Good evening. This is Ikeda.
The temperature has finally stabilized and risen.
The highest temperature seems to be around 20 degrees for the past week.
While I'm happy to be able to feel the spring, I'm disappointed that the inside of the store isn't able to take advantage of the warmer temperatures and it's still a bit cold.
It can't be helped because sunlight doesn't come directly into it.
However, just when you feel relieved that the temperature is rising, there are days when the temperature suddenly drops around this time of year.
How disappointed were you at that time?
I think it's not spring yet, but somewhere between winter and spring, so I'm going to stay alert and adapt to the temperature of the day.
Now that we're halfway between winter and spring, I'm hoping that 23SS items are becoming more realistic, so today I'd like to introduce ULTERIOR's WASHI STRIPE CAVERALL JKT.
Personally, these are my favorite coveralls, so I feel great.
SHETLAND WOOL SILK TWEED COVER ALL was available at ULTERIOR's 22AW.
There is still only one size 4 item left, so if you are interested, please check it out.
It's the last item and I've missed out on buying it, but I'm already thinking about buying it.
Let's get back to the topic.
The design is a 3-pocket type coverall similar to 22AW.
It has large pockets and is designed to give you a sense of work elements.
The fabric used is Cordlane fabric, which is made from Japanese paper.
By covering the Japanese paper thread with rayon and tumble processing, it has a soft texture that does not feel stiff at all.
The ridges unique to Cordlane and the rough texture typical of washi paper give the fabric a three-dimensional feel.
The color of the stripes is very good, and instead of being a bright stripe, it gives off a slightly faded feel.
This stripe gives it a very ULTERIOR feel.
In the case of bright stripes, it would have gone in a clean direction, which would have made it look unsuitable for coveralls, but I think this fading effect gives it a good coverall feel.
However, just because it's faded doesn't mean it has the full vintage feel; it's somewhere between new and used clothing, so it should be easier to wear.
As for the silhouette, the box silhouette continues from 22AW.
In addition to its relaxed silhouette, it is made from one piece, giving it a very light impression.
I can't really call it a shirt, but it's somewhere between a shirt and a coverall, so I think you can wear it as a coverall or as a shirt.
Just put it on and put it on.
Available in two colors: BLACK/ECRU and OLIVE.
BLACK/ECRU allows the stripes to stand out more clearly.
Does OLIVE seem to be able to give off a nice rugged feel?
Since the atmosphere is completely different depending on the color, it can be quite confusing.
It's something you'll want to wear over a T-shirt until the middle of spring and summer.
The WASHI STRIPE CAVERALL JKT is not halfway between a shirt and a coverall, between new and old clothes, but it is finished with an excellent balance.