Good evening. This is Ikeda.
I've been living without eating much bread for the past few years, but what kind of bread is popular these days?
I often hear that the popularity of high-quality bread is cooling down, but the bakery that sold high-quality bread on my way to work had also closed.
I looked on the web and it seems like they've closed quite a few stores this year.
The store on my way to work has only been around for less than a year, and I feel like I've seen the terrifying devil of a fad.
Personally, I like high-quality bread because you can enjoy it without adding anything, and it has a neat appearance, but I feel like it's just a matter of following trends.
I write this like I know it, but I've actually only eaten it a few times.
In any case, we will continue to operate in a leisurely manner, in our own way, to prevent that from happening.
While inputting bread information such as whether croissant rolls and bread swiss are the bread trends this year, today we would like to introduce YASHIKI's Satoyuki Knit, which has a neat look.
Please note that this is a Satoyuki item that has been continuously available since 22AW, so it may be a duplicate of what I wrote in the past.
Since the development has continued since the beginning of AW, the image source is "Satoyuki", which is snowing on a quiet night.
But now it's spring.
It's like the deep blue sky seen between cherry blossoms in full bloom.
Please think about what kind of image suits you.
Although there was a development in 22AW, it does not mean that they use exactly the same fabric.
Since it is designed for spring and summer, the number of threads has been reduced, giving it a thinner texture.
It might be hot on a very hot day, but I think the fabric feels good enough to be worn in a certain amount of heat.
In addition to using Supima extra-long cotton for the fabric, a gas firing process is also added to the fuzz.
By doing this, Supima extra-long cotton, which is already smooth and supple, becomes even more glossy, giving it a neat and classy look.
I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that this fabric has the best feel among all of YASHIKI's cotton items.
There's no definition of good fabric, so it's okay to feel different depending on the fabric.
Although I mentioned above that the fabric is thin, it does not mean that it is a fluffy fabric.
Although it is thin, it is knitted with 12 gauge, so it has a sturdy finish.
I think the high gauge is also a factor in giving it a neat look.
The size is not a bold big silhouette, but it has a moderately loose silhouette.
A bold silhouette would ruin the neat and classy look, so this balance works well.
It's not like I'm looking at it from above.
The colors are Mint-green and Pale-blue.
Both have bright spring-like colors that really bother me.
I personally think that Pale-blue is one step ahead in terms of ease of matching, but what do you think?
I know it's not going to help anyone if I say something like that, but I thought I'd try it.
I wonder if you could kindly explain to me that I work only on my PC and my handwriting is far from neat.
Check out YASHIKI's Satoyuki Knit, which has such a neat expression, a neat heart, and a neat color.