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post #2341 of 14509
^ That's just the wool ones - not the wool flannel
I still don't see the Tasmanian suit for under 100 - the jacket's on sale but with the pants it's like $113
post #2342 of 14509
$100, $113 about same
post #2343 of 14509
too lazy to head out to Soho--are those holiday fleece BD shirts available yet? ty.
post #2344 of 14509
damn.. i should really pick up some +j suites for job searching. I'm 5'7 160lbs size small?
post #2345 of 14509

how much are the +j shirts now?

post #2346 of 14509
$30
post #2347 of 14509

So all the +j oxfords are now $30? 

post #2348 of 14509
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

damn.. i should really pick up some +j suites for job searching. I'm 5'7 160lbs size small?

Need a cheap suit too. Differences between +J and the regular tasmanian? Guessing I'm XS. Toasty, what size did you take? We're about the same chest but I'm skinnier overall.
post #2349 of 14509
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Originally Posted by skitlets View Post

Need a cheap suit too. Differences between +J and the regular tasmanian? Guessing I'm XS. Toasty, what size did you take? We're about the same chest but I'm skinnier overall.

Higher quality materials, detailing, design. I got a +J wool flannel suit and the buttons are horn or somesuch vs plastic.
post #2350 of 14509

Went today to the Uniqlo in fifth avenue. HUGE store I actually enjoyed looking around, very nicely designed store. I love the flannels they had. Will go back again soon and pick a few up.

post #2351 of 14509
Tasmanian suit:
jacket (slim) M
pant 31

same with +J
If regular instead of slim, I would take a small.

I particularly look at the shoulder measurements. Between 17.3 and 17.5, the different between regular and slim fit, they fit pretty well.

I only alter the jacket sleeve and the waist a little. A shirt layered with a sweater already causes pulling at the jacket in the waist. (oxford layered with vneck sweater then jacket) And of course the trousers all have to be hemmed.

Ordered Tasmanian suit x2 in gray/navy, +J in black flannel (might return the +J flannel jacket, thought it was $99.90 as well but that is only for the non-flannel wool)
Edited by gettoasty - 12/8/11 at 5:56pm
post #2352 of 14509
most of the good plus j suits are gone in small sizes. I was there today. Instead, check out the premium wool jackets from Uniqlo's regular line. They're 100 a piece (no matching pants unfortunately). They are way nicer than the tasmanian wool suits. I have a tasmanian wool blend suit from a few seasons ago and comparing the two, the old one is way better than what they're offering at the store now.
post #2353 of 14509
The navy wool premium down parka +J is such a damn steal at $130 its insane. Glad I returned the black and got the navy.
post #2354 of 14509
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Originally Posted by WhoKnewI View Post

I have a tasmanian wool blend suit from a few seasons ago and comparing the two, the old one is way better than what they're offering at the store now.

are these tasmanian wool blend suits new?

100% wool, but still called "wool blend"
http://store.uniqlo.com/jp/CSaGoods/503631
http://store.uniqlo.com/jp/CSaGoods/504531

have the regular tasmanian wool blend (98% Wool, 2% Elastane) jackets always been 3 roll 2 with 3 button cuffs, or is this new too?
http://www.uniqlo.com/us/CPaGoods/itemcode=069474
Edited by richardwallace - 12/9/11 at 1:33am
post #2355 of 14509
interesting, new tasmanian suits 100% wool.

nice!
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