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post #10246 of 11852
i found it in literally two seconds http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-flannel-checked-long-sleeve-shirt/078823-06-006?ref=mens-clothing%2Fmens-tops%2Fmens-casual-shirts

toasty why did you remove the pic?

stupid cashmere is sold out in my size in two of the oddball colors I wanted wtf, are people coppin this shit at full pop? at least the purple is still there
post #10247 of 11852
i keep an album on flickr and anything i don't own anymore or don't like gets deleted. in this case it was both redface.gif
post #10248 of 11852
Just stocked up on premium cotton tees, were on sale recently at my local shop. Managed to find a few pairs of 98% cotton 2% spandex tapereds but fuck I sized down (like apc pc) and they're a tad big after a couple wears but no biggie. And will confirm that the slim fit wool blend jacket fit is on point. Also thought I managed to score the mountain parka on cheap but it was placed in the sale bin by mistake. Meh.
post #10249 of 11852
Toasty... would you say that jacket's pants are not matching given that they have a lighter hue?
post #10250 of 11852

Is the general consensus to size down for the ULD jacket?


Edited by Don L - 11/18/13 at 12:14pm
post #10251 of 11852
no, I went TTS and it's slim but not fitted. might try sizing down if you're planning to use it as a liner for another jacket (though I can't imagine fitting into a M myself).
post #10252 of 11852
I'm 5'10, 170 and the medium is a good fit for me, lengths in the body and arms are good, maybe a bit roomy in the arms, and my arms are particularly bigger (16").

Could size down to a small if you wanted to use it as a liner, but I imagine it would be quite snug. Incredibly warm though!
post #10253 of 11852
Quote:
Originally Posted by Don L View Post

Is the general consensus to size down for the ULD jacket?

I sized down and I'm pretty happy with the fit. I talked crap about the fit on ULD earlier on this thread but its actually decent when sized properly.
post #10254 of 11852
I was 5'9 and wavering between 145 to 150 lb last FW and an XS fit pretty ace. Like perfect glove fit
post #10255 of 11852

Not sure about the the lambswool cardigan. Thoughts?

 

 

It's slightly more fitted than I'd like when buttoned—not tight, just not loose like I prefer. I'll probably wear it unbuttoned if I keep it.

post #10256 of 11852
Looks good imo ChetB
post #10257 of 11852

Thanks. I'm going try one size up to be sure.

 

I'm thinking L will end up a little too big, M a little too small.


Edited by ChetB - 11/19/13 at 1:45pm
post #10258 of 11852
I was not a fan of the natural color cardigan FWIW. Decided to return. Came off too feminine. I tend to stick to darker shades of color though (navy, green, charcoal) YMMV

Looks good on you
post #10259 of 11852

Got the Jersey Blazer i ordered a week ago, im really happy with it tho i expected it to be a bit heavier, its very soft and not warm at all, also im really glad i went one size down, an XS fits perfectly even tho im usually a Small to a Medium depending on brand.

 

post #10260 of 11852

I can see that, toasty. I just reordered everything in large, and the natural wasn't available, so I got navy, green, and light gray.

 

Here's another shot of the medium, buttoned. A little snug, right?

 

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