Is there something about the fit of the chinos that I'm missing? Granted I wear a lot of low-rise bottoms, but I had to button the chinos just below my belly button to get these to look like they fit in any sort of capacity.
Funny you should say that. I literally just restored backup to a new iPhone 5 minutes ago. Completely shattered my caseless one last week and got my replacement from insurance in today. Felt I needed a case this go-around. Love the nakedness of a caseless phone but with a 50 dollar deductible with insurance, I'd rather get a case (these things were only like 50 each anyway).
I ordered a ton online and it got to the Chicago store next day. Guess I'll share some thoughts:
Shirting (OCBD and broadcloth): good fit much better than Uniqlo's mainline. I have broad shoulders which they accommodate. Dig the collars. Will probably get darted. Wish the broadcloth fabric was a bit thicker.
Sweaters: the ribbed raglan lambswool is super beefy and rigid. Fits like a champion sweat. Hope it settles down and forms a little bit as the ribs keep it...
I may be the lone dissenter here but I really like the fit and hand of the sweatshirts. Fit is 80s style but updated; the raglan is great for broad shoulders but it also tapers down and hugs your waist. They may not be 100% cotton (there's a tiny bit of viscose or rayon in there), but it's beefy like my heavyweight Reigning Champ sweat. Bought 3 in off white, grey and black. For $30 you can't really go wrong.
Anyone have experience with the U cashmere blend...
Have MM Gats changed sizing since they've adopted their own branded sole? Bought a 44 which is my size in them but they seem bigger than my older pair I once had. A bit of heel slippage. Nothing crazy but it's annoying.