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The closest thing to Uniqlo is called GU, it's like the Pepsi to Uniqlo's Coke. The clothes are not as nice though, and they don't have designer collaborations. Bears in Shimokitazawa is a good place to check for denim. They have in-house collabs with denim makers like Japan Blue, Eternal and Kojima, sometimes coming under 10,000 yen ($85-ish). They carry a lot of good repro denim. I don't find Beams to be much like Uniqlo, they're much more curated and each shop is...
Checked out what they had at the closest Uniqlo to my house and was kinda underwhelmed. The girls' stuff seemed a lot nicer, the trench had a great fabric for the price and the seersucker blouse was cute. I ended up getting some navy trousers, an off-white boat neck and a linen blend button-down. I liked the fit on the linen blend, it's short in the body and has a wide neck so you can button it to the top button comfortably. I might have to check out the Shibuya Uniqlo...
Problem is people will instantly tune out of what they heard when the word 'sponssorhip' comes up, where there are a lot of ... umm ... people that fit into Bud's target market ... who will probably think that shill was just him talking about what beer he likes
Recently purchased but won't be arriving for a while. And for the wife:
Spending hundreds of dollars in order to acquire little digital thumbs seems like a dubious investment.
There are also some stragglers still on sale at Zozotown too. There's a size 4 striped cotton shirt for under a hundred bucks.
Nice stuff. Indeed these fits are all amazing
In Japan I see a lot of bombers over athletic knits, wide pants hemmed above the ankle and black ankle boots with spike heels or loafers with socks. Auburn bob cut, thick eyeliner wings. Walk around Harajuku/Omotesando and you'll see about 100 black sun hats too.I help folks out here and there, not really in the business officially but you can PM me here if the seller refuses proxy buyers or something.
Speaking of complexions I've always found it strange (and mildly racist) that the first answer you hear when Asian bros ask what color they should wear is "yellow." I think yellow goes better on people with skin hues more toward the blue end than the olive end. I almost never wear reds except for the red quilted Junya vest. As with @LA Guy I'm in soft blue tones... probably too often. I've got a nearly identical skin tone to the Schneider model so hopefully I don't...
Music to my ears, this. Can't wait.
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