[Translation] MINA February 2015, Masuda Takahisa – “Massu Styling” Volume 5



This Month’s theme: Mature Coat.

Going along with the theme, this time I played around with this DIOR HOMME trench coat. A trench coat with black shorts is a staple style for me. For girls, I think wearing a trench coat with a check-patterned skirt is cute. Ah, but pairing it with neutral colored pants is also cute!  Having a tight bottom-half is also nice because a trench coat has an A-line silhouette.

I wanted to go with a “basketball” feel so I pared it with a T-shirt, sweatpants-shorts, and a headband. I used to be apart of the Basketball club, so I have lots of headbands from that time, but I hadn’t used them in coordinating outfits until recently. I thought about using a red cap with this outfit, but because I wanted a “basketball mix”, in the end I used the headband instead. That, and the style of the basketball pants. I like the baggy style, and I have lots of them! In public I have a sporty style, and because I see it around a lot is also probably also why I wanted to go with a basketball style this time. Speaking of “sporty style”, there are lots of people that wear caps or knit caps in a loose style…its awesome right?! I also like going with that style too.

My Favorite Apple

I got my hands on this BOOKMARC collaboration, GILAPPLE! The middle one is a light. Ideally I would love to try buying an apple in the city and walking around while eating it, but in reality I cut them up cleanly before eating them! LOLL I can’t really cook, but I can properly peel an apple!

*Disclaimer* I am still actively learning Japanese and this translation is not perfect. This translation is as direct of a translation as I can make it and I took some liberties as a native English speaker to make it flow better in English, as some things don’t translate well into English from Japanese.


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