Good evening. This is Ikeda.
For some reason, my body feels stiff and stiff.
I just had a bad night's sleep, and my neck, shoulders, and shoulder blades are all sore.
I want to know the cause, whether it's because I'm sleeping poorly, or whether the futon or pillows aren't right.
I did some research and found that lying on your stomach and side is more likely to cause stiff shoulders.
This is probably the cause.
I decided to solve it by myself, so let's cut to the chase.
Satoyuki KnitSato and yuki Cardigan are on sale starting today.
I want it too much.
I guess I can just say that and end it.
I can't finish it though.
Will items using gas-fired Supima extra-long cotton be available from 21AW? It's been going on and on, but I'm embarrassed to say I haven't bought it yet.
Of course I knew it was really good, but for some reason I didn't buy it...
I don't even know what that means, but I can't help it now.
To be honest, just by appearance, it's pretty normal.
However, the fabric is extremely good, so I think it's an item that can truly be called Simple is Best.
I don't know if it's better to add the.
Image source before fabric.
It imagines a quiet night where there is no sound and the snow continues to fall.
The base is made of jersey stitching with a glossy texture, and the simple finish expresses a quiet and quiet night.
The previous season also featured a ``moonlit night'', so I personally think it's very fitting that ``night'' becomes the image source.
As for the fabric, I mentioned it briefly above, but Satoyuki uses gas-fired Supima extra-long cotton.
Supima extra long cotton itself is a very flexible fiber, and it goes without saying that it is of high quality.
The Supima extra-long cotton is gas-fired to remove fuzz, resulting in a glossy thread.
Supima super long cotton is supple and soft, but it is also characterized by high elasticity and strength.
Therefore, although it is a thin fabric, it is tightly knitted.
It's hard to convey in the image, but the shiny fabric gives a very elegant impression.
YASHIKI sells many items using cotton, but Satoyuki's items are simpler and of higher quality.
Available in two colors: Camel and Off-black.
Off-black has a grayish color that looks like it was dyed with charcoal.
The Satoyuki Knit has shoulder buttons, and those who know early YASHIKI may feel nostalgic.
The oldest LOOK I own is 16AW, and YASHIKI's brand website lists up to 16SS, so it's probably been 6 or 7 years.
Sorry if I overlooked it.
I'm really curious as to why I didn't buy it before.
Honestly, I'm really excited to buy it this time.
However, as I may have written before, I don't want to buy it right away because I want as many people as possible to get their hands on it.
I don't order it as an individual order.
So, I'm having fun thinking about which one is better.
If you don't want me to take it, please come and see it.
I just hope you don't regret it like I did and wonder why you didn't buy it.