Knit Pants from Stella McCartney
Feels like The Specials.
When I used to like Ska bands during my teenage era, I was so into a flag checkered pattern. Just by following a typical trend then, I also put on a black and white checkered slip-on. Since the pattern was more suitable for teenagers, I was keeping a distance from the checkered items for a while since I’m pretty matured. Nevertheless, the knit pants from Stella McCartney got me straight into my heart. Don’t you think the checkered side-lines are way too pretty? I definitely do. If there is a pattern that represents a country, just like a national flower or bird, a tartan check is definitely of the British. Additionally, I believe The Specials-ish flag check is a culturally emerged version of a tartan check.
Stella McCartney Japan
Camouflage Tote Bag from Alexander Wang.
Exceptional balance of feminine and loutish.
Recently, a survival game is my leisure-time boom, so I tend to select most of my clothing in camouflage. I sometimes cover myself entirely in camos just like an actual army, so that’s a bit too much for a woman. In a game, I prefer MultiCam patterns, but for daily fashion, a tiger stripe camo or a basic woodland pattern are much feasible. I think a cute camo like duck-hunt is rather harder for a girl to wear. Thus, my recent biggest hit is the woodland camo tote bag from Alexander Wang. The elegant cow leather offsets a mannish impression of the camo. Even if you carry the bag with cargo pants, it wouldn't be “too army-ish” like me, haha!