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post #2986 of 11493
Hmm ok.
Need to go to NYC soon ffs. smile.gif
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I have no idea how to search for this in such a huge thread, but are sizes in Asia smaller than American sizes?

For people who are around 5'8 145lbs, what size are you in dress shirts? small?

post #2988 of 11493
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Originally Posted by mystix View Post

I have no idea how to search for this in such a huge thread, but are sizes in Asia smaller than American sizes?
For people who are around 5'8 145lbs, what size are you in dress shirts? small?

Yeah, you'd probably be a small, potentially an XS depending on the item and how you carry your weight. I'm 5'9" and 140, and I wear an XS/Japanese Small in most of their button-ups
post #2989 of 11493
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Originally Posted by mystix View Post

I have no idea how to search for this in such a huge thread, but are sizes in Asia smaller than American sizes?
For people who are around 5'8 145lbs, what size are you in dress shirts? small?

Look at measurements on Uniqlo UK site. Then for example if you are a S that = at japanese medium, xs = japanese small. Also the sleeves are shorter on items from Uniqlo stores in Asia.
post #2990 of 11493
Sorry to bug you guys about another sizing question:

I'm getting stuff from the Chinese Uniqlo website. I want their oxford shirts. I have 2 questions:

1) Are these oxford shirts meant to be worn untucked? I think the answer was no, but I'm not sure if the ones currently on the website were the ones that people were talking about.

2) I'm 5'10" and 165-ish pounds, but I'm pretty much lean muscle, not fat. Asian Medium or Large? I wear a small in J Crew shirts and medium in H&M shirts (those are the only references I have. Sorry!).

If these questions have been asked before, please excuse me. Search function wasn't really working very properly for me, so I just tried to scroll through the posts and might have overlooked some.

Thanks SF!
post #2991 of 11493
medium in asian uniqlo.
post #2992 of 11493
The Asian Uniqlo M sleeves are going to be very short on you. I think you should try to get US/UK items instead.
post #2993 of 11493
Actually, I have really short arms for my height. Sounds pretty awesome. Any opinion about wearing em untucked?

Thanks guys.
post #2994 of 11493
I am 5'10, 150lbs. I wear small in JCrew, medium slim fits at HnM, and Asian medium shirts at Uniqlo.

I agree with the Asian medium on the oxfords, as its the size I wear. I weigh less than you, but have shoulders that require bigger shirts.
The shirts are too long to wear untucked. I have a longer torso, and the tail especially is still too long for me.
Edited by .Impulsv - 2/23/12 at 8:47pm
post #2995 of 11493

Stopped by the 34th street store today.  Washed Cotton V-Necks are on sale for $9.90.  Washed Cotton Cardigans and Crewnecks are on sale for $19.90 this week. Seemed be a decent selection available.

post #2996 of 11493
Anyone know if the Vintage Chinos are on sale? Or the straight fit jeans?


. . . . or the merino/cashmere v-neck?
Edited by Matt44 - 2/23/12 at 8:05pm
post #2997 of 11493
who is a good proxy here
post #2998 of 11493
Suddenlee is a great proxy for Uniqlo.
post #2999 of 11493
anyone like the long sleeve tees? thinking about getting some rather than the cotton sweaters
post #3000 of 11493
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Originally Posted by andrewsd View Post

anyone like the long sleeve tees? thinking about getting some rather than the cotton sweaters

Yes - I've got a few - decent fit, decent quality - can't go wrong for the price.
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