Readings & Meanings:
Spring is the season when you change your clothing.
After the clothes-changing day, female students change to sailor-suits instead of black, long-sleeved sailor-suits.
This season, the proceeds from clothing goods have not been good.
Careful readers may recognize 衣 from our post on 浴. Put them together, and you get 浴衣, using an unusual pronunciation for both kanji.
To remember this kanji, think of the folds of a kimono. Because 衣 alone gives Japanese people the connotation of old clothing, kimonos, etc. So think of the kanji's lines as folds in a kimono.