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modern military.


Breakdown of strength.


Military definition.

What I want now is a coat.

I'm going to skip it again this year.


This is Sugimura from cliché.

This is the 4th time I have blogged about what I bought.

I'm just introducing the items I've recently purchased out of my own pocket.

This is a life-sized blog with a little bit of pride in it.

Of course, I also went shopping during the New Year holidays.

Lately, when I buy clothes, I don't feel at ease or refreshed unless I spend a lot of money.

My motivation for clothes is moving forward.

Since the only way I can use up my excess energy is through clothes, I'd like to take the opportunity to introduce those purchases as a buyout project.

Probably because the purchased items are constantly updated, they are secretly planning to make them standard.


"Anorak Parka -TYPE D-2-"

¥77,000 (TAX IN)

Anorak parka released at the beginning of the year.

I want it when I first start shopping, and my pockets are getting smaller for spring and summer, so I can fit a lot of stuff in it! So I bought it right away.

A model made with the motif of the phantom model "D-2" that was once used for military purposes.

Military, military, mil-spec.

Kinoshita's favorite category.

I often see used personal items such as BDU jackets that I use as inspiration.

However, this time, she wanted to wear the anorak on a daily basis, so she made it from a new one.

How greedy... Used clothes are like old clothes, and new clothes are like new. is not it.

As for me, I sometimes wear cargo pants or safari jackets, but it's not really my favorite genre.

But I bought an anorak. I didn't make an immediate decision, but after thinking about it for a while, I was 100% satisfied with its future potential and bought it.

The reason is, it might be faster to have them actually look at the styling.

I have a pattern of taking pictures in my work clothes, so I don't mind the occasional smartphone photo cut-in.




cantate "Denim 1955 Trousers" ¥42,900 (TAX IN)


Levi's personal items

Start with INDIGO x OLIVE DRAB, color matching the iron plate.

As someone who wears a lot of denim, this style was my first choice.

Sulfur-dyed anoraks have a strong color at first, but the color has a fading feel that makes you imagine that the color will fade in the future.

Denim INDIGO also looks different depending on the density and how worn it is.

A solid yet profound combination with a variety of color options.

Sweatpants are the second most worn item after denim.

The very popular wide sweat pants will be available in new colors in the next 23SS season. looking forward to.

I added the rough and broken atmosphere of the suede pants and created a relaxing background of a walk, a park, or the sea.

It's a combination that I feel like I've seen on Stussy's look before...

Styled with an urban image rather than a military item.


cantate "Moleskin Bellows Jacket" ¥93,500 (TAX IN) → ¥65,450 (TAX IN)

cantate "Moleskin Trousers" ¥60,500 (TAX IN) → ¥42,350 (TAX IN)

cantate "The Shirt -FLANNEL-" ¥48,400 (TAX IN) → ¥33,880 (TAX IN)


cantate "The Noble Suit" ¥363,000 (TAX IN) → ¥254,100 (TAX IN)

I think it's just me, but it's perfect for breaking up setups.

When it comes to pairings, it feels like a duffel coat and sweatpants, or slacks and sneakers.

A set-up style with matching top and bottom looks like a uniform, and is difficult to wear unless you have the right timing.

Options include a wool coat or thick down jacket to wear over the top, but they are too heavy. It makes the set up more difficult to wear, and it takes you further away from your everyday clothes.

The anorak is large and one size fits all, so you can just slip it over your head without worrying about it bulking up or losing its shape.

Neither shimmery nylon nor hard canvas are good enough; it's a difficult balance between having a texture but not too noisy, and a thick material but not too hard.

The 50% cotton and 50% nylon cotton nylon poplin used for the anorak is exactly that.

It will be easier to see if the setup is good.

Maybe it can be used as an auxiliary outerwear to increase the chances of wearing it as a set.



cliché "ROVING 5G CREW NECK KNIT" ¥60,500 (TAX IN)

cantate "Regular Chino Trousers" ¥42,900 (TAX IN)

Anorak inner style that is a bit of a power play.

YIFAT's big blouson makes this possible.

People who are familiar with this size may find the same inner style.

The advantage of wearing an anorak as an inner layer is that it makes the waist look more cinched.

If you mark your waist, the points of your whole body will come up and give a lighter impression. If you wear denim with the hem rolled, it will add weight to your feet. It's the same as that.

For those who like big and heavy outerwear, the innerwear will help balance out your weight.

When I looked back at my styling, I noticed that everything was cinched at the waist.


cantate "Sulfur Back Stain M-51 Pants" ¥52,800 (TAX IN) *Next arrival scheduled


refomed "AZEAMI THERMAL TEE" ¥17,600 (TAX IN)

refomed "AMEAMI THERML PANTS" ¥24,200 (TAX IN)

When matched with the new 23SS items, the image of the previous spring will spread out.

I'm looking forward to pairing it with the upcoming spring items, and my expectations are skyrocketing .

In terms of temperature, it is a middle outerwear that can be used in 3 seasons (spring, autumn, and winter) by adding an inner layer.

I'm not conscious of it, but most of my innerwear colors are BEIGE or BROWN.

As the weather gets warmer, you can up your color tone and add a seasonal touch to your outfit with off-duty pale colors, which will brighten up your mood.

You can also change the atmosphere by mixing in fresh colors like PINK shirts or MINT style T-shirts to create a different look for spring.

It's endlessly fun and makes me want to try and get an image for myself.

This anorak makes you want new clothes.

And as the number of styling shows, there is a high degree of freedom in combinations.

It's really free.

You can change the silhouette by tightening the waist string, and adjust the temperature depending on the number of inner layers.

The silhouette has ample room, so you won't have to worry about the size that would be difficult to combine in terms of volume.

As for styling, it's not like I just tried to match it perfectly.

I think you can just wear it over your current clothes. Most of them are completed.

So, if you are interested in this anorak, please try to visualize it.

Does it match today's clothes? Continue this for 3 to 4 days and you'll be good to go! Then it's time to buy.

I can continue to wear it for about 5 more months until the rainy season.

Military clothing is often colored in appearance, but also in content.

This often includes difficult elements that keep you away from your regular clothes. Of course, that's the good thing about it.

Kinoshita said this in a previous blog.

“Military is born because there is a purpose.

The military is all around us. ”

Cantate's anorak feels very familiar to me, even though I don't usually wear military clothing.

But that's not because they've stripped away the military appeal and turned it into just a big hoodie.

This is because the fabrics, parts, and silhouettes have all been updated without compromising the authenticity of military items and the necessity of completing them.

We are creating everything from scratch that is necessary in this day and age, and doing so in a way that is different from going to war.

The D-2 has been reborn, rewriting its authenticity and necessity.

A modern military item with the specifications necessary for daily life.

Future vintage for later generations, where you can see the background of their lives. The future is the best.

If military products were created to meet people's needs in the midst of war,

Cantate's anorak was created in response to the demands of our daily lives .

The styling is wide and the tension is perfect.

Cantate's military item, which follows Cantate's definition of military, is an anorak hoodie that is sent to those who fight in the modern era, standing close to us and looking toward the future.



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