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post #6016 of 11493

shipping to the west coast is about 5 days

post #6017 of 11493
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

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

 

I just got my tracking number and it's already delivered.  I bet you'll get it in a minute.

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Just got my FedEx tracking as well. I have to say I am extremely impressed with their launch. A lot of things could have gone wrong but this was as flawless of an online experience as you could have asked for.
post #6019 of 11493
heard from my college roommate that UU is supposed to get online by end of the month to early nov according to cust serv
post #6020 of 11493
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

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"

Yeah, I try not to get sucked into that stuff but really they are batting 1000% on all the 'touchpoints'. I actually felt something like happiness upon viewing that email. Also $7 for Fedex shipping is perfect.
post #6021 of 11493
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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.

likewise. Says expected delivery is tomorrow, if so that's the fastest Standard Shipping I've ever received. Other than from Newegg
post #6022 of 11493
I've bought into Uniqlo hype and I'm glad that the webstore finally opened but after trying on a number of tops and bottoms I still feel like they favor towards mongoloid-centric cuts. I have a very typical built and found that arm holes are a problem across a lot of shirts and jackets. I do hope with their expansion into NAmerica that they begin to offer measurements more suited for caucasoids and negroids. Will probably still kop sox.
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wat
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

RIP any quality discussion in this thread.

As APK mentioned, this thread hasn't really been a great one...I mean this is Uniqlo. Also, this was pretty predictable. It will die down some in a few weeks (though not completely).

I imagine there are gonna be more than a few people with no experience with Uniqlo garments expecting something much nicer than they actually are. Uniqlo just has some simpler clothes with better fits, and sometimes a bit better quality too.
post #6025 of 11493
Do you mean that their armholes are too small?

Can you guys tell me about their cashmere quality? Do they last?
post #6026 of 11493
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Originally Posted by transient View Post

I've bought into Uniqlo hype and I'm glad that the webstore finally opened but after trying on a number of tops and bottoms I still feel like they favor towards mongoloid-centric cuts. I have a very typical built and found that arm holes are a problem across a lot of shirts and jackets. I do hope with their expansion into NAmerica that they begin to offer measurements more suited for caucasoids and negroids. Will probably still kop sox.

the fuck is this, i don't even...

post #6027 of 11493
Anyone know if the cardigans still have grosgrain tape on the placket? I had two great Uniqlo cardigans with that, but that was years ago
post #6028 of 11493
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Originally Posted by transient View Post

I've bought into Uniqlo hype and I'm glad that the webstore finally opened but after trying on a number of tops and bottoms I still feel like they favor towards mongoloid-centric cuts. I have a very typical built and found that arm holes are a problem across a lot of shirts and jackets. I do hope with their expansion into NAmerica that they begin to offer measurements more suited for caucasoids and negroids. Will probably still kop sox.

There's a store you might like, it's called The Gap
post #6029 of 11493

Uniqlo is pretty awesome, especially if it fits you.  (MONGOLOID FTW!!!!)

 

I've bought about 50 things there since it opened in SF and online.  

 

So, yes, since then, my excitement has died down considerably.  

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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

Do you mean that their armholes are too small?
Can you guys tell me about their cashmere quality? Do they last?

Probably. It's something in the ratio of shoulder vs armhole vs chest. It kind of varies because the thick oxford is perfect and wish the plaids, flannels, and suiting was similar. Cashmere seems pretty nice, although I couldn't try it on because I should have +1 when I ordered. Should be nice when on sale.

*edit* will fit better if you're mongoloid
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