Good evening. This is Ikeda.
On the same day that the HONEYEE.COM article was published, a special feature on that new store was also published.
On the one hand, I couldn't believe it happened on the same day, but on the other hand, I also wondered if the people who saw the special feature might also have read it.
The content of the special feature is of course interesting, but I can't help but feel like I was lost in it.
There's no point in saying anything, but I'd be happy if you could read my article about our store instead of just reading either of them.
I hope you will read the contents of the above-mentioned special feature, but the story about real and digital resonated with me.
While I think digital is convenient and very good, I think it's essential to have a real place where you can actually touch and feel things.
Of course, one is not better or worse than the other, and we need to keep both the real world and the digital online world running on both wheels.
I'm sure you'll get scolded and wonder why you're so arrogant when you don't have much recognition, but this is just my personal opinion.
While thinking about whether it would be better to read it from the special feature or the destination store, today I would like to introduce SAYATOMO's 2-Tack Cotton Nylon Trousers.
Is this an item that doesn't know which one is which?
I don't really understand.
As mentioned in the previous ``good'' section, all three items have the same design around the waist.
The belt part is pin-tucked to represent a obi, and both sides have elastic and buckles to make it easy to adjust the waist.
The carry-out specification is one of the characteristics of trousers.
The fabric used here is a blend of cotton and nylon.
The fabric is a thin and slightly firm cotton nylon dump fabric, and unlike the crunchy 100% nylon fabric, it has a powder-touch texture.
I think the fabric is nice enough that it's not too shiny.
Maybe it's because I used to play soccer, but I don't like 100% nylon items because they have a strong sporty feel to them, but I felt like this fabric would fit in easily.
On the other hand, if you like 100% nylon pants, I think you'll like this item as well.
He has the depth of his heart to listen to both of your requests, not just one of them.
In addition, the hem has a drawcord, so you can change the silhouette by tightening it or not tightening it.
The drawcord will come out long when you squeeze it, so be careful not to step on it or snag it.
It seems like there are a lot of pants with drawcords at the hem this season, but maybe that reflects my personal taste too much.
If you think it can't be helped because it's fun to be able to change the silhouette.
I think it's one of the three items that has a sportier feel, as it uses cotton nylon and has a drawcord at the hem.
However, the waist part and tuck have elements of trousers, and the result is a combination of trousers with sporty elements.
I wonder if either expression is correct: trousers have sublimated into sporty pants, or sporty pants have sublimated into trousers.
There's no problem either way.
As for the silhouette, it's loose, wide, and straight.
Coupled with the light texture of the fabric, it feels like it's filled with air, so I think it will be very useful during hot weather.
Especially if you don't often wear shorts.
It comes in four colors: Mint-green, Olive, Gray, and Black.
Mint-green doesn't have a strong mint feel, and has a light color with a hint of light blue, which is very nice.
Olive is a sporty color with a bit of a military feel to it.
Gray and Black give you a sense of stability.
You may be confused if there are 4 colors, but please think about it while considering the items you already own.
I'm so indecisive that I'm thinking about either mint-green or black, but I can almost hear the devil whispering to me that it's not one or the other, but both.
Check out SAYATOMO's 2-Tack Cotton Nylon Trousers, which have elements of both trousers and sporty pants.