CRANE HIGH NECK FINE JERSEY PENCIL DRESS - WHITE
100% fine jersey cotton
Size: ・/ ⋯ / ⋯⋯（S / M / L)
For the products of this season, we use 100%fine jersey cotton, which is much more soft and skin-friendly compared to the cotton usually used. The plain T-shirt is patterned with the crane, the protagonist of this season –all the images are designed by ourselves. Meanwhile, to make the picture more delicate and the textile neater, we use the hand-embroidered towel method to make large-area patterns look even more exquisite. This method also solves the wrinkling issues we often have when it comes to fine jersey cotton.
The slightly high-necked dress makes the plain and simple shirt much more interesting. We also emphasize on the slimming effect of the version,which makes the dress fit and hide the shortcomings of our bodies. We offer three size options; which customers can choose from their preferences.Basically, this dress suits for any average-sized girl.
The design of this season is inspired by the poem“Yellow Crane Tower,”written by Cui Hao, a Chinese poet during the Tan Dynasty.
When we were still uniform-wearing students, Exit no.6 at Xi-min-ting was always the place we asked our friends or lovers to meet each other. Nowadays,even though Exit no.6 is no longer the popular rendezvous for us, whenever we pass by it, we feel nostalgic: nostalgic for the ages of being naive and innocent. Exit no.6 is just like Yellow Crane Tower: those who had been there are now gone, and we are left alone wandering at that place, feeling blue for the lost of our youth. Exit no.6 is our Yellow Crane Tower.
All of us, once in our lives, must have the experience of missing someone or feeling sorry about something. Sometimes, a song, a word, or a scent, may trigger our strongest nostalgia of the beautiful days we used to live in. However,facing the music, all we can do is to feel sorry that “the scenery remains, but the people changed.”
“Long ago one's gone riding the yellow crane, all that remained is the Yellow Crane Tower. Once the yellow crane left it will never return, for one thousand years the clouds wandered carelessly.”
This time, we use the images of the yellow crane, white cloud, and flourishing meadow as the protagonist of our design, in attempt to manifest the theme of lost.