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post #6031 of 11902
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There's a store you might like, it's called The Gap

just gap now

post #6032 of 11902
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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.

lol uniqlo is from japan, what do you expect? already a japan medium is a non-"mongoloid" small

have you seen the stats for an "average" american vs an "average" azn person?
post #6033 of 11902

size up?  

post #6034 of 11902

Anyone have sizing info on the following item. Most of Uniqlo's slim fit items are labeled as slim fit on their site. However, for the following product, they just mention that it fits slim in the description.

 

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-light-wool-jacket/069173-69

 

I got a small, hope it works out.

post #6035 of 11902
Sizing up isn't a solution when correct proportions aren't there.

I know Uniqlo is Japanese. I'm just sayin'. It might become a problem for them if they'll want the white bro customers who are accustomed to H&M, BR, and alike.

I realize that no brand can fit every customer but if Uniqlo wants to take over the world they need to expand their least common denominator as far as fitting goes.
post #6036 of 11902
Sorry, only pretty, skinny people wear 'qlo.

(jk)
post #6037 of 11902
I believe they already modify their clothing for foreign markets (see: more room for 'mericans).

Although the shirt I have from Taipei fits exactly the same as my US OCBD in the same size.
post #6038 of 11902
I'm a L in asian Uniqlos and at the US store I'm a M.
post #6039 of 11902
^likewise, and Asian Uniqlo fits me well, even at a 11 drop, slim but not comically so
post #6040 of 11902
Does anyone know if the length measurement for the down vest on the Uniqlo site is from the bottom of the collar or the entire garment? I'm trying to figure out whether the XS would be too short for me (I'm 5'10'').

Thanks
post #6041 of 11902
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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

I just bought a merino cardi at the Union Sq store and it's lined behind the button placket, but not with grosgrain, just some simple twill ribbon. Still a nice touch.

I also ordered a black blazer and pants from the webstore last night. I've been really happy with Uniqlo blazers fit-wise. Small is pretty much perfect for me.
post #6042 of 11902
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

I just bought a merino cardi at the Union Sq store and it's lined behind the button placket, but not with grosgrain, just some simple twill ribbon. Still a nice touch.
I also ordered a black blazer and pants from the webstore last night. I've been really happy with Uniqlo blazers fit-wise. Small is pretty much perfect for me.
im looking at the corduroy blazers. Stuck between a Small and a Medium? What are your measurements if you dont mind?
post #6043 of 11902
Hard to tell from the pictures but do any of the heat tech socks look "dressy" at all? Or are they all sporty type socks
post #6044 of 11902
ITT we learn that Transient is a fatass.
post #6045 of 11902
If anything uniqlo is true to big, I'm a medium or large in virtually everything.

That would probably make me an xs-s in banana republic lolz.

Their stuff is the worst fitting I have then again if you want perfect textiles and cuts you need to spend dolla dolla billz yall.
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