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post #6136 of 11704
Premium tees (not undershirts or dry tees) are a S/S thing afaik
post #6137 of 11704
Anyone try the relaxed corduroys ?
post #6138 of 11704

Got my blazer from them. Fits great, but it doesn't look like a navy blazer, which is what I ordered. Plus, it just looks really odd and like it's made of cheap garbage. Looks like I'm going to send it back.

post #6139 of 11704
Looks like I don't care my package won't be here til next week bc of this fucking heat wave plain.gif
post #6140 of 11704
I got my huge shipment today. I ordered medium in everything since they said that's for a 38-41 chest. I am a 39 chest and could stand to lose 10 lbs. Yet I felt like I was swimming in the stuff. I am afraid of returning the shirts and ordering smalls and having them be too small! Maybe I'll keep this shipment and order everything in small and see which is best.

Any advice on sizing re:

Slim Fit Oxford Long Sleeve,
Crew Neck Short Sleeve Tee (read these shrink a lot after wash?),
Dry V Neck Short Sleeve Tee (read these shrink a lot after wash?),
Extra Fine Cotton Broadcloth Check LS,
Flannel Check LS Shirt
Edited by sygyzy - 10/26/12 at 11:11pm
post #6141 of 11704
You probably have small shoulders. All the OCBD's will require darting if you have a decent drop.
post #6142 of 11704
Small will prob fit you perfect look at the measurements son.
post #6143 of 11704
Ok I am trying stuff on and looking at measurements. Here's my feedback.

For the record - I am 5'8", 165 with a 39" chest

Slim Fit Oxford Long Sleeve - Medium fits PERFECT for me. I wear ties often with Oxfords and this buttons up just fine even though my neck is a little big (~15.75")
Crew Neck Short Sleeve Tee (read these shrink a lot after wash?) - Got this in a medium. The material surprised me. It's very similar to Patagonia shirts which are sort of a polyester material. I use them for hikes/working out. I was expecting it to be cotton (assumed). If I get confirmation they shrink, I'll keep, otherwise size down
Dry V Neck Short Sleeve Tee (read these shrink a lot after wash?) - Same as Crew neck
Extra Fine Cotton Broadcloth Check LS - Got medium. Too large. Will return. if I buy again, I'll size down.
Flannel Check LS Shirt - Got medium. Same as Broadcloth. Will size down in the future.
Men Microfleece Lounge Set - Medium. Wow this is a really pile of crap. Even for $20 it is absolutely trash. The bottom is ok and actually has a neat hemming feature I've never seen where you can just take a pair of scissors to it, but the top is terrible. I know it's cheap so I might sit on it over the weekend before deciding if I am returning it.
Edited by sygyzy - 10/27/12 at 12:23am
post #6144 of 11704

Can you guys post fit pics of all the stuff you are buying please.

post #6145 of 11704
Wow the site in unresponsive for me now. Random.
post #6146 of 11704
if you're 165lb 39 chest and need a small

i am 5'8" 120lb, i am fucked xs will be a tent on me ggs
post #6147 of 11704
Think you're expecting a BoO type fit, generally would not recommend a small for 39 chest. I have same and a medium is perfect slim, not skinny. This is for the bd shirts.
post #6148 of 11704
anyone care to comment on the tasmanian wool trousers? Thinking of grabbing a pair in each colour, they don't seem very slim though.
post #6149 of 11704
The Men's Tasmanian wool blended flat front pants fit well:
http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-tasmanian-wool-blended-flat-front-pants/071149-06-031

But the Navy is black. My order form says Navy, and the tags on the pants say Navy, but it's clearly black. I'll keep them anyway.

This cardigan feels nice, not much else to say:
http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-efm-v-neck-cardigan/072586-18-002
post #6150 of 11704
Anything to say about the Tweed Jacket?
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