Although it is the first day of spring, there are still cold days.
But the mood is definitely on the way to spring.
In such a transitional period, I want to tidy up my closet.
I'm starting to prepare for spring things, such as what I'm going to clean and what I care for myself.
I'm going to digress a little bit, but when I was cleaning out my closet, I noticed a pile of knitted fabric. I know how to wash knitwear, but I had no choice but to use a pill remover to remove pilling.
So, I asked Mr. M, a knitting expert who makes Oblada's William Knitwear, and he told me a very good thing!
Knitwear that has been worn for a day is taken care of by "always steaming and brushing". This alone seems to be able to care for potential hairballs before they become hairballs.
I learned a lot of good things, and it made me genuinely happy to know that there are still many things I don't know, and that I have become more knowledgeable about clothes.
I would like to get a new handy steam and brush right away and take care of it.
When the steam and brushes are new, I will upload them here again!
Well, I've digressed a lot, but if you're ready to welcome the new spring while taking care of your clothes like this, I'll finally introduce you to the new work!
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It's "Oblada's Remake Sweat"!
It is an item that has been remade with printed and embroidered cotton polyester Sophie and Russell sweatshirts designed in the United States and shortened in length.
The size is a remake of the XL size.
The reason why we chose the body designed in America is because it is difficult to achieve this texture with Japanese fabric and sewing.
I didn't mean that "high quality = fashionable", but I thought that the texture of the American horse mackerel (maybe called lo-fi) would be an important factor in making it like second-hand clothes in the future.
Of course, we also value the goodness of making Oblada with the best materials such as feather coats, hemp denim, and officer pants.
I like the speed and pace of mixing such high quality and lo-fi items.
By remaking the XL size, the form will be a very good balance when a woman comes.
This is an item that I personally like very much.
By the way, my favorite is black!
This season's theme is monochrome, and it pursues the coolness of black that can be worn in spring.
The material is cotton polyester, so there is almost no shrinkage, but the length is shortened assuming that the length will shrink about 1cm after washing. I'm making it just right after washing.
The Oblada logo is printed and the CINCH logo is embroidered.
While black is recommended, the colored ones are also pretty cute.
I would be happy if you could add it to your spring wardrobe plan!