The silhouette is slightly tighter, with a curve from the bust to the hem, and a slightly shorter length to fit the Japanese body shape.
The left breast pocket has a pocket watch compartment in keeping with the work shirts of the 60s.
The front placket is decorated with buttonholes that were used to fasten pocket watches.
A pocket for a pocket watch is placed on the side, and a regular pocket and a pen pocket are placed on the top, making it a double pocket.
Other features include stitching work in various places and white vintage-treated metal buttons, all in search of a vintage atmosphere.
[About the characteristics of the fabric]
Dotted stripes are dyed on the denim fabric, which is made of 7-count indigo-dyed warp yarn and 7-count sulfur-dyed weft yarn on a rare and valuable old-style power loom.
The fabric is quite firm and taut.
The weft yarn is black, so the overall color will be a little black, unlike the fading of regular wabash fabric.
It is a fabric that can be enjoyed more as it ages, unlike ordinary wabash fabrics.
About the sewing characteristics
The arms and sides of the garment are sewn with wrapped seams, as these are the areas that bear the most stress when worn.
The winding stitching of the curved parts requires a lot of sewing skills and can only be done by skilled craftsmen.
Since we want our products to be worn for a long time, we use CoreSpan as the sewing thread.
Coarse spun is a material that has the strength of polyester and the gentle texture of cotton.
It is a high performance thread that combines the best of both worlds and can be enjoyed over time.
The sewing procedure for the pockets takes more than twice as much time and effort than for ordinary patch pockets. The sewing procedure for the pockets takes more than twice as much time and effort as the usual patch pockets.