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Eternal Dreamz Has Become a Popular Anime Streetwear Brand in Just a Few Months

According to a statistical research report of 2020, the global anime market size is valued at $23.50-billion. In the coming months, it is likely to grow at a CAGR of around 10%. Though it only constitutes the market size of anime content, if we include the turnover of anime-themed merchandise and other items into it, the figure would go much higher.  

Today, many fashion brands have started designing anime-inspired branded clothes and outfits for both men and women. Eternal Dreamz is the latest player in the market, which has been constantly selling anime-themed fashionable outfits and other items for both men and women.

It has especially focused on supplying quality anime-inspired streetwear, which can not only enhance your boho-cum-adventurous look but also refresh your mind. Eternal Dreamz is committed to offering quality anime-styled streetwear to anime fans worldwide without any compromise on quality and deadline.

Location is no longer a hindrance for anime fans to get their chosen anime-themed outfits. Eternal Dreamz processes the customer’s request and order as soon as it receives the same online. Most of its shipment takes place from the United States or Europe for convenience in its logistical procedure.

Owing to its superfast order processing mechanism within tight deadlines, now anime fans can request for their favorite anime-themed streetwear from any part of the world. The brand boasts of offering a safe and secure mode of payment processing through various methods like using Debit card/ Credit card, PayPal, Apple Pay, or various wallets.

However, the company has had its share of hardship too. When Jeremiah Goedschalk, the founder of Eternal Dreamz, launched his firm he didn’t know it would go so far in no time.

“Looking back, I feel happy and relaxed. I launched the company with great hope. But I never knew that COVID-19 pandemic would interrupt my business. Multiple COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions across Europe and other parts of the world have definitely affected my business but I am fortunate that we are doing better than our competitors. We are relatively stable in the market and online world. With a combined follower of 40,000+ on social media, we get lots of enquiries and fan mails, which show our successful journey from February 2020 to until now.”  Jeremiah explained.

Eternal Dreamz offers a great opportunity to anime fans to display their relentless love for their favorite anime heroes in their daily lives by wearing anime-themed streetwear. Moreover, streetwear looks perfect on weekends while you go for an adventurous trip or hanging out with buddies.  

The brand not just sells anime-themed outfits but also inspires the Gen Z to be bold and courageous. These outfits reflect positivity, hope, aspiration and optimism. These outfits motivate kids and young adults to fight against all odds when it comes to achieving their dreams.

Eternal Dreamz also helps the youth overcome problems like mental anguish, depression and addiction by offering them anime-themed outfits, which signify the elements of courage and resilience in life. You can choose your favorite streetwear with an imprint of your favorite anime superhero like Kuragaru, Akai Inzuma, Seishin and others.

Anime-styled clothes and outfits are here to stay. Recently, anime-themed outfits were also displayed and launched at Paris Runway and other haute coutureevents.

“I’m hopeful anime fashion will touch a new height of prominence in the coming months. As a brand, we are also hopeful that we’ll do better in sales and online promotions this year as the global coronavirus cases are following a downward trend. We are also looking forward to showcasing our new arrivals on our online store. We’ve a lot of surprises in store for anime fans. Stay tuned to our site for more information and details,” Jeremiah Goedschalk concluded.

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