Frequent ~ Mode

Here are my recent frequent picks.

Luckily, my mode remains unchanged since before my visit to Japan….


BDU-R in olive end-on-end shirting fabric.  Would like to wear it with pants this season….until last year, I felt fresh wearing it with mostly shorts. It is also an ideal layering piece over a CRUZER or a railroad jacket for more storage and presence, thanks to its particularly light fabric and un-disturbing design. Feels like more iridescent than ever…


CRUZER 5 in French twill. The lighter weight of poly/cotton fabric and its different iridescence…right on!


CRUZER 5-W in stone broadcloth shirting. Stone looks better than ever….and tiny wrinkles produced by fine broadcloth is a new plus….


Royal Traveler in olive nylon taffeta. I can’t part with it….even looks better after washings….feels more like feather weight cotton.


C-POST 7 in navy broadcloth shirting x 2. You know, I want to feel like Spring, yet chilly wind is still there….  Then, this kind of unconventional shirt – made of broadcloth shirting with self-fabric lining – makes my day.  Wearing dark color shirt underneath a jacket has been personal trend for a while…


White shirt (ULTRA POST)…in dobby broadcloth w/ some metallic. Oxford, and fine Bedford cord would do as well.


CRUZER Shirt 3 in green end-on-end shirting…..iridescent again…


No. 7 Five pocket in khaki Dry Ripstop, stone Bedford cord, French twill (L to R).

I’ve been in the process of developing some positive ideas for 2015 S/S….(Takeshi)

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