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Printed shorts are $1.90 right now :laugh: Mostly L or bigger.

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Oxford shirts – They are pretty much my favorite shirts under 50 bucks. The only knock on the shirts are the puny collars. At times, it's even difficult to wrap 3-inch ties around my collar without exposing parts of it around the back my neck. Brook Brothers and Kamakura shirts are definitely higher quality but they are around three times the price. If anybody likes the oxford shirts and are looking for a similar cut but with higher quality fabrics and construction, I would recommend the Tokyo slim-fitted Kamakura shirts.

Airism – The shirts are great for the summer as undershirts since they absorb sweat. Rather than having soaked armpits and a drenched back, the shirt will keep you dry. I’ve tried wearing nothing but a dress shirt compared to a dress shirt/Airism combo, and I would say the lather keeps me cooler even though it may sound counterintuitive by wearing an extra layer.

Heattech – It basically performs what the company claims. Not much is needed to say about this item other than it works, but it’s not going to keep you much warmer than a regular cotton t-shirt.

Premium cotton T-shirt – It doesn’t stretch like all the other brands at a similar price point. I’ve washed it and line dried it a few times, and it’s still holding up pretty well.

Slim-straight jeans –They are jeans with some elastic material so it bends as you move to not restrict movements as you would experience with stiffer jeans. It doesn’t really feel like you’re wearing a rugged pair of jeans. It feels better than regular jeans, but I’m not sure if this type of fabric is for everybody.

Flannel shirts – The fabric is awesome but the quality control on the cutting of the shirt is horrendous. Some flannels are not constructed correctly, making some of my shirts drape awkwardly to the left or right. Just try it on before buying, even if you know your size.

Hope this helps the community.
post #10023 of 11180
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Are the white oxfords off white as listed on the site?

They're a pretty standard white...if that makes sense. I wouldn't call them "off white"

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Hi,

Can anyone recommend what size I should go with in the uniqlo oxford shirt? I'm looking for a slim fitting oxford shirt, measurements are 31' waist, 44' chest, 6'2 , 198lbs athletic build. I don't have a uniqlo near me was so planning on ordering online. 

Thanks 

Jonathan

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L
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Definitely a l

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i want to order those heavy/chunky cardigans.

i wear a small in their slim oxford shirts. should i go with a small in the cardigans as well or size up to a medium ? i don't want them to be too loose. i'd like it to fit like how it's modelled on the site.

also, the duffle/toggle coat. i assume i should go with a small as well ? anyone buy one ? it really sucks not being near a uniqlo to try the things on before buying.
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L

 

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Definitely a l

 

 

Thank you! That was my inclination. Have you got any experience with the ultra light down? I think its perfect for Irish weather, but I see they don't stock a slim fit any more
post #10029 of 11180
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uld is nice, and as a L in everything else uniqlo myself, the L vest gives a nice slim fit (prob don't need any slimmer), maybe even a bit too tight in the pits
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Talks of a Chicago store have been going on for years. AFAIK they're having trouble finding a suitable location.

I'd love one in Woodfield as I live 15 minutes from there but unfortunately for me it will most likely end up on State St.

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I wear a small in uld but regular fit, spot on.
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I'm looking to buy their Wool blend slim fit flat front pants and also perhaps a pair of the chinos. Does anyone have experience with these> How are they? Also, what size should I buy? I'm a 32 waist.

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Anyone know the measurements of the leg opening of the wool blend flat front pants? Considering grabbing the whole suit if it goes on sale since I tried the jacket and it fits fairly well.
post #10034 of 11180
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Originally Posted by TimothyShaw View Post

I'm looking to buy their Wool blend slim fit flat front pants and also perhaps a pair of the chinos. Does anyone have experience with these> How are they? Also, what size should I buy? I'm a 32 waist.

They are great. Recommended. You'll probably want a 31 but check the measurements on uniqlo.com.
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Anyone have leg measurements for a SZ28 for these two?

 

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-skinny-fit-tapered-jeans/078971-68-032

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-slim-fit-straight-jeans/078966-09-035

 

Also is the rise really 8.5 inches? How's anyone suppose to wear those...

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