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post #7081 of 12691
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Originally Posted by airblaster503 View Post

How are the color jeans if anyone has tried them?

They're kinda crappy, rise is ridiculously low, they fit even slimmer than the skinny jeans (size up) and the wide leg opening doesn't look good with the skinniness in the top block. Considering how cheap they are it's worth it if they fit on you, but they fit awful on me...

post #7082 of 12691
Sounds like a bad fit. I have fairly big thighs so doubt they would work, thanks for the heads up.
post #7083 of 12691
So, you guys think I can survive Tahoe for a weekend with a mash up of Uniqlo gear?

Skiing, bbq, alcohol, etc.

Thinking another down jacket in maroon, mix and match heattech tops with longjohns as layering. Maybe 1 lambswool sweater. A pair of sweat top and bottom. Not sure about the trousers. Jeans will get soaked obviously.
post #7084 of 12691
no, you'll definitely die of swag starvation
post #7085 of 12691
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

So, you guys think I can survive Tahoe for a weekend with a mash up of Uniqlo gear?
Skiing, bbq, alcohol, etc.
Thinking another down jacket in maroon, mix and match heattech tops with longjohns as layering. Maybe 1 lambswool sweater. A pair of sweat top and bottom. Not sure about the trousers. Jeans will get soaked obviously.

Sounds like you will be toasty in that.
post #7086 of 12691
how accurate are those jeans measurements for tapered vs slim fit

looking for a 508 fit or tapered 514
post #7087 of 12691

the slim fit oxfords are pretty dope. Probably the best fit out of any OBCD I've copped (< $100). Will probably need to tailor the length, but that's minimal work/cost to get a perfect fit considering the low initial outlay

 

now to wait for a re-stock so I can pounce...

post #7088 of 12691

Uniqlo (Fast Retailing Co Ltd) just bought J Brand for 290 million US dollars.

 

http://www.sportswearnet.com/businessnews/pages/protected/show.php?id=6211

post #7089 of 12691
Interesting. Never even heard of J Brand. I wonder if this will change Uniqlo a bit or if it's just a portfolio based decision. They should have just used the money to buy Jil Sanders sou IMO.
post #7090 of 12691
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Originally Posted by momentoftruth View Post

the slim fit oxfords are pretty dope. Probably the best fit out of any OBCD I've copped (< $100). Will probably need to tailor the length, but that's minimal work/cost to get a perfect fit considering the low initial outlay

 

now to wait for a re-stock so I can pounce...

You might have to wait a while. Their initial stock in most sizes/colors sold out on day 1 of the store opening, and they've yet to be restocked. Occasionally 1 or 2 random ones might show up from time to time (probably returns), but that's it.

post #7091 of 12691
http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-chambray-long-sleeve-shirt/075397-65-004
remembered someone saying uniqlo should make chambrays. here they are
post #7092 of 12691
Really pleased with this batch of knits got the fuschia, wine, etc efm v necks and a black lambswool pullover (also glad I got them bc the colors sold out quick).

I have a lambswool cardi from an initial order and the knitting/softness on this one is superior. I have a hunch about the stock numbers and I'm pretty sure the other version of my cardigan is of this type of wool on the crewneck.
post #7093 of 12691
cool, i need me a lambswool pullover
post #7094 of 12691
Looks like Tahoe is on, hitting up the store this weekend most likely if anyone needs anything.
post #7095 of 12691
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