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Don't know if it was just me but the white supima I received wasn't that bright of a white, looked a tinge bit yellow compared to another white shirt I had next to it.
Do you think 1" is about right and 2" is too much for a subtle stack?Also do you wash before hemming? Assuming wash and hang dry (no dryer at all), should you expect any shrinkage at all on the inseam?
Had no idea +J pieces would be re-released, awesome. If they are offered, I'm looking to cop the flannel straight dress pants, maybe the wool shawl collar cardigan if the pilling is fixed. I'm very curious how the quality will vary compared to the original pieces since it'll be a much more mass produced line I assume? Based on the sale prices I got for +J when last offered, the quality to price ratio was insane.
Unfortunately being short and buff is like the polar opposite of who SNS designs Starks for.I've seen a shortened Stark sold on ebay, looked decent from the pic. So if you really want a Stark, there's a way. Of course you'd need to find a really good tailor who could work with such a knit.
For the shirts I linked to, there's no way they designed those to be worn untucked based on the length.
I have a couple of these from this season: http://www.uniqlo.com/us/product/men-oxford-long-sleeve-shirt-069233.htmlFor a casual shirt I was surprised how long they were. I'd need to get a bit over 2" chopped off to wear them untucked.
GreyXBlack is back, these tend to go pretty fast. https://www.weargustin.com/campaigns/763
They have another denim grab bag up right now: Only these sizes available: 29 slim, 29 straight, 30 straight, 31 straight, 34 straight, 35 straight, 36 straight. If you select a size that's unavailable, your order will be canceled.
Great idea, it's one of those things you wonder why you didn't think of it before. Only downside could be they don't stack as nicely if you got them hemmed.BTW disappointed to hear about the A-B Fits hem not matching the original.
I emailed them about that before, here's their answer:Thank you for contacting the UNIQLO USA Customer Center.You are able to have pants you purchased online altered at any of our store locations. Please bring your pants with your shipping note and original tag.Our alteration policy is below.*Pants Over $20 pre tax are free of charge*Pants requiring blind stitch or pants under $20 pre tax, are a $5 fee for each pair needing alterations.*We do not offer alteration services...
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