Good evening. This is Ikeda.
I think I started getting interested in fashion when I was in junior high school.
I was influenced by my older brother in most things, not just fashion.
I still can't forget how nervous I was when I went to a certain domestic brand shop that my brother liked for the first time when I was just getting into fashion.
The staff at domestic brands back then were so scary.
I was a junior high school student, so I was more scared and nervous.
The truth is that I was so nervous that I didn't know if he was being unfriendly or that I was scared.
Although it was a scary experience, the staff at the shop at that time became my seniors and we are still good friends today.
That said, I just feel it's a shame that I wasn't able to experience Urahara's previous life.
I had my first experience like this when I was in middle school, but even in my late 20s I still have many first experiences.
The VINTAGE FADED TERRY SWEAT PANTS that we are introducing today are one of them.
To be honest, I've never worn sweatpants.
When I wear it, it feels more like pajamas, so it was never a candidate for me to buy.
Until I came across ULTERIOR's VINTAGE FADED TERRY SWEAT PANTS.
It uses the same fabric as RW SWEAT SHIRT, so please see the ``so-called'' article I wrote yesterday for details on the fabric.
In conclusion, VINTAGE FADED TERRY SWEAT PANTS do not feel like pajamas at all, but rather feel like slacks.
Of course, the fabric is sweatshirt, so it's different from slacks, but I think it's different from so-called sweatpants.
A big reason for this feeling is the straight, falling silhouette created by eliminating outseams.
Combined with the size, which is neither too thick nor too thin, it gives off a very beautiful falling effect.
Another element that changed the impression was the removal of the ribs at the hem.
It has a pajama feel and a sports feel.
Some people may want to wear it with the hem tightened, but it also comes with a drawcord, so feel free to arrange it as you like.
The stitching and the ribbing at the inseam give it a playful feel and are a nice accent.
I wanted to post a picture of the stitching from the inseam, but I couldn't get a good picture of it and it ended up looking a little underwhelming, so please take a look at it in person.
Even if we omit the details of the fabric, you can still clearly feel the faded color.
I think you can feel a completely different atmosphere from the heather gray and navy that are commonly associated with sweatshirts.
I almost feel guilty about wearing something so comfortable and looking so pretty.
I can see a future where I end up wearing them all the time with a sense of guilt.
If Shanks doesn't kill me.
You can't really tell that it feels like slacks until you try it on, so I highly recommend you try it on.
Although they may not be called slacks, you can understand that they are completely different from regular sweatpants.
If you think, ``Well, sweatshirts are sweatshirts after all,'' please try them on just once.
Of course, other people are also welcome to wear it.