Good evening. This is Ikeda.
Yesterday and today, the weather was very nice and I feel refreshed.
However, now that November has finally arrived, it's finally getting cooler and I thought I'd be able to fully enjoy my autumn/winter clothes, but it's now so warm that I can wear just one shirt during the day.
However, my priority is the temperature when I get home, so I wear fall clothes that are more winter-oriented.
As expected, I once again realize that I like the layered style.
And regarding the question of what to reread, which I was having trouble with the day before yesterday, Yu Yu Hakusho was selected.
When I think about going to the Togashi exhibition, I want to reread it before I go.
It's been a while since I read it, but I was wondering how long it took for Yusuke to come back to life after he first died.
The pace of development after you think your soul has finally returned is also quite fast.
I just think it's growing too fast.
I think manga is interesting, but today I'd like to introduce the items I purchased that no one seems to be interested in.
I had to hold back as my desire for things continued to rise, but now that November finally arrived, I bought it as promised.
Don't worry, we've selected each one to ensure they won't be sold out.
I wanted something that I could wear now, so I set a standard to avoid outerwear and thick wool items, so it was a surprisingly difficult shopping experience.
I bought one item from each brand, so they are listed in order of brand name.
Let's start with Britt Bolton.
Although I said that I would not sell out, most of Britt Bolton's items are only available in one piece, so it was inevitable that they would sell out.
I chose Meteor Cuff.
I thought about making it a ring, but since my right wrist was lonely, I decided to make it a bracelet or cuff.
I don't have the habit of wearing different accessories every day, and I usually wear the same ones, so I decided on which one would go best with me.
Next time I'll aim for a ring, and I'll also consider a lighter case.
I'm digressing, but I'm also thinking about posting Britt Bolton online.
Maybe I'll start posting it.
The next INNAT was SWEAT CREWNECK P/O's Natural.
I love knitwear so much that I often don't pay attention to sweatshirts, but I was drawn to this loose and relaxed feel.
Even though it's loose, it's not too rough, and the natural color gives it a nice, gentle atmosphere.
I was hesitant about the color, Yellow, but I couldn't give up on the softness that comes with not dyeing, so I went with Natural.
I don't want to limit myself to just a gentle atmosphere, so I'd like to create a nice style by pairing it with vintage military clothing.
Satou has sotogi slacks.
I have a lot of very thick pants, but I surprisingly don't have pants with a straight silhouette that are a little roomy, and I haven't seen them anywhere else lately, so I bought them.
Best of all, it's easy to use.
If it's very thick, you may have to choose items to match based on size, but it feels like it can come from anywhere.
Even considering the time of year, the thickness of the fabric seems a bit harsh in the middle of winter, so I'm thinking of wearing them now.
The designer, Mr. Sato, wore it at an exhibition and it had a nice texture to it, so I'm thinking of wearing it more ruggedly to give it the feel of second-hand clothing.
To be honest, I also want a brown with a warm feel.
And SAYATOMO has 2-Tack Baker Pants.
I'm wearing black pants all the time, but there's a reason why.
I'm thinking of buying SAYATOMO's other two models if they are still available, but I thought 100% polyester would be the best material for now, so I chose it.
In addition, I couldn't overlook the fact that it was made of 100% polyester and had a brushed feel.
The reason why it's black again is because considering the color I wanted for the other two models, I thought black would be the best choice here.
They're a little thicker and tapered than Satou's sotogi slacks, so they look completely different.
The combination of Baker and slacks creates a good balance between casual and beautiful, so I think this is also very versatile.
This is the first updated SAYATOMO item, so I'm looking forward to wearing it.
Next up is WOOL SHADOW CHECK EASY SLACKS at ULTERIOR.
I wanted to make sure I had this in my ULTERIOR pants, so I secured it first.
I have a pair of old checked pajama pants, but they have a very relaxed feel to them, so I chose these because they have the relaxed feel but also have the quality of slacks.
When I thought about it again, I didn't have many patterns for fall/winter pants, so it was perfect for adding variety.
Do you want to add a pattern to your black items?
It's 100% wool, but like sotogi slacks, the fabric isn't that thick, so I think I'll enjoy it while I can.
Last is YASHIKI's Seijaku Knit.
I thought it was still early for wool knits, so I chose from 100% cotton items.
As for YASHIKI, I already own several outfits, so I made sure to consult with my closet to make sure I didn't choose something that was too close.
Recently, there have been many items that express the pattern entirely with knitted fabric, so the best time to see it is with a simple Seijaku Knit in the center.
As for colors, I realized that I don't have many grays, so I chose Greige, which is easy to match, while feeling the temptation of Smalt-blue.
It goes without saying that YASHIKI's knits are easy to pair with any item, so I think I'll enjoy pairing them with a variety of items from fall to spring.
Greige has a bitter feel to it, so rather than pairing it with shiny new items, I feel like pairing it with worn-in items such as old clothes that have a richer texture.
Since the knitted fabric is simple, it might be a good idea to add some play to it.
After all, the act of buying clothes is irresistible.
I feel like it was worth the patience and my happiness has doubled.
Next time, depending on the temperature, I'd like to buy something from late this month to early December, including outerwear.
I think there are many people who are finally feeling like they can enjoy fall/winter items, so if you're like me, who finally got their hands on fall/winter items, please feel free to pick up the items you want to wear now.