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Originally Posted by omgitswes View Post

Anyone's order shipped yet?

 

Nope. I ordered yesterday at about 11am and I haven't received a shipping confirmation yet.

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How do you get the website to work? Silly poop!
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RIP any quality discussion in this thread.
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Originally Posted by eternaldrake View Post

i wear all my hanes 'undershirts' as tshirts figured the same would fly for uniqlo unless theyre super thin
by measurements i think im xs in their normal tshirts so im gonna try for small in their undershirts, get some of both cause why not

I guess you could get away with it. I have a separate white t-shirt from my undershirts, because the material on the non-undershirt is better than the undershirt. The premium cotton t-shirts are actually a very fine ribbed material. They are definitely a step up from Hanes t-shirts.
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Fit on the peacoat? I'm 6'1" skinny with a 37" chest and 30" waist. Smallest size they have is a medium- will that fit like a trash bag?


Edited by yancybaby - 10/27/12 at 2:27pm
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Did someone say twill jawns were on the online store?
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

i grabbed the heat tech longjohns last year and are amazing for lounging around

what size did you get in the longjohns and what's your waist size?
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Originally Posted by mumbai View Post

maybe he means something that he can wear when he doesnt care about what hes wearing

ya, that plus they're good for when you're crashing on couches.
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

RIP any quality discussion in this thread.

Oh, don't delude yourself. This thread has never been about much else other than questions about stock, sizing, etc. The exclusivity of Uniqlo pretty much "doomed" any thread about it to such a fate. Here's a sample from the first couple of pages:
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Originally Posted by alleyooptroop View Post

when do you think they'll open a store in LA

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Originally Posted by Arethusa View Post

How's their current winter stuff? I was a little disappointed to hear that they were bringing in designers to do their summer collection. Winter is clearly superior to summer.

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Originally Posted by maxse View Post


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Originally Posted by nastyandy

I actually stopped in Uniqlo yesterday to purchase a cashmere sweater and while I was there I decided to check out the denim. The last thing I need is another pair of jeans. . .I was going to wait until after the new year before I buy another pair.


However, I don't have a pair in unwashed black, and at $40, I figured I couldn't go wrong. When I noticed that everything comes only in inseams 32 and 34, I figured I may as well pass, but it turns out that they will hem the jeans in the stor for you for free, within an hour. So what the hell. . .can't beat it.


On a side note, while I was waiting for the alteration, I took a walk over to Blue in Green, and checked out some Samurais, and realized there's no way I'll be able to wait until after new years for more jeans.



Im a newbie and thinking of checking out both of these stores. How can I get from on Uniqlo to he BiG? Also these unwashed Uniqlo jeans should I go a size bigger because they will shrink after the wash or will it stay the same at the waste?

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Originally Posted by JesseJB View Post

So does the SoHo store take orders over the phone?

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Originally Posted by Clyde099 View Post

How much do they charge for shipping when ordering by phone (NY store)?

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Originally Posted by raWorkshop View Post

Do any of the London stores stock vintage chinos? Seeing a lot of flat front chinos, pleats and those crinkly jeans, not a fan.

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Originally Posted by Clyde099 View Post


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Originally Posted by Tooch4321 View Post

not much and they also will hem pants for free. i know when i've ordered Vintage Chinos ($39.99) it totals about $45.95 with shipping/tax...




In your experience are these chinos tru to size? Do they shrink?
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I just got an email from them with a tracking number. That was pretty quick given that they've probably been swamped.

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For whatever reason I never got a shipping email, just a confirmation email when I ordered and then the package via FedEx today.

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Just noticed a tracking email, delivered a couple of hours after I got the package. laugh.gif
Edited by notwithit - 10/23/12 at 12:36pm
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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

I just got an email from them with a tracking number. That was pretty quick given that they've probably been swamped.

Ditto, I was expecting my tracking number much later in the week and was pleasantly surprised when I got it about ten minutes ago.  Even more impressive is when I checked the tracking number and it says the expected delivery date is tomorrow!  My order was over $100 so I opted for the free shipping.  I live in St. Louis, MO so it appears they gave me expedited shipping for free.  Very pleased.

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Originally Posted by 3 Prague Winters View Post

what size did you get in the longjohns and what's your waist size?

i went with their sizing recommendation on the packaging but honestly cant remember now what it was. im sure it hasnt changed

im a 29/30 waist depending on brand so i went with small. i have small airism low rise trunks and heattech longjohns all in small and fit fine
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Website is magically working for me again. Do they have an online opening promotion of some sort?
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As a marketing major, I approve of this firm that is doing the marketing for Uniqlo's online store. Like the subject of the mail line "Signed, sealed...almost delivered"
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