Good evening. This is Ikeda.
The wind has been blowing quite strongly lately, and I'm starting to feel a little hopeful that maybe we're on the cusp of a change in season.
However, contrary to such dim expectations, as a bicycle rider, it is unnecessary and tiring.
Not only is it difficult to paddle, but you also have to avoid areas where the grass on the sidewalks is not pruned because the wind blows the grass.
If you do that, you will also be afraid of cars, which is not a good thing.
I want you to prune it properly.
When you feel that the seasons are changing, you can't help but want things.
However, I try to restrain myself from buying things when it's on season, so I have to hold back somehow.
Still, I want what I want, and I'm sorry if I end up going in the direction of buying it.
Of course I'll hold back.
I want to live a life where I don't have to worry about other people's opinions.While I'm thinking about how arrogant I want to be, today I'd like to introduce YASHIKI's Honami Knit.
The first piece has a picture of it dancing, and it looks like it's going to be a storm.
First of all, the overall image is "Honami".
A breeze blows through the ears of rice that are all over the rice field.
There is a certain elegance to the rice fields before they are harvested.
I may not be saying this as someone who just watches it on TV.
It is said that the rice fields are covered with rice, and this image represents the ears of rice whose heads have begun to droop before harvest.
What is shown is the center of the body and the sleeves.
This area has a rounded cable knit pattern, representing a fully ripened ear of rice.
I think this cable knit gives it a three-dimensional feel, giving it a very adorable look.
Although it is a personal experience, I feel that the three-dimensional effect is stronger than usual.
Since the tree has a strong three-dimensional appearance, you can rest assured that the tree has grown well and had a rich harvest.
The rice fields have ripened and become a golden carpet.
The wind blowing through the golden carpet is depicted on the side of the body.
Here, several types of knitted fabrics are used vertically to create an image of the breeze blowing through a rice field.
Of course, it's knitted, so it's three-dimensional, but it's not as sharp as the center of the body or the sleeves, so you get a sharp, wind-like impression.
However, it is not a strong wind, but rather a gentle breeze that could be described as a gentle breeze.
The gentle wind blows the golden ears of rice, and just hearing it makes a scene come to mind.
The fabric used there is 100% cotton, which is safe and stable.
Since this is a fall/winter item, it is a little thicker than spring/summer items, so I think it will keep you warm not only in fall but also in winter.
I think it's thick enough that I can wear it until spring arrives.
This also uses plating knitting, which uses threads of different colors on the front and back sides, which is safe and stable.
Because the knitted fabric has a strong three-dimensional feel, you may get the impression that the plating knitting stands out more.
We have selected two colors: MUSTARD and GREEN.
At MUSTARD, you can feel the golden carpet of ripe rice ears.
GREEN is bearing fruit, but I want to keep an eye on it as it grows until it reaches the golden carpet.
It might be a good idea to choose which scene you find more appealing.
In any case, it's probably two colors that you'll have a hard time deciding between.
Even if you don't get upset about other opinions, I wonder if you'll give me the opinion that it's okay if you end up getting upset over materialistic desires.
Don't miss YASHIKI's Honami Knit, which expresses ears of rice fluttering in the wind and will make you sway with desire.