Yeah, K the cotton is very nice. Heavy but still breathable and drapes really well in my opinion. Especially with suspenders, looks really good! Great pick up
Here's a fit of the two items I got recently. Wearing them both today cos it's easier to show that way, hehe. Couldn't post yesterday cos came down with a migraine
T-shirt is 100% cotton with product code HX-T08-065. Very, very silky cotton. Feels like a blend even. Excellent drape as you can see and slightly sheer due to how thin it is. Perfect for the warm weather. There is very nice ruching at the back of the neck which adds even more visual interest to the top. It is pretty long and has an elastic hem at the bottom. I guess it could be worn pulled all the way down, but it seems more natural to have it up and then twist the excess fabric to create more ripples down the torso and at the back.
Cropped pants are100% Rayon with product code HX-P09-202-2. Smooth rayon fabric, also with amazing drape and they feel excellent against the skin, especially in motion. The sarouel drop crotch does not hinder my movement in any way whatsoever either so it makes these very tempting to wear a lot, hehe.
There are matching rayon drawstrings at the waist and the bottom of each leg and it can also be worn with a belt as it also has belt loops. The rayon fabric means that in my opinion it can be dressed up and dressed down pretty easily, especially if paired with the right shoes. Not formal enough to be worn for some red carpet event (or maybe it can be!), but definitely doable for a party and stuff like that. Four pockets, two by the sides and two at the back, not as deep as I am used to from Yohji, but I am sure that probably had something to do with keeping the shape of the pants when the pockets are stuffed and the fabric. I just noticed that ln-cc has the same pants but in a cotton jersey iteration while La Garconne has them also in an indigo batik print. Both look pretty cool, although I really don't like the styling on ln-cc with the hems left free. I feel these pants look best with the drawstrings pulled tight on the legs, but I guess your mileage may vary.