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post #4726 of 12018
anyone ever received an item from uniqlo and didnt have a receipt for an item? im trying to return something but they arent answering my email and its like 10 more days.
post #4727 of 12018
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

I think they are meant for casual wear
I would never have one on in the office ...

Yeah, even for casual wear I don't like floppy collars. They're either stiffened by collar stays or buttoned down for me.
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Originally Posted by kushburner View Post

i want to buy some cheap vneck shirts. I normally wear S for uniqlo button ups but wear M for t-shirts in most other brands. Should I get S or M? Uniqlo button ups tend to run big

I also wear small in Uniqlo sport/dress shirts and wear their premium cotton undershirts and t-shirts in medium.
post #4728 of 12018
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Originally Posted by mrpo0nani View Post

Suddenlee couldn't find any linen jackets in XS. frown.gif
If anybody wants to sell their XS in navy or offwhite, lmk. I also have a navy one in size S worn less than 5 times.

China still has 6 navy ones in stock laugh.gif

I ordered a medium through a forwarder. I'll let you know if I got scammed next week.
post #4729 of 12018
Not sure which Premium Linen Jacket (Non-slim vs slim fit) you gentlemen are referring to, but the UK webstore have XS in all colours, apart from Navy (in the non-slim fit version)...

http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/070940 (Non-slim fit)
http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/071386 (Slim fit)

If you need a hand just drop me a PM !
post #4730 of 12018
Suddenlee hasn't responded to my emails since last Thursday. Anyone else not able to get in contact with them?
post #4731 of 12018
Yeah when there are deep sales like this they tend to get a bit backed up and can be slow to process orders/respond to emails. It can be a little bit frustrating, but they'll eventually take care of business. At least for me, any delays are worth it because (a) it's my only reliable means of buying anything from Uniqlo and (b) they are very thorough - any time an item I've requested has been unavailable, they've done everything they can to provide alternative options (e.g. last week I ordered a linen slim cut jacket in off white and it was unavailable, so they purchased a placeholder jacket to preserve the price and gave me a list of all colors available in the size I requested).
post #4732 of 12018
Can someone comment on the fit of the Dry Easy Jacket?

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post #4733 of 12018
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Originally Posted by Atleee View Post

Can someone comment on the fit of the Dry Easy Jacket? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show) ]

short, slim and a high buttoning point.

fabric is thin and has some stretch to it (kinda feels like a type of athletic material, almost) its unlined and there is absolutely no structure whatsoever in the jacket (no shoulder pads, etc).

check the measurements on the site, they're pretty accurate if i remember correctly.


if thats something you're into, i'd get it. I was in between sizes and wasn't 100% sold on the style, plus the UU easy jacket fit better and I liked the material and style more.
post #4734 of 12018
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Originally Posted by max_r View Post

short, slim and a high buttoning point.
fabric is thin and has some stretch to it (kinda feels like a type of athletic material, almost) its unlined and there is absolutely no structure whatsoever in the jacket (no shoulder pads, etc).
check the measurements on the site, they're pretty accurate if i remember correctly.
if thats something you're into, i'd get it. I was in between sizes and wasn't 100% sold on the style, plus the UU easy jacket fit better and I liked the material and style more.

Thanks. Its a shame theres no fit pics of it
post #4735 of 12018
i returned the dry easy. i thought it was surprisingly slim in the store, but then i realized it flared a bit in the back. i didnt mind that (it is an easy jacket) but the material felt stiff and didnt fall nicely when worn open (also pretty boxy unbottoned).
post #4736 of 12018
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Originally Posted by Atleee View Post

Thanks. Its a shame theres no fit pics of it
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Originally Posted by max_r View Post

got a size small dry easy jacket in light grey, pics for the person that was interested a few pages back Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I feel its a bit small/tight in the shoulders, and a bit shorter than I wanted. Shame, size medium was a big too big all over. I guess I'm just stuck between sizes for now. The hunt for a light grey jacket continues.

Edited by max_r - 7/5/12 at 8:53am
post #4737 of 12018

Anybody willing to proxy for the Saturday OCBD sale?

post #4738 of 12018
If anyone has a navy slim fit linen blazer in M they are trying to get rid of, let me know.

Suddenlee has been a pain to get in touch with lately and I'm still sitting on 3 incorrect items they sent me in my last order from a few weeks ago.
post #4739 of 12018
Yeah, I'm still waiting on Suddenlee to retrieve an item they sent to someone by mistake instead of sending them to me, they've been kinda shoddy on the communication front, though I suppose that could be due to all of the daily sales that are happening.
post #4740 of 12018
I also wear one of the plaid linen (madras?) shirts to work (casual Friday), and find that the collar is actually quite good compared to some madras shirts I own. The others tend to get very crinkly, while the Uniqlo shirt remains fairly substantial.

I thought the Easy Jacket fit quite nice, but unfortunately there's no vent. Couldn't imagine buying a new jacket without a vent.
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