Entire clothing lines making winter clothes for dæmons; snake scarves and macaw hats and raccoon mittens. Specially-made clothes that have Christmas or Hanukkah symbols.
Harry Potter merchandise. Imagine an entire store in Harry Potter world totally for dæmons: tigers and owls with Ravenclaw scarves, Gryffindor snow leopards and Slytherin falcons and Hufflepuff badgers or sun bears.
Graduation caps for dæmons; corsages or something similar for brides’ and grooms’ dæmons. Some variation on engagement rings?
Jewellery and nice scarves for fancy occasions. In this case, people would probably choose their outfit so that it nicely accents their dæmons.
Traditional clothes, too, though. Crowns for monarchs’ dæmons. Coronation wear, with just as much pomp and shine as their person’s outfit.
Bluetooth headsets so that dæmons can listen to the same music as their people!
Analysis by the staff! The level of their intimacy through the eyes of Director Hiroshi Watanabe: Finland & Sweden
Su-san almost doesn’t speak at all, but these two are really nice people, and I feel really comforted when I draw them. Although the accents of the Nordics are very strong, I am really glad that the voice actors kind of improvised on them. Also, Iceland’s lopapeysa is cute, isn’t it? I wanted to include the scene where the dry cleaner brought a handful of lopapeysa back to him, but I wasn’t able to this time. It’s really a shame.