“At six fifteen, Tengo pulled on a black, high-neck sweater and an olive-green corduroy blazer and left the apartment. Komatsu came at seven fifteen. He had on a tweed jacket, a light cashmere sweater, a cashmere muffler, wool trousers, and suede shoes. His usual outfil. High-quality, tasteful clothes, nicely worn out.
When he wore these, the clothes looked like he had been born in them. At any rate, the clothes did make him look like a veteran editor. From the way he was dressed, that was the only possible thing he could be.” 1Q84, P.786