or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › The Uniqlo Thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

The Uniqlo Thread - Page 481

post #7201 of 11545
Quote:
Originally Posted by Renalan View Post

How's the sizing? It have a tapered waist? Measurements seem boxy, but I guess there should be some shrinkage in the wash.
no taper at all, straight down and almost same quality as GAP polka star slim dress shirt 2 yrs back. IMO, black is the only choice for me as white is too thin that i can see my nips if im not wearing an undershirt.
post #7202 of 11545
They've got full size runs on OCBDs right now in PINK, YELLOW, and BLUE if anyone's interested.
post #7203 of 11545
NOT SLIM ZZZ
post #7204 of 11545
Quote:
Originally Posted by Marsh1635 View Post

With a budget of about $200. What would you guys cop from the online store if you were me? I wear Medium (I'm 5'10" 165lbs) Also I'm from the south so it doesn't get too cold down here. Thanks for the help in advance, and I'll try to post some pics of what I got so far.


I recommend Tasmanian wool pants (100% wool), some of 100% wool sweaters, and Uniqlo MIJ jeans. Comfort jackets look nice but I cannot vouch for its durability since it is this season's item, not a steady seller like those three.

MIJ jeans are Japanese 15oz denim that is quite thick, and not for summer. Too bad it is low rise for me.
Who bought navy lambswool sweater reported his sweater's wool fibers made his shirt messy, so care. He thought other colors such as green did not made a problem.
post #7205 of 11545
i like the way these uniqlo soft ts form creases
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
post #7206 of 11545
Quote:
Originally Posted by ironduke View Post

I recommend Tasmanian wool pants (100% wool), some of 100% wool sweaters, and Uniqlo MIJ jeans. Comfort jackets look nice but I cannot vouch for its durability since it is this season's item, not a steady seller like those three.
MIJ jeans are Japanese 15oz denim that is quite thick, and not for summer. Too bad it is low rise for me.
Who bought navy lambswool sweater reported his sweater's wool fibers made his shirt messy, so care. He thought other colors such as green did not made a problem.

so you recommend him all wool everything?
post #7207 of 11545
Quote:
Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

i like the way these uniqlo soft ts form creases Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

This.

 

Margiela tees do the same, I love it.

post #7208 of 11545

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-sweat-pants/075556-23

do you guys know if the sweatpants have a back pocket?

that's a make or break for me.

post #7209 of 11545
^ I just copped a black pair and yes, one back pocket.

Pretty decent. Comfy wearz. Not as substantial as the UU sweats.

PS - The red colorway is actually more orange irl.
post #7210 of 11545
^ In a good way or a bad way?
post #7211 of 11545
Quote:
Originally Posted by pseudonym View Post


For $30, not too bad. I just copped a few days ago, an alternative to the polka dot flannel shirt from EG this season.

Just wondering, how's the cotton/material?
Is it in an oxford texture, or a bit lighter?

post #7212 of 11545
how's the cotton cashmere sweaters feel? don't expect it to be much different than just cotton since it's only 10% so i'm not sure why they would do this unless it improves the hand/feel somehow

cashmere back down to 60 for whoever was bitching last week
post #7213 of 11545
Quote:
Originally Posted by fishbones View Post

Just wondering, how's the cotton/material?

Is it in an oxford texture, or a bit lighter?

It is definitely much lighter than their oxfords. I would say more along the lines of the Extra Fine Cotton shirts.
post #7214 of 11545
^ That's about right.

Also, I saw they had some new Slim Fit Dress Shirts (http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-slim-fit-long-sleeve-shirt/075442-10-003) in stock. Copped one in blue.

I remember buying a couple of similar ones this past summer at $30 a pop. Still wear them to this day, no need to iron even after going through a wash and dry.

Just threw that new Slim Fit Dress Shirt in the wash and dryer and turns out it's wrinkly. Minor gripe. Sucks they couldn't continue the same shirts they had during the summer.
post #7215 of 11545
FYI, there was still some UU at the SF store earlier this evening(nothing when I was by a week or so ago). There were some hooded downs in khaki and black as well as a grey peacoat in a small. There might have been more too that I didn't notice, since I was kind of in a hurry and didn't have space in my bag to bring anything home in. They seemed to have restocked smaller sizes on a lot of stuff too like cargo pants, different wool trousers, pin dot and floral shirts, and a new M-65(might be this one) that looked like it was made of windbreaker material. And for the person who asked about that new cardigan's collar, the one hanging didn't seem to lay flat and it looked kinda cheap. I'm likely going to be back to tomorrow so PM me if there's something you want me to be on the look out for.
Edited by nineohtoo - 12/12/12 at 2:15am
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Streetwear and Denim
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › The Uniqlo Thread