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post #7246 of 12685
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Originally Posted by pseudonym View Post

Checked out the new season Tasmanian pants that are currently on sale for $30.
Really nothing compared to a few seasons ago. Wish I could've copped more Tasmanian suits back then. I'm wearing through my main 2 quite a lot for work.

Think they're worth grabbing at 30 or are they just junk?
post #7247 of 12685
meaning thinner/cheaper fabric? i mean it is only $30 but yeah im sure it was cheap as hell back when u bought before
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post #7249 of 12685
they refuse a return on a tshirt cause theres "lipstick" on it
wat
i do not own lipstick and i tried it on once
post #7250 of 12685
LOL
post #7251 of 12685
anybody know the leg opening on the new slim fit chino flat front pants for spring?

its not listed in the measurements. just wanted to make sure that they were the same as the ones for fall/winter which were 7 inches
post #7252 of 12685
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Originally Posted by theh00d View Post

Which one to get between the two? Thinking of picking up the floral print shirt as well.

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-slim-fit-print-long-sleeve-shirt/075741-69-003

or 

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-print-long-sleeve-shirt/075824-69-004

First is better.

Is there a floral button up shirt? Not seeing it online.
post #7253 of 12685
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

First is better.
Is there a floral button up shirt? Not seeing it online.

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-print-long-sleeve-shirt/075829-12-002

This one might be floral too:
http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-print-long-sleeve-shirt/075828-13-006
post #7254 of 12685
The fit on the s/s chambray is nice.
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

First is better.
Is there a floral button up shirt? Not seeing it online.

I thought the second one was better?
post #7255 of 12685
I'm just not a fan of the white buttons. Personal preference.
post #7256 of 12685
The white button one looks terrible in the picture online. In person it looks much better. I would recommend ordering whichever you think would work best by the measurements. For me to get the slim fit I was afraid I might have to size up 1 and would have been to long especially for a casual shirt.
post #7257 of 12685
^ The polka dot shirt with black buttons in XS was too tight. The one with white buttons was perfect in XS.

Definitely go with whatever fits, but I still say the white button polka dot shirt >
post #7258 of 12685
I'm going to sell my elusive and fabled +J Wool pants size 33. Figured Id let the uniqlo fanboys get first shot here
(grew out of them.. that feel frown.gif
post #7259 of 12685
Went to NYC for the first time this weekend and went into the 5th ave store. Talk about awesome. Got lots of stuff, the cotton cashmere sweaters are really comfy.
post #7260 of 12685

The 5th Ave store is a smorgasbord, 34th St. too.  I was in Tokyo recently.  While they have the big flagship stores, Uniqlo has smaller shops all over the place.  There was a 1500 sq ft mini-shop in the train station (limited offerings obviously).  Hopefully, we'll see more locations opening here in the US.

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