Good evening. This is Ikeda.
The other day I had a day off, I did a little organizing of my clothes, but I was wondering how you all organize your clothes.
Since I don't live in a mansion, my closet has its limits, and I'm left wondering what to do with it.
As for clothes, I don't have any unnecessary items, so I don't want to sell them.
You may have no choice but to accept the smaller room and add more racks.
I have a habit of collecting not only clothes, but also other things, so I keep accumulating more and more things.
In fact, when it comes to things other than clothes, if something is said to be unnecessary then it is unnecessary, but if it is not unnecessary then it is not unnecessary.
I feel an inexplicable desire to like something or want something.
I guess there's no other choice but to console her by saying that she's human, so it can't be helped.
I'll leave it at that.
As a greedy person who collects things that are unnecessary and unnecessary, today I would like to introduce Fujimoto's Over dyed Sweat Shirt with AS, which I don't think needs any introduction.
Of course, there is no need to explain, but I will.
At Fujimoto, each season's themes are incorporated into graphics, which are incorporated into sweatshirts and cut-sews.
As already introduced, this season's theme is "Varsika".
A collection created based on Ango Sakaguchi's personality, works, and outlook on life.
The theme "Varsika" is enshrined on the left chest.
"Varsika" is an ancient Indian Sanskrit word for "Ango", which is the origin of the pen name, and it gives off an irresistible atmosphere of secrecy.
When people around you ask you to explain the meaning, it is up to you to decide whether to explain it thoroughly or to say that no explanation is necessary.
And a graphic with a theme on the back.
I feel like this needs no explanation.
It's just plain cool, and that's about all I can say about it.
It's starting to feel uncouth to wonder what the meaning is.
The English accompanying the graphics can be understood by translating it, so if you are interested, please look it up.
No, it's too good.
The fabric used there is 100% cotton.
If that were all there was to it, it wouldn't be any different from a regular sweatshirt, but of course there's more to it than that.
First, the product is dyed, then graphics are printed, and then it is washed.
As I will explain later, this worn-in faded look is very nice.
Also, the size is good.
Even a size 2 has a loose silhouette that completely covers your hands.
It's so much so that I wonder if it's because I've been wearing it too much and it's stretched out.
The relaxed atmosphere is completely different from the relaxed one, and it's irresistible.
Finally, we selected two colors: Red and Black.
Some people may find red difficult to wear, but the color is not too saturated and has a slightly dull color, so I think you can wear it without hesitation.
Black has a very attractive faded look that makes it look like it has been worn.
I'm having a hard time deciding whether to choose red for a punk feel or black for a worn look.
I want to wear this sweatshirt and go find something that I want even if no one tells me I don't need it.
Fujimoto's Over dyed Sweat Shirt with AS will remind you that sometimes it's hard to explain.