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I've seen a napapijri at an outlet here while looking for a winter coat. Anyone have experience with this brand? It belongs to the same company as North Face.. Originally Italian, it has a lot of Norwegian themes on it for some reason.   I've been looking for a warm alternative to North Face because everyone and his mother wears that around here. Canada Goose is one option but a bit pricey.
burberry black label is all made in China so its poor. at least Zara has some things made elsewhere
I am visiting Japan now and wondering how these brands in terms of quality and cost-quality ratio compare. They are primarily casual although United Arrows does sell suits, I'm more interested in casual clothes. United Arrows and Beams seem to be around the same price range about 50-60 USD for tees, 150 for jackets, etc. Style wise, United Arrows is quite similar to Uniqlo (very conservative for all) Beams seems to cater to college age people but I see many middle aged...
dont do it. Zara's quality won't last long. invest in something better
World cup is coming up! anyone planning to buy any of the jerseys to wear at sporting events? I also think the national team jerseys, with limited ads, can be pretty decent for casual wear too.   I'm personally looking at the German and japan team, not sure long or short sleeve. but I like the French teams one which is a polo style jersey.
Uniqlo
For those casual days?   also, name brand (i.e. RL) on it? sports team? school? or just plain solid and unbranded
if the shirt is too long, past a certain point, it'll look too sloppy untucked. I think for a Medium sized shirt the length should be 25-28 inches.that said, it seems that Uniqlo did make something in that size.. their Madras shirts were perfect..but sadly it doesn't seem to be on their online store anymore.
There's a sale at RL. buy two, get each one for $40 (regular price 1 is $70). I've been needing some checked button shirts to wear casually (untucked). go for it or go for something cheaper like Uniqlo or other suggestions?        
thanks doflamingo. after looking at their size charts, it seems all their casual shirts run on the long side and probably can't be worn untucked.
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