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post #3301 of 11537
Got two more oxfords with the sale, I wish I could've bought more. The fabric is nicer than earlier years, and I'm really digging the pink ones that they had.
post #3302 of 11537
UU Outerwear is underwhelming to me. I like a few shirts but will wait for the sales. Pants are nice, comfortable fit. I picked up the cropped cargo.

cropped with size zip.
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cargo pants

469

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post #3303 of 11537
Yea those oxfords in medium fit me just about perfect, thanks so much yoo!
post #3304 of 11537

I take it the blousons aren't worth it judging by responses here? Too bad, I liked the hooded one, oh well

 

How were the sweat full zips?

For the check shirts, what material is it and how do they fit?

Was thinking of getting the gray jeans, but I can't figure out how to size on them. I'm used to wearing a 32 in levis 514/501 and it fits a little loose in the waist, which is fine with a belt. On the UK sizing chart, it says that, according to my waist measurement I should get a size 32, but then it says that a size 32 uniqlo is actually 34 inches around the waist which seems huge. Any help?

 

shit i'm confused

 

Edit: 2 more since I'm already being annoying enough. Is the whole line in the NY store cuz the UK store has some things as unavailable

Anyone care to explain the difference in the many different plain tees they have?

 

post #3305 of 11537
no short sleeve tees and no graphics tops yet for the mens at the NYC stores.
post #3306 of 11537
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no short sleeve tees and no graphics tops yet for the mens at the NYC stores.


coming in April. the website says

post #3307 of 11537
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Got my shirts from yoo, thanks mate! I didn't remember the oxfords were this heavy, we're talking a really sturdy fabric like those 1950s grey suited men would have loved. Uniqlo has some pretty impressive fabrics for the price (I also liked the Tasmanian wool). If you're like me and you throw away your white shirts after a year this is a more than decent option Stitching is not incredible but looks solid and the cheap buttons won't fall off on you. I've had bespoke shirts in the $250-350 range (that was a few years ago so I'm assuming they're $350-$500 now) that I didn't really care for more, make no mistake they were obviously better built and the fabric was more elaborate but nothing I really give a fuck about.
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Just got my oxfords from yoo, as well. I have one from 2010 and the material they're using now still feels sturdy and substantial.* Great for the price, and even better for the promotion price. I sized up to a large because the arms and shoulders were a bit tight on me for the mediums. I'll probably need to get the body slimmed a bit, but it's a really nice fit everywhere else.
And because I suspect a lot of guys are getting the oxfords from yoo, here's a helpful post from aeglus on getting a good collar roll:
*I'm actually selling this right now, since it's a medium and a bit tight in the arms for me now.
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Yea those oxfords in medium fit me just about perfect, thanks so much yoo!

glad the shirts worked out smile.gif i picked up quite a few myself
post #3308 of 11537
Any further word on the linen shirts? Curious if sizing is in line with everything else and whether or not they wrinkle easily as someone said last year's shirts did.
post #3309 of 11537
Gimme oxford chest width on med and large prease.

Do they still flare at the waist?
post #3310 of 11537
Chest on the large is a bit under 22". The hem of the shirt seems to be about the same. Like I said, the fit of the body in the medium was probably better for me, but the chest was a bit close (I think the medium was about 21" and my chest is about 42") and the upper arms were too tight for my liking.
post #3311 of 11537
Hrmmm medium sounds good but may be a smidge too small, can't go won't go for large. Shit.

Hate waist flare.

Btw, wore the thermal back in jan and large was perfect, slightly loose. If I get more swole I'll look like D Wade arriving at the staples center last week.
post #3312 of 11537
Checked out UU, only the Parka seemed interesting enough for a later pickup.
post #3313 of 11537
idk where the guy above me is getting his measurements from but here is what I got from a size medium on the oxfords I got today from yoo

Shoulder: 18.5"
Chest: 21.7"
Length(back from bottom of collar to hem): 30"
Sleeve from shoulder seam to end of cuff: 25.5"

Click the size chart on this link for Uniqlos measurements, seems like mine match up more with a size small than medium but I am a bit buzzed
http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/069233
post #3314 of 11537
I picked up the blazers which are decent for spring/summer and a couple of light cotton sweaters. The kids stuff was the nicest in the collection.
post #3315 of 11537
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UU Outerwear is underwhelming to me. I like a few shirts but will wait for the sales. Pants are nice, comfortable fit. I picked up the cropped cargo.
cropped with size zip.
469
cargo pants
469
469

what shirt is that?
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