MERINO WOOL ORIHIMEDAKI PANTS

  • ¥18,700
  • Availability: In Stock

Code : ic900626_b

Brand : ichi Antiquite's

MERINO WOOL ORIHIMEDAKI 73% wool, 26% polyester, 1% nylon

Model height / 5'5.75

Orihime-kyuki is a modern revival of an Edo period dyeing technique, characterized by the use of a small dyeing pot that rubs the fabric to produce a soft, fluffy texture. The unique, relaxed look that cannot be created by mass production is the charm of this technique.

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ichi Antiquite's

We take items that have been considered cool since ancient times and put them into the modern age to create items that we want to continue to wear.

And clothes that change their own color as they wear and fade.

This is the brand that is making such things.

The brand has many fans both in Japan and abroad, and they continue to transmit the pleasure of wearing their clothes to people around the world.

made in japan.

Size

Dress

One-piece tunic

Length: Measured straight from the center of the back

Body Width: Length from left and right side seams to seams

Waist: Measured straight across the waistline

Sleeve length: the length from the center of the back of the neck through

the tip of the shoulder and from the outside of the arm to the cuff

Blouse Shirts Tee
Jackets, coats, etc.

Length: Measured straight from the center of the back

Body Width: Length from left and right side seams to seams

Shoulder Width: Length of straight line between shoulders

Sleeve length: the length from the center of the back of the neck through

the tip of the shoulder and from the outside of the arm to the cuff

Camisole, pair top, etc.

Length: Measured straight from the center of the back

Body Width: Length from left and right side seams to seams

 

For bare top

Length: Length from top to hem including strap

Denim, leggings, etc.

Waist: Measured in a straight line at the thinnest part of the waist

Hip: A value measured in a straight line from end to end near the end of the zipper opening

Length: Length from the upper edge of the waist part to the hem

Watari width: The length of the thigh width at the base of the crotch

Rise: Length from the upper edge of the waist part to the crotch switch

Inseam: Straight length from the inner thigh joint to the hem along the inner thigh seam

Hem Width: Measured from both sides of the hem

skirt

Waist: Measured in a straight line at the thinnest part of the waist

Hip: Measured in a straight line from end to end at a point about 20 cm from the waist

Length: Length from the upper edge of the waist part to the hem

Tags: wool