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post #5701 of 12366
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Originally Posted by mumbai View Post

im looking for dress shirts mainly in white, pink and light blue, are the FINE POPLIN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT the one im looking for? or are there better ones?

UU shirts or that. Note that Uniqlo has one neck size/sleeve length per chest size, so you should check the measurements before buying unless you interested in inexpensive but poorly fitting shirts.
post #5702 of 12366

How would you all rate their polos and sweaters in terms of quality?  Obviously, I'm not expecting top of the line but just something decent enough to hold up for a few months.  I'm awaiting the online store to open, since I'm out of the market area, but have heard decent things about their clothing.

 

Also in terms of sizing, do you find their items and such to run small/long?  I know their supposed to be somewhat slim fitting.   I'm about 5'9", 165-170lbs, athletic build (upperbody particularly), 37.5 inch chest, 31-32 inch waist and always am stuck between a small and medium.  I notice their sizing chart has small for up to a 38" chest but I'm somewhat apprehensive about going crazy and ordering  then find out it's insanely snug or too long.

post #5703 of 12366

fits will vary between garment types, but based on your stats you're probably a Medium

post #5704 of 12366

online store gonna go up on the 22nd according to the email i got

post #5705 of 12366
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Originally Posted by negrusarticulus View Post

How would you all rate their polos and sweaters in terms of quality?  Obviously, I'm not expecting top of the line but just something decent enough to hold up for a few months.  I'm awaiting the online store to open, since I'm out of the market area, but have heard decent things about their clothing.

Also in terms of sizing, do you find their items and such to run small/long?  I know their supposed to be somewhat slim fitting.   I'm about 5'9", 165-170lbs, athletic build (upperbody particularly), 37.5 inch chest, 31-32 inch waist and always am stuck between a small and medium.  I notice their sizing chart has small for up to a 38" chest but I'm somewhat apprehensive about going crazy and ordering  then find out it's insanely snug or too long.

I'm about the same build as you. Medium runs long in both the arm and body for me. Small fits better in terms of length but chest can be quite fitted almost, but not yet, to the point where the shirt tugs on the buttons.
post #5706 of 12366
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Originally Posted by Justo View Post

online store gonna go up on the 22nd according to the email i got

FUCK THATS SO SOOON. FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF CAN"T WAIT

love you suddenlee, but lol

I really hope they keep the site mad updated.
post #5707 of 12366
Can use Suddenlee for other stuff still, like sample sales.
post #5708 of 12366
Like other company sample sales? I never thought about that.. although I don't follow the fashion world close enough anymore to know what pieces / when.
post #5709 of 12366
They aren't a Uniqlo-only proxy... they proxy anything in the NY area.
post #5710 of 12366
Pretty much all I buy is Uniqlo clothes. Other than the occasional purchase from The Curatory here in Raleigh.
post #5711 of 12366
finally, bout to cop me a smoking bubble jacket and a couple lambswool cardis LOL

actually pissed they opened sf location bc now I gotta pay tax

glad I don't have to wait in line with a bunch of asian tourists too
post #5712 of 12366
I think someone asked about the chinos a few pages back...

Have to say that the slim chinos fit is perfect (for me)...Fitted across hip, no pocket flare, slim thighs, good taper to 7.5 inch leg opening. I have had trousers made with better fabrics, but for the price and the fit, extremely happy with these.

*Note - I do possess the chicken-leg trifecta of ghetto-booty/thunder thigh/scrawny calves.
post #5713 of 12366

Any opinions/experiences on these wool blended jackets? The navy is a "Tasmanian Wool" slim fit. 

 

Hoping these make it onto the e-commerce store. 

post #5714 of 12366
Aran knits have been released on the UK webstore

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http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/074495

If anyone needs a free proxy drop me a PM! biggrin.gif
post #5715 of 12366
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Pretty much all I buy is Uniqlo clothes. Other than the occasional purchase from The Curatory here in Raleigh.

I've heard about this place. What do they carry there? I'm about 20 mins from Raleigh.
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