Hello. My name is Kurono and I am a buyer at J.PRESS&SON'S.
This time we will be introducing the Childen Sweater and Vest.
This material was originally developed as a single cord yarn by twisting multiple fine-count yarns, and the yarn itself is gas-fired, so it has both the luster and the volume of a cord yarn. It is finished in a thread. Although it is knitted with cotton jersey, the key point is that the back stitch, which is usually on the back side, is used on the front side to create a knitted fabric that makes you think, "Huh?".
The design of both the pullover and vest has dropped shoulders to create a loose silhouette. At first glance, the line color scheme on the collar looks like a faded print, but we purposely used a method of alignment to make it look uneven and mottled. I think the slightly bold V-zone also gives off a loose feel. The exquisite clean off-white and brown colors go well with any pair of pants, and on the other hand, the colors give it a fresh feel.
Tilden tends to be seen as a classic sweater, but the key point is to create a fresh look by using materials and creating a sense of discomfort in the silhouette. So, I would like everyone who likes traditional fashion, as well as those who want to wear traditional fashion, to wear it.
As a suggestion on how to wear it, I think it would be a good idea to put a shirt inside Tilden. You can also wear a tie for a traditional look. The V-zone design is solid even with no tie, so you can enjoy both. Of course, you can also pair it with a denim shirt as well as an Oxford shirt. It is also designed to go well with baggy-fitting shirts, so we would like you to wear it with us. You may think of it as a knit for spring, but it has a fleshy feel that can be worn in the fall and winter seasons. We especially recommend the vest because the sleeves won't get caught and you can enjoy layering it with a jacket! For advanced users, why not layer the basque border introduced in the post?
Please consider it.
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