Lopez de Victoria doesn't just want to sell over-the-top sweaters, she has an obsession with them. She realized that she couldn't keep all of the ones she bought, and had collected too many. After years of complements, she decided that she'd start sharing her buys with the internet's consumers. With the freedom of buying for other people, she can purchase great items in sizes different from her own, and shapes for both boy and girls.
In the future, keep an eye out for possibly a pop-up shop, and messy and playful workshops, like how to dye your own clothes. You might even be able to learn how to acid wash your old jean jacket with local music hero Otto Von Schirach. From art to fashion, Lopez de Victoria's playful spirit will continue to attract those in the know.
Prices are listed under the items. Contact Lopez de Victoria if interested in purchasing any Ridiculous Wear goods. Visit ridiculoussweaters.com
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