Good evening. This is Ikeda.
I may have written about this before, but I think I'll be able to give you some good news this weekend.
It may not be a happy event for everyone, but I hope that I can do something that will make everyone happy as well.
I think I'll write about it again on Instagram, etc., but due to a certain fate, the story progressed smoothly from there, and we were able to arrive at that happy event.
I don't want people to be disappointed because their expectations are too high, so I'd appreciate it if you could just say something like, ``I'm saying something.''
I was wondering, how do you all take care of your skin?
I had no interest in it at all, so I only used lotions that could be bought at pharmacies.
Nowadays, even men are wearing makeup, so many of them may be particular about their skin care.
Even though I wasn't interested, I discovered euer and have been using it for about a month now, and I feel like my skin is smoother than before.
It's more expensive than the ones you buy at the pharmacy, but I feel like I should have looked into it sooner since it was so different.
I'm trying to maintain smooth skin as I approach my 30s.
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Today we would like to introduce INNAT's BASQUE TEE while conveying the feeling of use and promoting the smooth flow of the product .
It's a smooth item, so I wish I could explain it in a smooth manner.
What comes to mind when you look at Basque T-shirts is the feel of a dense, stiff fabric.
Although the reason for this is that it makes it difficult for air to pass through, cut-and-sew clothes don't need that much functionality in everyday life.
I think that Basque T-shirts are available from various brands, but although they are not as hard as the ones mentioned above, I think that most of them are finished with a fabric that has a certain degree of stiffness.
It might just be my imagination, but for that reason, I've been walking around without touching Basque T-shirts.
I also couldn't get rid of the image that I looked childish.
Even though I had such a selfish fantasy, I found INNAT's Basque T-shirt extremely attractive.
After all, it has a very smooth and soft texture that makes it hard to believe that it is a basque T-shirt.
I'm now thinking that I don't even know if it's okay to call it Basque T.
If the definition is that it has windproof properties that would be worn by fishermen or the navy.
There's no point in saying that, so I'll continue.
This may just be my own imagination, but I also think that the designer, Mr. Tani, didn't really like the stiff feel of the Basque T-shirt.
I'm not sure if this is true or not, but he thought it would be possible to create a smooth, soft fabric that was the exact opposite of that hard texture.
As a result, by using non-twisted yarn, we were able to create an original fabric that is smooth, soft, and pleasant to the touch.
As you can tell by actually touching it, it has a texture that makes you wonder if it's really 100% cotton.
You will become addicted to this smoothness.
We use these fabrics to create long sleeve (LS) and sleeveless (NS) basque T-shirts.
First of all, it's the LS, and the sleeve length is about 7-8 minutes long, so you can see your wrists, so I think it's designed so it doesn't give the impression of being heavy.
Some people may find it impossible to wear it in the middle of summer, but I think it's a garment that can be worn almost all year round.
The silhouette is loose and relaxed, but it's never too big, giving it a good balance.
Personally, I think that if an item with a border is too loose, it will look worn, so I feel that this size is just right.
The length is slightly longer, but the hem is slightly different at the front and back, and has a slit.
Grosgrain tape is attached to the back of this slit, giving the impression that you can almost hear Tani's small claims.
In addition, there are small gussets on the left and right sides of the collar.
I feel that without this gore, it would give off too much of a missing atmosphere, so I guess it's because he has the presence of a great supporting character.
In addition, grosgrain tape is also attached to the back neckline, which pinches the gusset to create a three-dimensional look and prevent the collar from falling off.
As for the other NS, the base is INNAT's standard SS TEE.
Its distinctive features include elements found in second-hand underwear, such as the knitted ribs on the neckline and the exposed locks on the hem.
What I personally like is the ribbed neckline mentioned above.
This knitted rib is set to be slightly thicker, and the joint from the shoulder line to the neck creates a tight fit at the neck.
Some people may not like neck congestion, but I feel like it creates an atmosphere that doesn't look too sloppy.
Of course, each person feels it differently.
As I write this, I'm starting to wonder if NS can really be called Basque T, even though LS is fine.
The smooth and soft fabric allows air to pass through, the neck is tight so it's not easy to take off, and the only element of the Basque T is the border.
I don't know if there is a solid definition, and I don't know what you want to call it.
Finally, there are two colors available: Natural and Black.
In comparison, Natural feels more adorable.
I think Black has a good balance and is not too heavy, unlike solid colors.
Your style will likely change considerably depending on which color you choose as your main color.
Were you able to provide a smooth explanation?
I'm sure it hasn't been done yet.
Check out INNAT's BASQUE TEE items that will comfort you with a smooth tone even when you can't give a smooth explanation.