Oversized Clothing Never Ends with AJOBYAJO

During our years of avocation with the Korean fashion industry, the most common misconception we come across is that Korean fashion brands only produce small sizes. If you agree with this presumption, walking down the street of Garosu-gil might just be enough to prove you wrong as you will notice Korean fashion enthusiasts’ love for oversized clothing. A simple scroll through Korea’s most noticeable fashion bloggers’ Instagram profiles will provide the same results.

And that’s exactly where AJOBYAJO comes in. Founded by Kim Se-Hyung after graduating from Kookmin University in 2015, the Seoul-based contemporary streetwear label stands out for its peculiar aesthetics, bold messages touching delicate social matters in their collections, and of course, oversized clothing. In await of SeHyung’s and his team’s new collection, we dug into their website to present you 5 oversized pieces we love and are available to buy right now on their web store.

AJOBYAJO SS19 Oversized Signature Logo Tee

₩68,000 (approx. £45 / €50 / $60)

AJOBYAJO FW19 Oversized Slogan Wool Knit Sweater

₩188,000 (approx. £78 / €85 / $100)

AJOBYAJO FW19 Mixed Fabrics Oversized Sweatshirt

₩116,000 (approx. £76 / €84 / $99)

AJOBYAJO FW19 Oversized Fisherman Shirt

₩110,600 (approx. £103 / €115 / $135)

AJOBYAJO FW19 Washed Denim Oversized Pants

₩138,000 (approx. £90 / €100 / $118)

What do you think about oversized clothes? Do you find them easy to style with your current wardrobe? Let us know in the comments! and stay tuned because AJO’s Fall/Winter 20 collection is just around the corner!, dubbed “Your Mistake Is My Future“.

At this point, I would like to take a minute of your time to express my gratitude to the late Max Rawling. He is the one who introduced me to the world of Korean fashion and gave me the chance to meet like-minded people. Thank you, Max, you will never be forgotten!

Dimitris Gkinis
Hi! I'm Dimitris, KOBOO's first writer from Greece. My interest in Korean fashion started back in 2018 after being introduced to it by my friend @maxrawling. My favourite Korean brands are AJOBYAJO because of their uniquely proportioned clothes and FLAT APARTMENT because of their modern, yet traditional approach to footwear design.