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post #7156 of 11866
anyone have measurements in the EFM cardi in M (or L?)
post #7157 of 11866
Not really diggin the fit on the flannels.

Smalls are perfect everywhere except for the chest, way to tight.
Mediums are perfect in the chest but baggy and long everywhere else. Should I wash the mediums in hot water and then tailor them?
post #7158 of 11866
Random note: The "v" on my black Heattech is longer than my white one.
post #7159 of 11866

I was at 34th St on Thursday, they had some Spring stuff out.

 

I vaguely remember someone on here complaining about Uniqlo not having chambrays...medium blue, "washed" blue, and white chambrays for the Spring (EDIT: they're online and apparently there's black too, didn't see in store).

 

Highlighter colored hoodies.

 

Pastel chinos.

 

Lightweight cotton ribbed shawl cardigan (apparently not new, never seen before though), thin, seems fairly decent for 30.

 

I remember something that vaguely resembled a polka dot button down as well.

 

Also a fair amount of those +J down parkas in maroon and I think black discussed a little earlier in this thread.  More +J than UU, though only about a rack of each.


Edited by EdwardB - 12/8/12 at 8:48am
post #7160 of 11866
How did the chambray feel? Think that might be something you want to spend a bit extra on and buy made in usa
post #7161 of 11866

Yeah, it wasn't really too substantial, pretty flimsy.  I mean, it's nice for $30, but you really get what you pay for, same as most Uniqlo wovens.  People who are super into chambray/workwear/whatever will probably want to spend their money elsewhere for better fabric/details.

post #7162 of 11866
Yea, thanks for the info!
post #7163 of 11866
Got the polka dot shirt in and light padded jacket in white today. Jacket is a bit smaller than measurements but still works, think if I sized up it would be to big.
post #7164 of 11866
I really want this but really don't want to pay $70
post #7165 of 11866
Quote:
Originally Posted by Teger View Post

anyone have measurements in the EFM cardi in M (or L?)

curious if any smalls size up to M on the EFM cardi? I am an XS in the oxfords but the S efm cardi pulls a little, guessing the M would be too big in the shoulders though
post #7166 of 11866
Can anyone snap some pics of the new shawl collar cardi? http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-shawl-collar-cardigan/075322-24-004

Just wanna know if the collar is thin and lays flat like this

or is actually nice and thick.
post #7167 of 11866
Blows my mind how these uniqlo flannels can still pull in the chest yet be baggy everywhere else.. even in the chest they are loose wtf
post #7168 of 11866
that's such a pussy ass shawl
post #7169 of 11866
Quote:
Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Blows my mind how these uniqlo flannels can still pull in the chest yet be baggy everywhere else.. even in the chest they are loose wtf



Small fits perfect expect for the chest, medium is decent in the chest but baggy everywhere else.
post #7170 of 11866
lol the review says "Dat 007 look".. He does sorta wear a shawl cardigan like that in uhm QOS I think.. quick someone screen grab
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