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Inner adjustment and jacket required.


It doesn't matter what color it is.

Pants that aren't too cool.


This is Kinoshita from cliché.

GW with high reservations.

GW is full of reservations.

GW with a lot of rain. . .

It's nice to be able to go to various places, but I also don't like being around a lot of people.

I feel like going outside, but I'm not sure what to wear and how to spend my time in this delicate weather.

I am writing today's blog with this in mind.

First, check the important weather.

As you know, I have been living based on the weather on my iPhone. Well, no.

When I talked to a friend,

Yahoo! Weather is so accurate.

That's what I was told, so I relied on it from there, and this is pretty accurate.

Second half of Golden Week? It looks like there will be less bad weather in Tokyo from here on out, mostly cloudy and then sunny.

However, the average maximum temperature is 25°C as far as the eye can see. (Is it true?)

I don't like the heat.

However, there are places where the chance of rain is around 30%, so there is a possibility of sudden rain.

It would be a good idea to carry light, water-repellent clothing such as an umbrella or raincoat.

I'm a rain man, so it might rain in the Kansai area where I'm planning to go, so please be careful.

Come to think of it, the other day I was distracted by the large number of short sleeves on SNS,

I thought it would be a shame to go out in short sleeves, but at least I went out with sandals.

I just went to a nearby cafe with terrace seating, but it was so cold that I ended up in quite a bit of pain.

I still can't do without my coat and socks.

Since it was raining yesterday, Kengo-kun, who always cuts my hair, was wearing short sleeves and a shirt. Even I was shivering in my outerwear, but he must have been freezing in just his shirt.

The nights are still cold, so we shouldn't take May lightly.

I'm also planning a trip, but I'm not really good at packing.

As I wrote when I wrote the previous bag blog,

I've been worrying so much that I've packed everything, and it's a huge bag.

I don't want to have that kind of stress, so this time...

While writing today's blog, I want to decide what to bring, with the intention of traveling lightly and with minimal luggage.

I would like to think about styling while packing based on an image of what it might look like.

First of all, I'm going to focus on my favorite denim jacket.

If it's a thick jacket, wear a T-shirt underneath.

In contrast to the smooth body, the slightly large box-like silhouette is

It looks classy as an inner layer and has a solid shape when worn alone.

Carry the jacket with you to add a touch of color.

As a countermeasure against the air conditioner, you can just put it on when it gets cold at night.

The slacks are from ROTOL.

As the name suggests, this item is designed for active situations.

However, it looks classy and expressive, so it goes well with rugged items like denim jackets.

The brown (orange-ish) color is perfect for adding contrast,

Best of all, it's cool and feels good.

These pants are perfect for this time of year when you are not looking for see-through and breathable pants.

Rayon/nylon is comfortable not only now but also in the middle of summer without being sticky.

The colors are all red, so these colors are fresh. So I'm planning a challenge.


cantate "BIG Trucker Jacket" ¥62,000 (¥68,200 TAX ​​IN)

ROTOL "ACTIVE SLACKS" ¥32,000 (¥35,200 TAX ​​IN)

cantate "T-shirt" ¥16,000 (¥17,600 TAX ​​IN)

With this, you can adjust the temperature appropriately even if the temperature exceeds 20°C.

Light outerwear is important to me because I'm sensitive to cold.

Next, make the jacket lighter.

Since it's linen, I thought it was still early so I decided to wear a long T-shirt as an inner layer.

I will write a detailed blog about T-shirts next time.

This item is characterized by a boat neck style with a devised collar.

It's not clogged or too loose, making it a great innerwear.

The sleeves are made of the same fabric and have a rib-like transition.

This is the best item for this time of year when people are transitioning from knitwear and don't even have short sleeves.

The pants are also ROTOL pants.

These pants have movement and have a very rich drape.

The wide width makes it quite tight when paired with sneakers as well as dress shoes.


refomed "OLD MAN BLOUSE" ¥28,000 (¥30,800 TAX ​​IN)

ROTOL "ACTIVE SLACKS" ¥32,000 (¥35,200 TAX ​​IN)

cantate "Crew-Neck L/S Shirt" ¥22,000 (¥24,200 TAX ​​IN)

The reformed jacket I wore was a linen jacket designed to look like a trucker jacket.

Since it is so light, I wonder if it could be interpreted as a shirt.

The large size reduces adhesion to the skin and maintains high breathability.

This will also come in handy in midsummer.

Inner adjustment and jacket required.

I think I'll spend my time like that.

By the way, my Golden Week will be around Osaka and Kyoto.

Go here!

If you have any such recommendations, please let us know.


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