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post #7396 of 12546
People arguing over the sizing of a regular t-shirt.

Truly peasant problems, especially considering the price.

lmao trolls
post #7397 of 12546
seriously wtf, i also bought a v neck in my order.. maybe he's some elaborate viral marketer
post #7398 of 12546
Gotcha you want the convenience of buying a bad product, but you are okay with spending time and gas to get it on probably one of the worse shopping days in the year
post #7399 of 12546
Also you don't want black or grey you want colors...but you show the picture of what you want...dark grey...
post #7400 of 12546
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

They don't taper. But it's a t-shirt, man. Stop overthinking it. Just order one and see.

 

One does not simply pay $7 shipping on a $6 shirt that probably won't fit.

 

And I was under the impression that stuff at Uniqlo is slim.  If these shirts aren't tapered that's not going to work.

 

Thank you for the insights on the fit though.  Seriously.

 

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Originally Posted by pseudonym View Post

People arguing over the sizing of a regular t-shirt.
Truly peasant problems, especially considering the price.
lmao trolls

 

 

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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

seriously wtf, i also bought a v neck in my order.. maybe he's some elaborate viral marketer

 

Sorry for talking about another company's product, but I thought using what appeals to me about that shirt to outline my wants and concerns would be a natural way to ask about Uniqlo's fit.  If I thought Express was a decent company we wouldn't be having this discussion.  I'd be confident that I would get what I pay for.  But I've read they're a lousy company with disposable products.  I've read good things about this shirt though.

 

With Uniqlo it's the opposite.  I've read good things about the company and very little about this particular shirt, so I came here to find out more.

 

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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

Gotcha you want the convenience of buying a bad product, but you are okay with spending time and gas to get it on probably one of the worse shopping days in the year

 

I don't want a poor quality shirt, and I don't want a shirt with 12" of spare fabric draped over my waist.  But if those really were my only options I'd take the poor quality fitted shirt over the moomoo any day of the week.

 

Hopefully it's a better product than one would expect, and I already said that I decided against driving up there today because I heard on the news how chaotic it is.  I'm probably going to order online and make an in-store return afterwards if it doesn't work out, but this stream of unwarranted hostility I'm reading makes me wish I were standing in a parking lot, horns blaring, exchanging insurance with a nervous pedo in a santa suit who keeps glancing at his trunk.

 

And it's wrong to assume that good companies make nothing but good products while bad companies churn out nothing but dogshit.  Maybe there is one decent product in the Express brand.  Stranger things have happened.

 

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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

Also you don't want black or grey you want colors...but you show the picture of what you want...dark grey...

 

I just thought that one showed the fit really well.  I would include that color among the five or six I'm considering, but I'd be most interested in the light blue and purple.

 

Alright?  Can we be friends again, StyleForum?

 

I like this place and I'm not sure what I said to offend any of you.

post #7401 of 12546
You write too much about mostly inconsequential and mundane things. Please practice some restraint.
post #7402 of 12546
I do hope you find the perfect V-neck. I have been searching for years and have not found one. V's too deep, sleeves too long, waist too wide, length too long. I don't think you are going to find a good fit in express shirt, I think that clothes line is specifically for people who club, so I'm expecting narrow waist narrow arms and narrow chest.
post #7403 of 12546
Those broadcloth shirts suck...feel like cheap tissue paper agaist the skin.
post #7404 of 12546
saved me some money, thanks
post #7405 of 12546
Think I saw nineohtoo in line today. Wanted to say what's up but I was in a rush and headed out. Next time dude, use the cashier on the top floor. Wait is way shorter.
post #7406 of 12546

the tag on the vintage chinos says line dry. will using the dryer ruin them?
 

post #7407 of 12546
^I knew it was you lol. I should have said something. I don't usually go there on weekends, so I didn't expect that line. But I start a job on Wednesday, that I wasn't sure I was gonna get, and I need a suit and the one I ordered hasn't arrived(yeah I know I should already have one). I hope it's just running late because I still gotta at least get it shortened and maybe tapered frown.gif
post #7408 of 12546
They have suits there? I should've looked. Do not want to go back there anytime soon with the holiday crowd.
post #7409 of 12546
Anybody rocking these Uniqlo Turtle Necks?



Been thinking of copping two or three to wear this winter so the wind does not go in my neck and look like a pretty boy on the street.

Thoughts?
post #7410 of 12546
Looking at the suit jacket - http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-wool-blended-jacket/070687-09

I'd prefer the slim cut jacket and pants but they aren't available. Can I get the jacket tailored enough to be a slim cut, or will it be too much to ask of a tailor since it's meant to be a regular cut?

They don't appear to have black suit pants even carried on the site...the only options in the wool pant are Grey and Navy, wtf? However, there is a black Tasmanian wool pant - http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-tasmanian-wool-blended-flat-front-pants/071149-06-029

Could I pair this with the jacket or would it look stupid? Would it be better to just get the jacket and match it up with some black suit pants locally? (Planning to get both tailored). This isn't a long-term investment type suit, obviously, just a one-use only type deal. I figure at least with tailoring maybe I can achieve a slimmer look than renting something. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.
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