacious to assume that a product is higher quality than the other because it's priced higher.
>>Well excuse me princess but my skin isn't smooth enough to tell the difference between 500$ cashmere and 2000$ cashmere.
That's cool and all but that doesn't mean there isn't an actual difference between them. Sure you may not appreciate the difference, but there are plenty of people out there that do.
Hold on. What if...
you both watch the same anime
>/a/ in charge of fashion
There's more to clothing than just the base cost of throwing chink kids in a sweatshop. A good designer piece will last you a decade and will still hold some resale value because that shit's made by people who know what they're doing instead of people with dollar signs for eyes looking at marketing statistics. There's a reason why most high-end designers don't even have logos on their products.
It's the difference between Freezing and Alter. To people who don't give a shit, it's the same. But ask the buyfag thread and they'll give you a powerpoint presentation with 38 cited sources about how much of a fag you are.
That's fine and dandy but OP's sweater is ugly as fuck and more expensive shit != better quality.
I'm pretty sure that as long as you know where to look, you could find a 200$ sweater that has better quality than a 400$ one. You shouldn't immediately jump on the dick of the highest buyer, that's woman logic.
I'm speaking from experience, my mom had this horrible habit of buying overpriced stuff just because BIGGER PRICE= BIGGER QUALITY
I mean if I told you that Alienware and Apple Products are a waste of money you wouldn't say anything, but suddenly if we're talking about sweaters shit doesn't fly the same?
>who is Nana Mizuki
Her watch here is €13~15k. In general being a seiyuu doesn't pay much but the top ones who do side-gigs such as concerts are definitely well-off.
She wears on her hand more than I earn for a living in 3 years?
Man, fuck rich people. If I ever win the lottery I'll just put everything in the bank and buy a 1 room apartment and become neet for life who barely uses 200 bucks per month.
>In general being a seiyuu doesn't pay much but the top ones who do side-gigs such as concerts are definitely well-off.
Kana has been working her ass off over the last 5/6 years.
All the roles she has done which most people love and all the concerts she has been doing.
Like or hate her she has been putting in a shit ton of effort as she has literally no free time.
The fact that most of /a/ knows who she is and easily recognize her means she has been doing a good job.
Why does she look 12 at 16 years old?
Is that the gothloli dress doing it, or am just unable to make sense of how the Japanese age? It looks good on her, though.
Also, why´d anyone make an 8 y.o. starlet-in- the-making, of all things, perfom in a bobsleighing promo(it looks like), Woudn´t an acmpplished teenage bobsledder be better.
Still, she´s so adorable there, that I would pat her head and bring her hot coccoa, if she crashed.
Wrong. There are 100% cashmere scarves that cost around $50 (from Uniqlo). Cashmere is a true lux product unlike wool. The $50 scarves are made from scraps hence why it sheds and pills at a high rate. The higher quality and cashmere is very robust and generally reserved for Italian and Scottish textile makers. Anything leftover aka the short/lower quality cashmere is shit and dumped to countries like China. There's also the refining process and weaving that differs beyond the material as well. The cheaper it is, the shittier the scarf actually really is.
>I mean if I told you that Alienware and Apple Products are a waste of money you wouldn't say anything, but suddenly if we're talking about sweaters shit doesn't fly the same?
The reasoning for that is simple. Alienware and Apple products can easily be proven to be a waste of money most of the time, because all the components are well documented. This means you can easily look up how much each component is worth.
In the case of clothing and such, something like that is much harder to do, so people can easily make claims that are very hard to disprove. They will keep saying the material is higher quality because the product costs more without any evidence on their side, and if you want to disprove that statement, you'd more or less need to study the microscopic structure of the material itself.
>A good designer piece
I wrote that for a reason. There's expensive bullshit like >>115699809 that has no justification. Then there's expensive, but for a reason, items like >>115700023 where anyone with their 5 senses still intact can see what the price gets you.
OP's sweater is probably overpriced fast fashion aimed at women with more money than sense.
It was in 2009 she blew up.
Renai Circulation was fucking huge and allowed her to be truly be expose.
Also helped that she did Angel Beats which was popular at the time.
>The cheaper it is, the shittier the scarf actually really is.
But that's not true. The price of many clothing products rise simply because they bear a brand.
I'm not saying that something cheaper doesn't necessarily mean lower quality,I'm saying that something more expensive doesn't necessarily mean higher quality. There's something called diminishing returns. Once you get to 100% cashmere, adding more zeroes to the end of the price won't make it more % cashmere.
Would you really buy this >>115699809
just because of the "high quality" ?
>Once you get to 100% cashmere
There's more to it than just cashmere content though. The cost of quality material and workmanship will always drive costs up.
But yeah I agree with you in general that more expensive doesn't mean higher quality but there's a lot more factors in clothing that people tend to think about.
>Pure is not an absolute term. The finest cashmere consists only of the whitest, longest, thinnest hair from the underfleece, whereas lower-quality cashmere may be either the shorter, coarser hair from the undercoat–typically from the rear end of the animal rather than its belly–or, more dubiously, shorter hair that has either not been properly dehaired or, worse still, blended with yak or rabbit hair. When the best white (dehaired) cashmere costs $75 per kilo and one sweater requires at least 200g of fibre, the motive for mass-producers to use cheaper stuff becomes clear.
First result in fucking googling "cashmere quality"
And that's why people like me can sell shit cashmere for 900 bucks while some poor fuckers with their high quality cashmere get no clients. Because my price says "you can't afford it" and people just love that
I've noticed many of the Japanese on TV wear relatively expensive watches. Franck Muller is quite popular with them.
Educate yourself rather than be a spoonfed retard. Hurr, no evidence posted so you're just making claims.
Name another laptop in the premium space that can compete. It has the best battery life in that category and a unix based OS which is pretty neat.
I don't even own one and I find it a pretty attractive product.
Oh shit, that reminds me fo the Eva shoes. I wish I could have these shoes.
Remember the most /fa/ anime of all times, /a/?
This is the high quality craftsmanship you get with apple products.
Depends on your priority. I personally think having a discrete gpu on a laptop is a negative since all I want in a laptop is a good screen, good battery, light, and a good keyboard. Top performance isn't really an issue for me since all I do is code and watch videos.
Stuff like this isn't necessarily a sign of personal wealth, agencies like to give out these kinds of swag (also tax reasons) instead of actually equitable wages, and the girls like to take it because it makes them feel and at least appear like they're getting something and takes their mind off of how badly they're getting screwed over.
Because I'm willing to pay premium dollars for a product that BEST satisfies my requirement? And the macbook isn't even that expensive.
Regardless, I"m waiting on some of the offerings from Broadwell before I make an upgrade from my Thinkpad x301.
No my requirement is to max my personal requirements. I don't give a fuck if the product that I buy is an apple product or not as long as it best fits since I'm not a mindless drone.
You're fucking bad as idrones.
You probably know by now that her hair products and/or her haircut probably cost more than that sweater, and unlike the sweater they will have to be done again a month from now.
Assuming the quality isn't shit, it's not that bad.
Asuka's outfit, on the other hand, requires some dosh.
That looks fucking cheap and is ugly as hell, 0/10 would not buy.
Shit material, probably clingy, collar looks annoying, needlessly long.
>but OP's sweater is ugly as fuck
I quite like it. 8/10 would cop but I'm a poorfag.
/a/ has really shit fashion sense in general, I remember a fashion thread here last year and everyone was posting ugly Madoka promo pics and replying all 'why are they so stylish?'.
Sure, if literally all you care about is thinness and weight.
If you actually use it for more than trolling 4chan you're better off with a custom build that will give you same/better specs at a lower price.
>I quite like it.
>/a/ has really shit fashion sense in general
Well of course. It's not like we (most of us anyway) devote our entire lives to anime no matter how much we love it.
Come to think of it a lot of the best threads we have are the ones that go way off topic.
We can have civil discussions about anything other than anime.
The most conservative one.
>jacket sold out in 5 hours right before you grabbed it
This is how one writes a troll post. It includes vague implications that the writer knows what they are talking about. It's also condescending while meeting the bare requirements to look like argumentation. Best of all, it's indistinguishable from a real idiot making the same post.
Too bad most of the “non-otaku” goods are just some stylish clothes with some details or logos vaguely reminding about anime. No one works with authors to make something everyone would WANT TO BUY NOW.
>mr. jeans and t-shirt.
How am I trolling? You're fucking retarded, the two grey jumpers those anons posted do look nasty as hell and I wouldn't buy them. I see that shit all the time in stores like Primark for a tenner, they're nasty and feel even worse. How people can buy them boggles my mind.
I had the misfortune to wander around a the rich people district in Chicago and visted one of those designer brand stores. People can talk about designer bags having better quality and whatnot, but one I sampled had one of the worst zippers I've ever dealt with and actually got stuck. If 1000 dollarydoos won't fix zippers, why even bother.
Wacky Adventures With Yohji-senpai anime when?
Oh, so you really ARE an idiot. Nobody would fucking buy that sweater for 800 dollars without first examining the thing itself. You don't know how it feels and you don't know how it fits because you're fucking looking at a picture. You wouldn't know anything about those 20-30 dollar sweaters if /a/nons hadn't been posting the price. Face it, you're a poseur.
We've an Apple fanboy here.
OSX is an inferior bastardized UNIX.
You probably don't even use the features that make UNIX good.
If you're not using those features, you're better off with Windows so you can play games other than BOLO.
Also, the cost:benefit ratio is too damn high. Better off getting a cheaper PC and installing a free UNIX or Linux distribution.
Did you even read my first post? I basically said that I'd buy it if it wasn't so expensive.
>That sweater looks like something a grandmother knit and a kid is embarrassingly forced to wear in a special christmas sitcom episode.
Cool opinions dude, I bet you think pic related looks like something a grandmother would wear too.
It doesn't in any of them. The point is its supposed to be a slim athletic fit and it doesn't do that. It's baggy. They probably zoomed on his face because he looks like a funny goober.
Not him but you wouldn't want to buy anything that last 10+ years either, your taste changes and if your looking for social shit, to wear the same thing for ten years isn't going to work.
>We've an Apple fanboy here.
I'm not, my main laptop is as Thinkpad X301 with a bare minimal Ubuntu installation for school programming and the likes
And OSX is UNIX whether it's bastardized or not it's still UNIX. The pretty UI on top and the proprietary support is just icing on top.
And I prefer a UNIX environment since I'm doing a lot of C coding and I'm an Emacs fanboy.
>Better off getting a cheaper PC and installing a free UNIX or Linux distribution
That's exactly what I'm doing, I have a 100 dollar laptop with linux on it. But to get a decent battery life/weight ratio on a laptop you have to look into the premium market usually. I'm willing to sacrifice performance for it.
Calm down anti-apple drones, I don't even own a macbook and I probably won't unless Lenovo really fucks up next iteration.
>great fucking jacket costs $200
>will last your entire lifetime and your kid's entire lifetime too
>[BRAND] jacket is the same jacket but with some straps around the sleeves or shoulders and a red stripe here and there
>$4,000 25% off sale
>dissolves in the rain
You gotta remember with clothing there is a difference between paying for quality and paying for brand name. Never forget, never be fleeced.
'Grandma chic' is always been in.
>I quite like it. 8/10 would cop but I'm a poorfag.
Literally not what you said.
Also, most /fa/ shit like that will go out of style and you'll have to wait another 2 decades before it comes back. And yeah, that's precisely the sort of stuff that they sell in retro shops using vintage 50s clothing. It's exactly what your grandma wears. Dumbass.
>expect parasyte thread
>it's a /fa/ thread
disappointed but not suprised
>your taste changes and if your looking for social shit, to wear the same thing for ten years isn't going to work.
What about something like an LBD? If you buy a good one they're classic and do last for quite a long time, if you treat it right.
You guys don't even know what you're talking about, unless you only make ~500 liners programs or have two or three times the human brain capacity and a shiton of time you don't use that for programming.
I switch back and forth a lot actually. Ubuntu is just convenient sometimes just because of wider support in general.
I prefer vi.
You can burn in hell
I don't even know what you're trying to say. Are you trying to say I can't program large programs on linux? What?
I was wandering around a mall around christmas time and in one of the shops I saw mannequins with these really form fitting jackets. Looking at the back you could see that they were held in place using safety pins to conform to the mannequin, and the mannequin had a pretty much impossible torso to chest ratio to begin with. Nobody would look good in that shit.
You just don't understand fashion.
It mightn't be what I said but it's what I meant. I do like it but personally it is far too expensive.
Anyway I do buy a lot of my stuff in vintage clothes shop, and I do have jumpers which my grandmother wore years ago. They're still stylish.
>that will go out of style
There's a difference between a fashionable piece and a timeless piece, if that makes sense. Fashionable pieces are seasonal-appropriate shit, but if you buy a good jacket, skirt, shirt, LBD, whatever it can last you years.
>is it supposed to be moe?
It's moe to the wearer and to those who are fond of that style.
Everything already said in answer to this is true, plus Japanese people seem to be more comfortable in general with spending a lot of money on their clothes. They buy nicer things, and spend more on each item, but choose carefully and have smaller wardrobes in general than westerners. It makes sense if you take into consideration how status conscious they are, and how small their living spaces tend to be. The American-style fast fashion model wouldn't work as well there. Frankly I think their method makes more sense in general. I'd rather have a few high quality items than a horde of cheap crap that wears out after a few washes.
KanaHana can just afford to have the best of both worlds and have a lot of nice clothes. Plus she was probably paid to wear that sweater for the shoot by Sacai.
No, 50s clothing came back in style, and only for a niche group of people. It's not High Street, Street, or even catwalk fashion. People have been wearing it for a long time, but for more than 4 decades it wasn't stylish people. I'd argue it still isn't now.
>Depends on the company but yeah most are in the .NET camp. But it's fucking perfect for my personal projects and school projects.
>running on windoze serv-err
Hipster, you came to the wrong thread AND have no idea what you are talking about.
I think Yukari Tamura is one of the richest, or certainly the most well paid.
I was merely pointing out that displays are not representative of how it will look on people. Caveat emptor especially if you purchase shit from Asia online. You're best bet is always to go to a store and see if something is what you really want.
Also that clothes really don't fit on people that way.
>No, 50s clothing came back in style,
>only for a niche group of people.
>literally every high street store currently filled with '50s fashion
>I'd argue it still isn't now.
Well, we'll agree to disagree.
Add to those shitty floral patterns the latest male fashion. I swear to god I hope I don't get to see shit like this on the street again next year or I will move to the south pole. Pic related, still in Italy
You act like that's just the japanese, you do realize most middle class-upper class people tend to do the same? Only people with no brain buy dirt cheap clothes without checking the quality. Fucking weaboos man.
Why are they using a porn star to model their clothes?
Isn't this the girl who takes loads in her eyes?
>mfw I got them for free because I was in the Bundeswehr
Of course. It's just a more widely followed practice in Japan. Even poor people there seem to have relatively expensive clothes a lot of the time. It's not only a Japanese thing, it just seems the average Jap is more likely to be smart about buying clothes.
>not wanting to wear loose-fitting hawaiian shirts all day
Do you in all honesty consider 620 euro sweater an expensive item? Damn, my sneakers cost around $2k and I want to buy even more expensive ones.
By the way, price doesn't mean shit, so don't use it as a criteria.
My mom worked at a place which makes some clothes for different brands, including the fucking $800 versace T-shirts. alongside some plain local clothes for local markets - there is no difference in the way they are made whatsoever. Sure the big brand ones may use somewhat better material but that may be like additional $5 to $10 per item tops.
I'm pretty sure street fashion still like printed t-shirts and pays oodles of money for high end ones. Of course, not all printed tees are high end, but I hate most of them anyway.
I was dressed for business so I assume everyone thought I was just looking for a gift. Besides, I don't think it broke, I think it just sucked.
Sacai is cheaper in japan
looks terrible, and you pay for quality materials and construction
also radio eva and ultra-violence although I think ultra-violence is high quality
better materials and construction can mean you dont have to replace the item
most people dont have suits, most people with suits dont have suits worth 2k, let alone 1k, 80k/year is still poormode
except Hedi Slimane is a man (the name is pronounced "eddy" since its french) and Paul Harnden is an even better example since it has less name recognition and even better quality for similar money
except margiela gats dont look normal, and they're built well
apple is just another luxury brand, they make the nicest thing, so it costs the most money. Alienware is a niche not a luxury so its a bit different, most gaming stuff is like that (see razer) You're right that more $=!more quality, but if you aren't retarded then you shouldn't have much of a problem getting the most for your money
Bullshit, the macbooks are top tier in every regard, and they cost basically the same as other top tier laptops. Its really staggering how good a value they are compared to historical apple shenanigans
the stuff that aren't collaborations are pretty mediocre quality, typical h&m/gap tier, but stuff like>>115702478 is bound to be just as good as the collaborator's normal quality
I wish I could have bought the white shirt with the blue placket
Like anything else, you can't just look at the price tag, there will always be companies like razer, audi, jaguar, and yesstyle pushing bad quality at high prices
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like holy shit mother of all bad outfits
What's wrong with print shirts? I wear them over half the time.
Pic related is probably my favorite.
But anon it's not really hawaiian, it's the hipster version. Here I found a shitty site about it
It says women started wearing it too but here in Italy I see only males doing it.
I've seen plenty of japanese people in pictures dressed like shit just like anywhere else in the world. Japan isn't some haven of good taste.
You're probably just not very good with judging age, she actually looks a lot older than she is even in her teens. Right now she looks like she's in her late 30s to early 40s which is really depressing.
You got the real Bundeswehr ones for free, which can be had for about $30.00 on ebay, or less. It's the Maison Martin Margiela replicas that cost the big bucks. They are all luxed out with nicer leather, more suede accents, better stitching and comfier lining.
Not saying the surplus ones don't look almost as good for a fraction of the price, (I wear them a lot myself,) but the MMM ones are more expensive for a reason.
Compared to the US, barring MAYBE nyc, and most of Europe, barring maybe Paris and London, yes it is.
Of course there are people there who dress like shit, morons are always so absolutist. On the whole, statistically, the average Japanese spends more on clothes and dresses better than the average Westerner. ask any westerner who has lived in Japan, or anyone who cares about fashion and they will say the same.
I'm not some Jap worshipper, but in this one department, they tend to have a leg up on the round-eye.
That's actually not a big deal in japan. Since land over there is pretty scarce they can't sink their money into owning big ass houses. That's why they spend their money on expensive as clothes, cars, electronics, and pretty much anything else. They can't show off their wealth with houses so they show it in other ways.
Most people over there have shitty kei cars or those obnoxious nip vans though. Proper JDM cars are not that common and rich nips buy mostly euro luxury cars because having the wheel at the correct place makes them look like they have a rarer car.
I'd love to see those statistics. Also you really have no clue about modern cities if you think only NY or that europe on the whole are fashion savvy.
http://www bls gov/opub/focus/volume2_number16/cex_2_16.htm
She's probably had the biggest roles in the last 5 years more than anyone, Mostly the MC or love interest.
Oh fuck you dude. If you are so dead set on arguing that the Japanese are not generally more fashion conscious than westerners, or that NY, Paris, and London (and Tokyo,) are not drastically more fashionable on the whole than most other cities then you either don't into fashion and have no idea what you are talking about, or you are trolling.
Anyway this is off-topic at this point and not worth getting a 3-day ban over so I'm done. I bet you dress like shit.
I dress fine thanks, I just think it's funny how weaboos try to make claims about Japan all the time on this board when shit like clothing is the same everywhere in the world. Of course you'll see great fits at fashion capitals but it's the same outside them everywhere else especially in 2014.
Who cares what she wears?She voiced best girl
Center guy's fly is open.
I would really like that sort of fancy fashion bullshit to burn in hell with anyone involved.
It just feels wrong, in a "how the fuck did humanity end up like this" kind of way.
What else did you expect from Kanie-sama himself but a bold and daring move that rakes in dem dollas by the truckload? Nigga probably made racks and racks of stacks on that collab.
Truly the master ruseman.
There is only one acceptable fashion on /a/. Ronnie is the hero we need but don't deserve.
>willing to sacrifice performance for a lighter laptop with an absurd pricetag
This is your new generation of CompSci students. Fuckers probably don't even know whats vomit-inducing about >>115701813
>I don't think the proper way makes sense, I'm going to do it the wrong way, then claim I'm correct over the entire history of the language itself!
>no early Jun
No, Marina LEANT her clothes. Hanakana was wearing a signature tacky sweater, but it also had the word "HOTEL" on it (pic related), and if you know Japan you should realize why they thought it might be a bit awkward to wear on stage.
>Is KanaHana the richest seiyu alive?
Data gathered from a quick google search says no
Even if you narrow it down to people who only voice act most of the main simpsons cast is worth 50-70 million each
Lately I'm huge into Kapital's shit. Even ordered some kakishibu and experimented with coating jeans and heavy canvas outerwear with it. Shit's awesome.
Also Trove is the shit. 45rpm is ok, especially the knitwear from some of their earlier Umi collections.
Jap comfycore is where it's at.
>Complaining about plebs while posting Rei wearing fucking Givenchy
I don't even know if Nana would be at the top end compared to the older ones that started their own agencies and shit, assuming they're successful.
I mean the amount of money Tomokazu Seki actually gets from a job must be massive compared to say, the nobody rookies that work for him.
>pleb unable to appreciate vintage fits
I am Californian, and my wardrobe consists of: sandals, jogging shorts, and a t-shirt; or whatever were discount shoes, cargo shorts of a uniform color, and a light collard shirt with a pocket.
Utilitarian as fuck give the heat, because it is too hot to dress like dean kamen.
All you morons wasting money you could have put toward solsr power supplies or gas-efficient modifications to your vehicles: BTFO!