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post #2056 of 12691
refer to measurements on UK site.

eg. http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/support/size/069811_size.html

You'll need a Small it seems. XS probably very tight, but try it on?
post #2057 of 12691

Ya, u prob need XS in UK/US sizing or S in Asian size.

 


 

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Originally Posted by AHShadow View Post

I am also in need of a suit and was wondering if an XS +J Slim fit would fit someone with a 34 chest and a <17" shoulders??
Thanks!


 

post #2058 of 12691

Are there any other uk proxy's besides crohnoes that you guys would recommend?

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Are there any other uk proxy's besides crohnoes that you guys would recommend?

briony
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I'm still offering a proxy service from the uk. Search my username to find feedback and my thread which outlines my fees and service.
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I tried that coat on multiple times because they were sold out of the black +J peacoat in NYC. The thinness of the wool was one of the main reasons I decided against it. The athletic fix compared of the +J definitely flattered me more, but with the markdowns bringing down the prices down to equal I had to go with the greater quality coat.
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Originally Posted by McCurry View Post

Here is a Asian M sized Peacoat. The fit is spot on. I am 5'7 145 for reference. My only complaint is that it seems be a little bit thin for my taste, I doubt I will be able to layer too much. I wish I could add a layer of thinsulate to it
post #2063 of 12691

Just wondering if any of you have experience with Asian vs US/UK sizing..

 

I bought a couple XS dress shirts from the NYC SoHo store in March 2010, which fit fairly well (neck/sleeve length/shirt length/shoulders/a bit too wide around the stomach though).  My girlfriend bought me a "slim" dress shirt at the Hong Kong store in a Small in December 2010 and it was way too tight, a tad too short, shoulders too small, cuffs too tight, and neck was too small. 

 

Do you think the sizing difference is more like 2 sizes rather than 1 since I think an Asian medium probably would have fit well?  I guess it might depend on different pieces of clothing too... I have Small no-collar shirts/tshirts from the SoHo store that fit well.

post #2064 of 12691
the difference was that one was slim wile the other was regular cut, IMO.

if you tried on the same shirt in XS then in S in HK, it would be similar. Slim fit does make a difference for some stores
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

mellow, are you usually a XS then in uniqlo crew/vneck sweaters? (EFM, lambswool, etc.)

Small. I wear button down shirts underneath sweaters, I need extra room for layering.
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i c i c.

i picked up 3 small lambswool vneck/crew in small. weird that we are same size, or i am just sizing wrong.

my experience (from jcrew size medium) was that medium wool sweaters fit too big. crossing fingers for some stretch

i planned on wearing without shirts underneath for the most part though. satisfied.gif
post #2067 of 12691
Copped wine and pine cardis, chunky cardi and heattechs shouts out to mah boy for hookin it up.
post #2068 of 12691
oh my word, i just got my chest measured and its under 37"

yeah i think a small will fit me. ffs
post #2069 of 12691
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Suddenlee was convenient, responsive, and slightly less than the usual 10% that other proxies charge. Items shipped the next day for $4.50 cross-country, and they take returns. Completely no-fuss transaction; I will definitely use them again when I need a NYC proxy. Thanks to whoever recommended them.
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

the difference was that one was slim wile the other was regular cut, IMO.
if you tried on the same shirt in XS then in S in HK, it would be similar. Slim fit does make a difference for some stores


It's just weird that parts like the neck, cuffs, and shoulders are all smaller for "slim" fit.  It's more like slim and small fit... lol

 

My girlfriend probably thought I would fit into the slim fit since I'm a pretty slim guy.  Maybe Asians in Asia are super skinny.

 

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