Good evening. This is Ikeda.
Am I the only one who doesn't find so-called flattering photos appealing?
Ever since the word "looks good" came into existence, images that aim to look good are now scattered everywhere.
Since such words and images have been featured in various media, it feels strange to go to the trouble of spending money to make them look good.
As long as it doesn't become a nuisance, like not being able to finish a huge menu, it's up to each individual, so I'm not opposed to it.
I can't help but feel old-fashioned because I can't relate to that way of enjoying it, but even if that's the case, I don't mind it at all.
I'm not good at looking good, so I'm not good at appearing in photos in the first place.
I've always been bad at it since I was little.
Nowadays, I have started taking photos and posting them for Instagram, but up until then, I had mostly just looked at them.
After all, it doesn't look good in photos.
That's why most of my Instagram posts are taken looking down or to the side.
I would like to know how I can make it look better.
I wonder if the image quality could be improved?
That's a problem.
Today, I would like to introduce YASHIKI's Sakurakage Knit, keeping in mind that I need to avoid looking worried.
Items that don't "stand out", but "reflect".
This is easy to understand even in English, but the overall image source is "Sakura Kage".
In reality, the cherry blossoms are already covered in green leaves, so it might be better to enter YASHIKI's world instead of reality.
People might think I'm a strange person, but it's just an image, so there's nothing wrong with that.
Even though it is called ``Sakura Kage,'' it does not mean that it is an image of a scene reflected on the ground.
Here, we are imagining a scene where the shadows of cherry blossom trees in full bloom are reflected in the inner moat of Kanazawa Castle Park.
It is possible that the image is not Uchibori, but if that is the case, I apologize.
The part that represents the inner moat where the shadow of the cherry blossoms is reflected is on the side of the body.
Small squares and diagonal lines are expressed by knitting.
The square parts represent cherry blossom petals, the diagonal lines represent branches with petals, and the dots that follow the diagonal lines create an ambiguous shadow-like atmosphere.
This is a personal image, so I'm not sure if it's true or false, but that's how I felt.
Whether that's the case or not, it's still as good as ever.
The center of the body, which is sandwiched between the left and right inner moats, is finely lined with alternating diagonal squares.
What is represented is a stone wall.
This part may be easier to visualize.
Does the area between the cherry blossom shade area and the stone wall area represent a row of cherry blossom trees?
Maybe I'm wrong, but I feel like the fact that there's still space left for me to imagine makes me feel attached to it.
The fabric used is 100% cotton.
It's not thick, and the fabric feels thin and light, so I think it's easy to wear even in hot weather.
Of course, it's thicker than a T-shirt, but is it rude to say that?
As for the size, it has a moderately loose silhouette and is about 5 or 6 minutes long.
The fabric is thin and the size is not too big, so I think it would be easy to wear as an inner layer.
Three colors are selected : Citron-yellow, Smoky-blue, and Navy.
All three colors use plating knitting, resulting in a color that gives you a sense of depth.
Citron-yellow has a nice color that isn't too bold, Smoky-blue has a nice smoky color, and navy is easy to match.
Honestly, you can't go wrong no matter which one you choose.
You are saying that you have no ex or children.
I find myself holding out hope that if I wear it, I might look better in photos.
Regardless of whether it looks good in photos or not, YASHIKI's Sakurakage Knit will make a good impression when you wear it.