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post #10936 of 11879
new oxfords have slightly shorter sleeves. good if you're under 6'0 or so. new cotton-cashmere v-neck sweaters fit well and are warm enough for weather in the low 50s-high 60s, no complaints for $20 on sale.
post #10937 of 11879
linen shirts came in (got white and navy). I sized down from medium to small and I like the fit which is comparable to the flannels. I haven't handled enough premium linen to really gauge the quality but it feels nice and breezy if a lil scratchy (not stiff or rough imo) tho. navy's great, darker than it looks online, but avoid the white as it's completely sheer (even a white v-neck under it looks weird). might pick up a few more colors, overall I'd recommend.
post #10938 of 11879

^ Thanks for the review. I was going to get some whites but will avoid.

post #10939 of 11879
I should probably mention that I sized down for the flannels too. if you went TTS like a lot of people did, go TTS for these.
post #10940 of 11879

Hi,

 

I have been looking for olive green chinos for a while now, and Uniqlo´s vintage chinos seem to fit the bill. My question to all the chino owners: Have you been satisfied with them? Thanks in advance.

post #10941 of 11879
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Originally Posted by Cadenza View Post

Hi,

I have been looking for olive green chinos for a while now, and Uniqlo´s vintage chinos seem to fit the bill. My question to all the chino owners: Have you been satisfied with them? Thanks in advance.

I have 2pairs but only for a few weeks. I'm pretty happy with them so far. Decent fit, decent price.
post #10942 of 11879
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Originally Posted by feliks View Post

linen shirts came in (got white and navy). I sized down from medium to small and I like the fit which is comparable to the flannels. I haven't handled enough premium linen to really gauge the quality but it feels nice and breezy if a lil scratchy (not stiff or rough imo) tho. navy's great, darker than it looks online, but avoid the white as it's completely sheer (even a white v-neck under it looks weird). might pick up a few more colors, overall I'd recommend.

 

get us some fit pics if you get a chance! i just put in an order for 3 of them and the only thing i'm worried about is the collar

post #10943 of 11879
how is that going to affect you as you've already placed the order? usually people wait for feedback before they buy things but in your case it doesn't matter
post #10944 of 11879

idk, because i'm impatient and curious 

post #10945 of 11879
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Originally Posted by feliks View Post

navy's great, darker than it looks online, but avoid the white as it's completely sheer (even a white v-neck under it looks weird). might pick up a few more colors, overall I'd recommend.

Last and this season’s navy is rather a dark blue. You are right about the white ones, but you shouldn’t wear anything under a linen shirt, it’s supposed to keep you cool.



Quote:
Originally Posted by Cadenza View Post

I have been looking for olive green chinos for a while now, and Uniqlo´s vintage chinos seem to fit the bill. My question to all the chino owners: Have you been satisfied with them? Thanks in advance.

They are good for the price. I always have one or two pairs in my rotation.
post #10946 of 11879
post #10947 of 11879
Awesome. You can wear them a size tight or a size loose, wrinkled or fresh. A++ for the money, you probably have to move to $150+ til you find something substantially better.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cadenza View Post

Hi,

I have been looking for olive green chinos for a while now, and Uniqlo´s vintage chinos seem to fit the bill. My question to all the chino owners: Have you been satisfied with them? Thanks in advance.
post #10948 of 11879
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Originally Posted by easy_golfing View Post


I have 2pairs but only for a few weeks. I'm pretty happy with them so far. Decent fit, decent price.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Bullitt View Post


They are good for the price. I always have one or two pairs in my rotation.

 

 

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Originally Posted by brimley View Post

Awesome. You can wear them a size tight or a size loose, wrinkled or fresh. A++ for the money, you probably have to move to $150+ til you find something substantially better.

 

Thanks everyone, it´s good to hear your positive experiences. Getting olive chinos has taken far too long for me...

post #10949 of 11879
Let's see some pics of the linen shirts, guys
post #10950 of 11879
actually like the white linen
the navy linen is very dark, dont know how i'd wear w dark jeans, definitely only goes w khaki or olive color pants
light blue xs is out ggs
maybe another white or pink hmm
the linen blazers shoulders are weird, form wack lumps
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