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post #1531 of 11566

Does anyone know of the hemming process for jeans at UNIQLO? I have a pair of jeans I bought from there a while back I might like to shorten.

post #1532 of 11566
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Originally Posted by ballmouse View Post

Does anyone know of the hemming process for jeans at UNIQLO? I have a pair of jeans I bought from there a while back I might like to shorten.


In Japan it's included if you bought at retail, not sure about elsewhere.
post #1533 of 11566

Hi everyone. Can anyone tell me how the +j peacoat fits?

I can't figure out whether I'm a S or XS, and a bit worried by the claims that their sizing is a bit messed up. I'm about 5'7, 60kg/132lb. I wear wear 34"-36" in a suit.

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Originally Posted by ballmouse View Post

Does anyone know of the hemming process for jeans at UNIQLO? I have a pair of jeans I bought from there a while back I might like to shorten.


i believe if u bought it in NYC store and still have the receipt they'll be happy to shorten it for u. just ask any SA for details.
post #1535 of 11566
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Originally Posted by taja View Post

Hi everyone. Can anyone tell me how the +j peacoat fits?

I can't figure out whether I'm a S or XS, and a bit worried by the claims that their sizing is a bit messed up. I'm about 5'7, 60kg/132lb. I wear wear 34"-36" in a suit.


well its hard to tell with no pics of you and you dont even know if your a 34 or a 36 chest/suit. pick one and someone can help you from there
post #1536 of 11566
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Originally Posted by kaws N effect View Post

if anyone need a uniqlo proxy, feel free to pm me. i only charge retail, shipping and donation. i will ship fast.


honestly, don't proxy through this guy. Did not have a good experience with him. pm me for details.

I would recommend Suddenlee over anything else.
post #1537 of 11566
ouch that sucks ... called out right on the board
post #1538 of 11566
plei89 is also an excellent uniqlo proxy.
post #1539 of 11566
Anyone able to proxy me these two:

MEN Premium Wool Flat Front Trousers size 31x34 06GRAY

MEN (+J)Wool Flannel Straight Trousers 31x34 08GRAY

or anyone use Suddenlee with success? Seems like they are only charging the item price + their service fee, but what about international shipping etc?
Edited by gettoasty - 10/8/11 at 9:08pm
post #1540 of 11566
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Originally Posted by AHShadow View Post

Hey, has anyone handled the "Japanese Engineered" denim at 9.90$? Also, can anyone tell me what colors do they have?? Thanks!

The $9.90 denim will be released this upcoming Friday at the 5th Ave. opening.
post #1541 of 11566
Is this a good deal for this uniqlo peacoat?
post #1542 of 11566
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Originally Posted by Kross View Post

Is this a good deal for this uniqlo peacoat?

It's more than I would pay, considering it's not even +J
post #1543 of 11566
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

It's more than I would pay, considering it's not even +J

agreed
post #1544 of 11566
the +J cropped pea coat from last fall was on ebay a few weeks ago. Feel so bad I couldn't bid since I really want that one, went for 150 too....
post #1545 of 11566
Button Stance: I'm seeing a lot of talk about this. Jil and Jil designed by Raf has always had a mid to high button stance. Whether you think this is good or bad you should determine by taste. The mid/high stance* is usually an older aesthetic - APC suiting still uses it and if you pay attention, APC besides denim is basically 70's wear made slimmer. It's not, by default, a bad look. If you look around a lot of modern suiting has a deep as your waist stance which is just as bad. As an FYI, the three button suit is considered "older" and out of fashion compared to the two button these days, and the four to five button should never be considered.

*If you want to get all MC about it, stance should be called gorge (the depth of the V cause by the button stance).
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