1.Pink contrast collar shirt by Kashiyama the Smart Tailor
This is a shirt I had made at Kashiyama the Smart Tailor’s Hiroo branch. The made-to-measure tailor is part of Onward Kashiyama, a major Japanese apparel maker.
The shirt is 100% cotton, a light pink herringbone fabric, with a semi-wide collar, no front placket, silver-lipped pearl oyster buttons, and French cuffs.
Kashiyama’s made-to-measure shirts are available in a few price ranges: their basic line (from 6,900 yen), easy care fabrics (from 8,900 yen), and import fabrics (from 12,000 yen). This shirt was made using fabric from their easy care line, and is wrinkle resistant. Just straighten out the wrinkles after washing, hang dry, and no ironing needed.
2.Greige socks by Tabio
These are Men’s Supima Cotton Socks by Tabio in greige (972 yen tax incl). Greige is an ashen color that is a mix of gray of beige. The thin supima cotton has a classy luster. These socks are also available in a range of grays and navy shades, making them great for business attire.
3.Gray three-roll-two suit by Universal Language
For more about this item, see LANGUAGE & EDUCATION #005.
4.Black vest by Kashiyama the Smart Tailor
For more about this item, see LANGUAGE & EDUCATION #013.
5.“Poe" double monk-strap shoes by Paraboot
For more about this item, see FASHION & SHOPPING #008.
6.Black glasses by Zoff
For more about this item, see FASHION & SHOPPING #006.