Good evening. This is Ikeda.
Yesterday, my nephews on my brother's side went to dreamland.
The Ikeda family has been to dreamland twice this month, which is the height of luxury.
As a result, I'm the only one who hasn't been able to go at all, but that doesn't mean my family relationship is bad at all; in fact, it's good.
Although we are a family with a lot of stress.
You have absolutely no interest in the Ikeda family.
Just like that, it's almost the end of May, and the forecast is for nothing but rain this week.
It's depressing to see the weather forecast for a week full of rain.
Will we continue into the rainy season?
However, I have heard good news that this year's rainy season may be short, so visibility may be good in the future.
Also, there is some good news in June.
While thinking about what is most important for maintaining good human relationships, today I would like to introduce SAYATOMO's 2-Tack Denim Pants.
I thought I had already written about it, but I didn't write about any SAYATOMO items.
I completely forgot.
We hope that the good relationship with SAYATOMO items will never end.
The design of SAYATOMO has been updated since 22AW, but I think there are some people who don't know about it, so I'll explain it first.
Previously, there were Karusan, Mukabaki, etc., but since the update, it has basically become 2-Tack 〇〇.
This is because the belt part and side buckle specifications are the same for each of the three types.
Of course, the fabrics used and the silhouettes are different.
First of all, regarding the belt part, there is a pintuck, which represents the brand's iconic obi.
The buckles are attached to both sides, and in addition to being adjustable in size, they also have elastic for an easy design.
The easy specifications are the same as before, but the adjustment has been updated from strings to buckles.
As mentioned above, this part has the same specifications for all 3 types.
As you can tell from the item name, 5-pocket denim pants are also joining the lineup this season.
The denim fabric is 12oz, and I think it has a nice texture, not too thick or too thin.
Is it safe to say that you can wear it all year round?
The fabric has been washed, so I think it has a nice rough feel to it.
In addition to not being that thick, it's also soft, so I think it's easy to wear.
There are three colors, and from my experience, Off-white is probably the softest.
This does not mean that Indigo-blue and Back are harder, but rather that they are compared.
When it comes to denim, it tends to give off a casual impression, but SAYATOMO's sense of balance can be seen here.
As mentioned above, don't you think that the raised waist part and the buckle give it a trousers-like feel?
I think they maintain a very good balance between the casualness of denim and the elegance of trousers.
I feel that this good balance makes it easier to match with various styles than old denim.
Regarding the size, it has room around the waist and has a thick straight silhouette.
Even though it has a thick silhouette, it doesn't look unrefined, thanks to the good balance mentioned above.
However, one thing to note is that these 2-Tack Denim Pants are designed to be slightly larger than other SAYATOMO items.
If you purchased size 2 in 22AW, size 1 may be fine.
Just be careful about that.
I just hope that the world situation will follow the example of 2-Tack Denim Pants and build good relationships.
Check out SAYATOMO's 2-Tack Denim Pants, which have a good balance and will help you maintain good relationships.