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post #11536 of 11848

anyone know what the pants on the right are. Look like a slim version of the lounge pants. In-store only?

 

post #11537 of 11848
Does the $7 return fee (when using the prepaid label) apply to exchanges as well? I received a few items one of which is a navy t-shirt that was on sale for $7.90 but I'm not a fan of the color (too dark - practically black). Obviously not worth returning for a refund less the $7, but I'd definitely take a different color.
post #11538 of 11848
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Originally Posted by jimanchower View Post

Does the $7 return fee (when using the prepaid label) apply to exchanges as well? I received a few items one of which is a navy t-shirt that was on sale for $7.90 but I'm not a fan of the color (too dark - practically black). Obviously not worth returning for a refund less the $7, but I'd definitely take a different color.

they dont do exchanges last time i checked
post #11539 of 11848

Wait until you return something else and combine returns. Even if that's past the 30 day limit they'll still give you a credit.

post #11540 of 11848
Thanks for the feedback. I emailed their CS about an exchange and they said to call, that they'd do free shipping on a replacement item and waive the return fee on the "navy" t-shirt. A bit of a hassle but can't ask for much more.
post #11541 of 11848
Picked up a few pocket tee linen shirts on sale. Haven't put any on but hoping they will stay cool for the summer months.
post #11542 of 11848
Do they still have the dry dress pants? I liked those..

edit nvm found them derp. Got damned a 9" rise on a size 34, you kids now adays...
post #11543 of 11848
Got the lounge pants and the black selvedge jeans in the mail today.

Lounge pants are great. If you're between sizes, size up—mediums were surprisingly slim but larges have a nice relaxed fit.

I hate the short rise on the slim jeans. Not sure if I can put up with it and will probably stick to the relaxed fit jeans + taper in the future
post #11544 of 11848

I got the regular straight selvedge and don't really like it, top is fine but the rest is way too loose and flappy, it's regular straight I know but I don't like the fit. Construction and fabric is great for the price.

post #11545 of 11848
Ugh why are these jacquard socks so big for size 8 feet.

Also tried out the dry fit slim pants, only seat is slim, hem not so much.

Button down denim shirts are basically thin dyed chambray style shirts. Perfect for summer.

New slim fit Oxfords seem less in quality than the first batch a yr ago, but the fit is pretty good.
Edited by Hermitedge - 7/25/14 at 10:01am
post #11546 of 11848
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Do they still have the dry dress pants? I liked those..

edit nvm found them derp. Got damned a 9" rise on a size 34, you kids now adays...

I've post this a dozen times, but once again - uniqlo measures rise from the bottom of the waistband, so add 1-1.5in to all the rise measurements
post #11547 of 11848
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post

I've post this a dozen times, but once again - uniqlo measures rise from the bottom of the waistband, so add 1-1.5in to all the rise measurements

Ah, interesting. Good tip.
post #11548 of 11848

Looking for some advice:

 

Last year in London I got the "shiny"-ish (I'll assume you get which ones I mean) black skinny tapereds in the 98% cotton version.
Tried on both 30, 29, 28 and decided on the 28/34 since I'd heard from people here that they stretched (which they did)
Have used them extensively since then, and now they at last blew out in the crotch some month ago.

So, planning to buy a new pair for fall/winter, and just wondering if I should get the same ones (not available online in 28/34 but got a guy who can proxy) or if the new legging jeans are nicer?

Really liked the fit, length and the wax-ish effect, but if the legging jeans are a deep black and as comfortable as some here say, I might change my mind.

Also want to get some heattech for fall/winter, from the website it looks like the neck-opening on the l/s v-necks is larger than the crew-necks, correct? 

(don't want them to show under shirts/sweatshirts/knits)

And heattech fits tts right?

post #11549 of 11848
How are the briefs now? I'm looking for something similar to Fruit of the Looms boxer briefs in a medium but with more subdue color and zero branding.

Just thought I'd ask before checking out Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Barney's etc.


fwiw i tried on Uniqlo in the past and the rise was too low...way too snug. I believe the size was a large. Would I need XL? So, size up x2


edit:

NVM I ordered the dry stretch in size medium. Perhaps I need a large in their regular boxer briefs..
Edited by gettoasty - 7/26/14 at 9:43pm
post #11550 of 11848

IME they fit true to size (I'm a 34 and buy Ls), and the rise is ok if you avoid low rise models.

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