Denim Cover All

Denim Cover All

Good evening.

This is Tommy from the Osaka store.

9 months from today!
It's still humid, but it often feels cooler in the mornings and evenings.
There are signs of autumn gradually approaching.

So, this time we will introduce coveralls, which are popular as outerwear for autumn.

First, this.

DJ-1050 Simpler Cover All
Size: 38(M), 40(L), 42(XL)

It is based on a vintage coverall from the 1940s.
As the name suggests, it features a simplified design typical of workwear.

There are only pockets on the chest and right hem, giving a clean impression.

But there are small details everywhere.

for example,

The curved stitching on the cuffs,

It's a little hard to see, but there is a reinforcing lining sewn inside the pocket.

The chest pocket is equipped with a pen holder as well as a watch pocket, so we recommend coordinating it with a pocket watch and fob chain.

This simple and versatile piece will come in handy in the coming season.

Another recommendation!

DJ-966E Shawl Collar Denim Jacket

This is one of Dry Bones' denim work jackets that has been a long-selling item.
It is based on a deck jacket from the 1930s.
It features a distinctive shawl collar and has been a popular piece for many years.

This was the first denim jacket I bought after joining the company.
The color has faded quite a bit, so I'll show you another time. (I forgot to bring it today 💦)

It has buttons with an anchor mark, like a sailor's workwear.

This can be removed using the change button.
I take it off when I wash it.

This jacket is currently out of stock in some sizes, but will be re-produced in the future.
We also accept reservations, so please feel free to ask our staff at the store.

A lightweight denim jacket is perfect as a light outerwear in spring and autumn, but can also be worn as an inner layer in winter, like a shirt.
In other words, it's a convenient item that can be worn all day except in midsummer.

We also have other types available, so be sure to come check them out in the fall.

That's all for today.
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