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post #7066 of 11496
I don't know if I'd say the EFM fits that much slimmer. I took the same size, xs, as my oxfords and lambswool cardigan I have (though its from a few seasons back) and it fit just fine.
post #7067 of 11496
I got this down jacket while it was on sale and I quite like it. But I'm afraid it might be too warm and too bulky for socal weather. But it's really solid, water resistant, and warm. I also want to use it for moderate outdoorsey stuff (boating, hiking). Should I get the a premium ultralight parka instead? I only handled womens down and it felt flimsy as hell, even for $60.

post #7068 of 11496

^ is that the +J one?  Yes, too warm, sell it to me.  devil.gif

post #7069 of 11496
No, it's this one. Maybe I'm just not used to warm chunky jackets. I remember going to New York for thanksgiving once with just a hoodie facepalm.gif
post #7070 of 11496
Does anyone have the p2p for a large tasmanian jacket? It says 23 on the site, but I've heard the jackets fit a bit slimmer than listed.

Also, I'm looking at the EFM v necks, but can't decide between a medium and a large. I'm 6'3" 185, ~40-41 chest.
post #7071 of 11496

Ordered up some of those Cashmere V-Necks (Navy & the darker gray) 

 

Just wanted to know from you guys: What do you usually wear under your V-Necks? Can you get away not wearing a button down underneath or can you only really do that with crew necks?

 

EDIT: Also emailed them about the problems we've all been having with the webstore and they said they were going to get the kinks worked out in the near future:

Stuff like:

 

  • Duplicate items 
  • Newly arrived tab (so our lot can jump on the new items before they sell out) 
  • Sold out notifications on the pictures
post #7072 of 11496
I wear v neck tshirts. Or even thin viscose tees with with a wide neck (like aa)
post #7073 of 11496

I just added up all my purchases since the store opened.  uhoh.gif

post #7074 of 11496
At least the majority of Uniqlo stuff gets worn all the time. Not like when I buy a $300-$500 jacket and can't figure out how to incorporate it into my wardrobe.
post #7075 of 11496
For real. I don't get picky about fit when it's a $19 item. End up wearing it more and enjoying it more.
post #7076 of 11496
Anyone recommend flannel colors? I need to re buy them in medium
post #7077 of 11496
Quote:
Originally Posted by corneliusparky View Post

At least the majority of Uniqlo stuff gets worn all the time. Not like when I buy a $300-$500 jacket and can't figure out how to incorporate it into my wardrobe.

Seriously..I worn my 2 Lambswool sweater from Uniqlo more than my SNS that I bought a while ago. I mean, yeah, is a basic but it's also soooo versatile at the same time.

 

Anyways, going to cop some more sweats, any of you guys know how the Cashmere fit and quality is like?

post #7078 of 11496
lol you guys takin this uniqlo thing too far
post #7079 of 11496
How are the color jeans if anyone has tried them?
post #7080 of 11496
I blame you jet
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