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post #4861 of 11709
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

Has anyone here thought about picking up some knits from the women collection?
i.e.

Looking for a cheap light weight and long cardigan type knit. Would probably take off the buttons (leave 1 maybe for closure)
2 out of the 4 are definitely linen.

Only problem is that women's cardigan button the opposite way and have extremely slim sleeves. If you size up a bit and get a button-less one, it might not be too obvious.

post #4862 of 11709
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

Has anyone here thought about picking up some knits from the women collection?
i.e.
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Looking for a cheap light weight and long cardigan type knit. Would probably take off the buttons (leave 1 maybe for closure)
2 out of the 4 are definitely linen.

this one definitely looks tempting.
post #4863 of 11709
Really like the 2nd one. Kinda similar to this Viridi-anne cardi I've been looking at, except I can actually afford this one.

If something is on sale on the UK site does that generally mean it'll be on sale in the US too?
post #4864 of 11709
Are there any short sleeve oxfords available in blue,white and pink?
post #4865 of 11709
sleeves are going to be sooo short
post #4866 of 11709
im having a hard time figuring out which of the shirts are dress shirts. can anyone post which one it is? is it all of the easy care shirts? i m looking for a plain white one thats for suits and stuff
post #4867 of 11709
Promos this week?
post #4868 of 11709
Anyone try the cotton stretch jacket? Thoughts on fit, material, etc?
post #4869 of 11709
Premium linen 3 button jacket arrived. That thing fits like a tent! Had to take about 3-4 inches from the waist to make it fit, which I think I already mentioned earlier. The lapels seem to be rather hard to manage.
post #4870 of 11709
you prob bought the regular fit one. the slim fit one fit so much better.
post #4871 of 11709
I'm still waiting for the Uniqlo and H&M e-commerce deal they promised back in 2009 :P
post #4872 of 11709
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Originally Posted by pronxs View Post

you prob bought the regular fit one. the slim fit one fit so much better.

Yeah I did, ran out of navy in the slim fit one so I went for the regular.
post #4873 of 11709
The F/W stuff is slowly trickling into the Korean stores, even though it's 30C with 90% humidity outside.

The darker colors on the new cotton sweaters and hoodies are very bold, especially the forest green and wine. Very tempted, but I'm afraid of them fading.
The long-sleeve soft-touch tees are, in fact, ridiculously soft. Again, bright colors.
They have this new "comfort jacket," which is a FW version of their SS dry easy jackets. Half-lined, patch pockets, no vents... just a thicker material. The brown's texture looks good in person. I may actually go back and pick this one up.
The usual merino and lambswool offerings are back. The lambswool is the same thick-but-itchy stuff, but the EFM seems to be much better this year - a little thicker to make it actually substantial. Definitely going to get a EFM cardigan and maybe a v-neck.
post #4874 of 11709
this looks interesting. sorry for the huge ass pics.
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post #4875 of 11709
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Originally Posted by .Impulsv View Post

They have this new "comfort jacket," which is a FW version of their SS dry easy jackets. Half-lined, patch pockets, no vents... just a thicker material. The brown's texture looks good in person. I may actually go back and pick this one up.

Do they have the Comfort Jacket in any colors other than brown?
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