Fujito Raglan (Sweaters) Are My Bag, Man
I think I’ve promised fall around 100 times on these pages (I could check this, I won’t), but you shouldn’t have listened to me because I mostly don’t know what I’m talking about, especially in regards to meteorology, and also because hope is a dangerous drug. It might—might—actually be here though, which means so many things, but mainly that one could permissibly wear one these Fujito Crewneck Rib Sweaters and that’s a win for everyone, really.
Knit in Japan from an 80/20 Wool/Nylon blend, these chunky—but tastefully so—joints feature raglan sleeves with reinforced stitching, a multi-colored flecked thing going on and ribbing at the cuffs, hem, collar.
For those of you that are like, “That sweater looks like it has a regular stool at the campus bar and a really good grasp on French film and a third-favorite academic journal that’s actually his second favorite but perceptions and also drives an old Volvo but one that’s charming and not decrepit,” know that I agree with you and also that, in regards to sweaters, I consider that a good thing.