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post #7336 of 11545
Anyone know how to buy uniqlo stock without a broker?

Copped the bomber last night. Looks pretty good for costing 50 bucks.
post #7337 of 11545
The collars on all uniqlo shirts are sorta driving me crazy. Think only the OCBD have good collars.
post #7338 of 11545
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

That's what I thought, the only thing I wear large in is the efm knits and they are a bit loose. I haven't worn a large in anything uniqlo I don't think even though euro brands I'm a L.
So a 32 in the slim fit chinos for 34 waist and a med in the broadcloths sound right to you guys? I don't even know why I'm coppin this shit lol.

I can only speak to slim fit oxfords, but I'd say go medium. I'm somewhere in the same size range and a small pulled at the chest.

Now if they would just restock the damn things. plain.gif
post #7339 of 11545
Bought the navy shirt with white dots. It's a basic enough pattern, but something I've been seeking for a while without breaking the bank. I got a large and it's not terribly billowy, but could probably stand to be darted. Sizing down would probably be dicey in the chest area. If I'm being real OCD about it, the shoulders at 19" are maybe a quarter to half an inch big on each side, but it's tough to pick up because of the dark color. The second button is also a tad high for my liking, but not a deal breaker. The collar seems a lot better than it did on the flannels, which I thought were pretty flimsy and didn't really sit well.

Also bought some Heat Tech lounge stuff for my gf and some purple boxers... for myself.
post #7340 of 11545
^ APK the polka dot shirt with white or black buttons?
post #7341 of 11545
White buttons. I prefer the black buttons, but I assumed that one was longer since it's considered a dress shirt.
post #7342 of 11545
And if it still needs to be said, the size charts aren't really accurate. The chest on a large is about 22" (maybe 22.5), but certainly not 24" P2P.
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

And if it still needs to be said, the size charts aren't really accurate. The chest on a large is about 22" (maybe 22.5), but certainly not 24" P2P.
So go TTS? I was going to size down on their button ups because the size charts seem to put them on the larger side..
post #7344 of 11545
I would, but YMMV depending on how close of a fit you like. I can easily see people thinking going TTS is too billowy of a fit, but for me, I make sure the shirt fits well in the chest (and close enough in the shoulders) and go from there. That might mean needing to have the body tailored, which I might end up doing with this one.
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I placed an order last night and I got my package today, both orders I have placed on the site have arrived at this speed. Color me impressed.

post #7346 of 11545
I will mention, though, that if you're between sizes, go with the smaller size. They do seem to run slightly bigger in the body than the oxfords.
post #7347 of 11545

The sweatpants are legit. Nice taper, don't feel flimsy at all. I regretted not buying the UU ones so I'm glad these worked out.

 

HeatTech short sleeve crew necks are the perfect cut for an undershit - long in the body for tucking, but substantial sleeves.

post #7348 of 11545
Got my jeans today. Basically next day shipping to Philly.

Best jeans you can get for $50 no doubt
post #7349 of 11545
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

The collars on all uniqlo shirts are sorta driving me crazy. Think only the OCBD have good collars.

Does your collar roll? I was thinking of selling all my Thom Browne / Gitman / Epaulet shirts and just buying Uniqlo oxfords, fit is fine but the collar just doesn't roll for me. But I can get 2-4 Uniqlo shirts for the price of each shirt I have right now so really tempted
post #7350 of 11545
The OCBDs are the only shirts of uniqlo that roll in my experience. You have to take them out of the dryer about 50% done, button all buttons on a hanger then hand dry. This usually produces a decent roll.
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