Good evening. This is Ikeda.
Lately, the temperature has been on the verge of summer.
However, I have to wear several layers when I think about going home at night, and I get a little sweaty when commuting by bicycle in the afternoon.
This season is difficult to coordinate with clothes.
If it's going to be warm, I want it to stay warm at night as well.
The temperature is now perfect for such spring/summer items, but I'm feeling a little nervous because I never stopped buying clothes even when deliveries started for that season until I became independent.
Up until now, my lifestyle has been to read up on delivery information and go buy it as soon as it goes on sale.
At that time, I felt happy and happy because I was able to buy the item I wanted, but of course my financial situation was far from rich.
I didn't think about financial wealth at all.
Now I have to wait until it's on season.
My heart is rich, but my material desires are stimulating me and I'm feeling restless these days.
Since we're talking about materialistic desires again, I'm fantasizing that it might just be satellite greed (yoke), but today I'd like to introduce Fujimoto's rich Over Dyed Muslin Jersey Top.
What makes it rich?
As the item name suggests, the design is based on a muslin top, which is a punk fashion item.
I don't know much about punk, so I don't know much about it, but so-called muslin tops are designed with long sleeves that can be folded and fastened with a D-ring. (I'm sorry if I'm wrong.)
Fujimoto maintains the same length sleeves, but instead of using D-rings, they fasten with buttons.
As for whether Ango Sakaguchi, who is also the concept of this season, was doing punk, I don't think he was.
Rather than being directly related to punk, it may be more accurate to say that the image of punk was tied to Ango Sakaguchi, his humanity, and his way of life.
It's true that when you read Ango Sakaguchi's works, you get the sense that he is a person with some punk elements.
It may not be possible to say that he was successful as a writer and lived a rich life, but that may have led to him becoming more like Ango Sakaguchi, a personality similar to that of a punk.
Please note that this is completely my idea and I do not have any sources.
The story has gone in all sorts of directions, so I'll go back and say that the sleeves are one of the features, but the most important feature is the shoulders.
I think this design is a specification not found in Muslin tops, but I apologize if I'm wrong here as well.
It has 5 buttons on each side, and can be worn in various ways by opening and closing the buttons.
If the buttons are fastened, it's a so-called long-sleeve top, and if you open the buttons and let the sleeves pass through, you can see the innerwear from the shoulders, and if you open the buttons and put your arms through the open part instead of the sleeves, you can let the sleeves fall loosely. You can tie the sleeves at either the front or the back without letting them fall loose, and this brings richness to your style and style.
This is all I can imagine, but I think there are many more ways to wear it.
Going back to the sleeves, there are also drawcords attached to the sleeves.
Here too, you can enjoy a rich variety of ways to wear it, such as whether you tighten it or not, fold it and tighten it.
It brings too much richness.
Furthermore, this drawcord is hand-knitted by designer Fujimoto himself.
I think one of its charms is that it has elements of punk, but also feels like the warmth of a hand like this.
The fabric used there is 100% cotton and is product dyed.
The fabric is very soft and the thickness is just right, so I think it's easy to wear even when the temperature gets high.
The size is free and has a loose box silhouette.
It is loose-fitting and has long sleeves, so it can be worn by a wide range of people.
You can freely change the silhouette by tying the sleeves, so when you wear it buttoned up, it's a boxy silhouette.
Available in three colors: Off White, Red, and Black.
Off White and Black seem to represent "MAN LIVES, MAN FALLS", and Red represents the strength of punk.
It's very troubling because every color gives me the opposite impression.
It will help you enjoy your own style, your own way of life, and maintain a rich heart.
Fujimoto's Over Dyed Muslin Jersey Top brings richness to your style, how you wear it, and maybe even to your heart.