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post #10756 of 11533
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Originally Posted by AlexMorgan View Post
 

how long does Uniqlo casual button down shirts go?

could they be worn untucked? or are they too long and need to be tucked?

 

the pictures on their site are not useful since the pictures is always of folded shirts or tucked in.

 

 

click on the size chart for detailed information on measurements, they're accurate from my own experience.

post #10757 of 11533
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Originally Posted by SmileForum View Post
 

click on the size chart for detailed information on measurements, they're accurate from my own experience.

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.

post #10758 of 11533

Everyone wears them untucked man. Unless you are very short, you shouldn't have a problem.

post #10759 of 11533
Hey guys grabbed some selvedge today... How are they? I got regular fit and my typical size was too tight.

Also picked up some premium v-necks and some socks for work
post #10760 of 11533
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Originally Posted by stick View Post

New oxford cloth is thinner and stiffer, will have to see how it changes after a few washes. Small detail change for the better, the last button now has a horizontal buttonhole.
that's definitely a nice revision.

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Originally Posted by AHShadow View Post

Hey, is anyone still proxying?? Interested in some flannels!

Thanks!
FYI, I'm finding my flannels from this year are slimmer and shorter than from the one I snagged last year.

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post #10761 of 11533

My lambswool cardigans are getting dumped at Goodwill this week. Just didn't hold up at all.

 

I think I'm done with Uniqlo outside of shirts and the occasional miscellaneous item (Ultra Light Down).

post #10762 of 11533
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Originally Posted by ChetB View Post

My lambswool cardigans are getting dumped at Goodwill this week. Just didn't hold up at all.

I think I'm done with Uniqlo outside of shirts and the occasional miscellaneous item (Ultra Light Down).

rotflmao.gif. I went to Uniqlo over the weekend and most of the shit there is terrible. I even tried on the new selvage denim and they were paper thin. The only thing I will ever get from them are OCBDs, socks, and draws.
post #10763 of 11533

Yeah, I'll keep buying the OCBDs. I like some of my flannels, and the tees work well for me too. 

 

ULD jacket was a sleeper hit for me...just the right function, fit, portability, and price. Wish I had bought one a long time ago.

post #10764 of 11533
my lw is holding up fine

flannels, ocbd, tees, socks and hopefully linen shirts

lol @ drawers being spells draws
post #10765 of 11533

My lambswool cardigans are all pilling like mad. Guess I could get a sweater stone.

 

Socks are decent. Would also like to try the linen shirts, and maybe the Airism undershirts/boxers, which just got a restock.

post #10766 of 11533
damn i'm about the pickiest person when it comes to knits but mine ain't really pillin dawg what are you doin with these? same ones I got the lw blended?
post #10767 of 11533

Yeah. I wear a backpack most days...that's probably what's causing it.

post #10768 of 11533
I just sort of accept it and move on
post #10769 of 11533
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Originally Posted by ChetB View Post
 

Everyone wears them untucked man. Unless you are very short, you shouldn't have a problem.


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.

post #10770 of 11533
So the selvedge is crap??
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