This is Ebara from J.PRESS&SON'S AOYAMA STORE MANAGER.
This time I would like to introduce HERITAGE STOCK PROGRAM - "TROUSERS".
Bottoms are indispensable for coordination, as it is said that ``stylish starts from your feet.'' There are many people who decide on the overall coordination from the bottom.
Many people who like men's fashion are particular about the bottoms, especially when it comes to trousers, including the thickness, silhouette, presence or absence of pleats, number of pleats, fit around the waist, presence or absence of buckles, and presence or absence of suspender buttons. There is no end to it if you pay particular attention to the crossing width, hem width, length, single, morning, double, double width, double snap closure, thread closure, etc.
We would like to introduce two trousers that are recommended for those who are particular about men's fashion.
First of all, we would like to introduce PEPIN MERINO SAXONY PIPED STEM TROUSERS from J.PRESS ORIGINALS HERITAGE STOCK PROGRAM.
This is a New Zealand Pepin Merino fabric that is only used by J.PRESS in Japan. Sheep raised in the mountainous region of southeastern New Zealand have a blessed natural environment and a thorough management system, resulting in extremely low levels of foreign matter contamination in the wool, and boasts excellent purity. Since it is a medium-thick yarn , it has a tension that is neither too light nor too heavy, and is durable, flexible, and has an elegant luster.
For this season's coordination, why not try pairing the top with casual items such as sweatshirts? I think casual items look fresh with classy, clean pants, and give off a preppy vibe!
Next is WEST POINT PIPED STEM TROUSERS .
The most distinctive feature of these TROUSERS is the fabric, which as many of you may know is derived from the uniforms of the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, commonly known as "weapons."
Unlike regular chino cloth, it is made of ultra-fine Supima cotton and combed twin yarns that are woven at high density to give it a beautiful luster and firmness, and the more you wear it, the more the texture increases and it adapts to your body.
This typical J.PRESS fabric has been incorporated into various items, including jackets and overalls. Among them, this PIPED STEM is highly recommended as a first book. The key point is that it can be worn as both dressy and casual, and that it will not lose its quality even if it gets worn out or worn out over time.
This season, we're seeing the return of Ametora, so it might be fun to wear it with a blazer or button-down to make it look a little looser.
Both TROUSERS features a straight and beautiful silhouette with a back buckle and piped stem. The beautiful TROUSERS also has a beautiful finish on the back. When I was a newbie, my seniors often taught me that you can tell if a pair of pants is good by turning them inside out. I think it takes a lot of courage to turn it inside out at a store, so please take a look at this photo.
You know, it's beautiful.
Why not try adding one of the two pieces we introduced this time to your wardrobe?