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post #11476 of 11709
them drawstring pants

they keep riding down after a few walks, any advice on how to make them stay up better?
post #11477 of 11709
gain weight or lose weight
post #11478 of 11709
There olive green chinos have been out of stock forever, what's the deal
post #11479 of 11709
a stronger knot is all they need apparently

really liking the drawstring pants, great for pairing with oversized batik prints
post #11480 of 11709

How to buy the linen pocket t shirts online??   Is it possible to just order through the phone and have them ship?

post #11481 of 11709
New denim shirts are nice. They fit like the camo flannels from earlier this year, so pretty slim throughout.
post #11482 of 11709
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Originally Posted by nineohtoo View Post

New denim shirts are nice. They fit like the camo flannels from earlier this year, so pretty slim throughout.
Can we get a fit pic? Hopefully you're talking about the slim fit denim shirt, not the new one they just released.
post #11483 of 11709
Do the regular chambrays fit much bigger than the slim fit oxfords? Those fit me great, and aren't really *that* slim. Like some of the non-bd collar chambrays but don't really want super baggy.

Measurements look only slightly bigger in the chest...but also shorter arms? Anyone confirm this? Arm length is sorta key for me...
post #11484 of 11709

From my experience, the slim oxfords are different than the regular shirting in just a few ways.  1)  there is no box pleat, so there is less material and 2) the arms are slimmer.   I am an S in uniqlo, but can't wear the S in a slim because the arms are too small.

post #11485 of 11709
random thought...do you think Uniqlo will remain the way it is now? basic, good quality for the cost and cheap?

i hope they do, but i could see an instance where the quality starts to fade down to an H&M level.
post #11486 of 11709
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Originally Posted by thefastlife View Post

random thought...do you think Uniqlo will remain the way it is now? basic, good quality for the cost and cheap?

i hope they do, but i could see an instance where the quality starts to fade down to an H&M level.

You mean OLD NAVY level. Uniqlo is not that much different than H&M.
post #11487 of 11709
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Originally Posted by Snoopy View Post


You mean OLD NAVY level. Uniqlo is not that much different than H&M.


Uniqlo has been using a lot more blended fabrics lately, I feel like the quality was better a year or two ago.  

post #11488 of 11709
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Originally Posted by falathar View Post


Uniqlo has been using a lot more blended fabrics lately, I feel like the quality was better a year or two ago.  

Oh yes of course. Uniqlo quality yearly keeps diminishing. I remember when their flannels were so nice. Then after the big bang (their internet store) everything just sank.
post #11489 of 11709

Will the leggings be restocked like airism? Or are they once a season thing?

post #11490 of 11709
don't worry guys i'm going to make a better line called multiqlo
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