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post #76 of 11705
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Originally Posted by + theom View Post
LOL just spend $200 at uniqlo on basics. They have new slim fit oxfords too btw.

Did the same thing in June, which took care of most of my summer wardrobe plus a pair of gray jeans that I'm finally getting to wear.

I forgot to mention it earlier, but the variety of colors Uniqlo offers compared to other stores really becomes evident in their pants. Even H&M pales in comparison when it comes to getting denim and other fabrics in the non-standard colors and at very affordable prices. That's the route I'd go for quirkier colors instead of spending a ton on the same color but from a higher-end brand. If it's an odd color, you probably aren't going to wear them as often as indigo or black denim, so there's no sense in busting the wallet for them.
post #77 of 11705
ugggh what happened to their huge selections or am I on the wrong country site?
before the summer hit they had like 30 pairs of pants...now it's like 10, if that.

I do need a vest and they have 3-5 options. Like the herringbone one, but I kinda need one n black. The one they're selling is in velvet. I have no experience w/ velvet. Would that be weird/tacky to where with a wool peacoat or a leather jacket?
Or would it be something just worn with a plain white tee underneath?

I've never placed a phone order with them before either.
post #78 of 11705

pickups, cargos & club collar shirt $20 each

5th Ave store coming soon!
post #79 of 11705
What boots are those?
post #80 of 11705
combat boots from any army/navy store, $30
post #81 of 11705
any idea if uniqlo will have an online shop for the US soon?
post #82 of 11705
Just a heads up: They now charge $12.90 (was $10) for 3 pairs (or 4 pairs of the solid color ones) of socks.
post #83 of 11705
They need an SF store
post #84 of 11705
Found out from Uniqlo UK that their sleeves are cut 3 cm longer for the same sized item from Uniqlo JP. I'm guessing Uniqlo UK = US sizing?

Can anyone proxy to Vancouver, Canada from Uniqlo UK or NY?
post #85 of 11705
Can someone give me thigh and knee size for chinos in size 33-34. Also denim would be good. I need 11.5" thigh and 9" knee. Cheers!
post #86 of 11705
please do elaborate on the "slim fit" oxford shirts.

1. How much slimmer are they than the Japanese line?
2. What is the price point?
3. Colors they're available in?
post #87 of 11705
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Originally Posted by Froosh View Post
Ratboycom how tall are you?

Can anyone confirm that Uniqlo NY/UK have the same tops as Uniqlo Japan/HK in terms of all measurements, but with longer sleeve lengths?

Sorry it took so long, im 190cm and about 71kg (normally 69kg but I gained weight on a trip to the US)
post #88 of 11705
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Originally Posted by TheChefs View Post
Can someone give me thigh and knee size for chinos in size 33-34. Also denim would be good. I need 11.5" thigh and 9" knee.

Cheers!

Since no one can answer this, how accurate are the measurements listed on the UK website?
post #89 of 11705
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Originally Posted by BRMC_doves View Post
ugggh what happened to their huge selections or am I on the wrong country site?
before the summer hit they had like 30 pairs of pants...now it's like 10, if that.

I noticed today it defaults to "New Arrivals", when I selected the option for "Everything" the selection was better.


How "slim" are their slim jeans / pants?

Thinking about a pair of raw black Japan denim, and also saw some light grey cords on the Japanese site, but not sure whether they are skinny-slim or just "a bit" slim. Don't have the same color for the regular cut
post #90 of 11705
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Originally Posted by lupin23rd View Post
How "slim" are their slim jeans / pants?

i'm interested in knowing this as well. also, if anyone would be interested in possibly proxying me some things from uniqlo, send me a pm or something.
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