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post #7606 of 12705
Could someone post a fit pic of an oxford shirt? I'm trying to see how long they are if I want to wear them untucked. I'm hoping they aren't like dress shirt long.
post #7607 of 12705

They're fairly short. XS works for me untucked and I'm 5'6".

post #7608 of 12705

New oxfords (with colored trim at shirt) fit wayyy better - more spacious in shoulders/chest and not as retardedly long.  Arms still short though..at least for me in an S

post #7609 of 12705
how does fitting way better correlate to more spacious? wouldn't that be quite the opposite since people are looking for a slim fit or are you talking about the proportions
post #7610 of 12705
Last two posts before jet are confusing me. Judging by the measurements the sleeves would be long and so would the length. if you're 5'6 and it works untucked I night have to go up to an S. I'm also confused by the better fit = more spacious.
If I didn't have to use a UK proxy and could just order both and return what didn't fit this wouldn't be a problem. Frustrating because I know they'll restock after I pay double for them.
post #7611 of 12705
just did some flying in a uniqlo oxford, vintage chinos, and uniqlo socks
post #7612 of 12705

How's the fit on the Vintage Chinos?

post #7613 of 12705
Quote:
Originally Posted by PhiPsi32 View Post

How's the fit on the Vintage Chinos?

I love the fit of the vintage chinos. IMO they are between a classic fit and slim fit but aren't a relaxed fit. my size 32 has a 8 inch leg opening and around a 12 inch thigh. I got mine hemmed but honestly I wouldln't do that again and would just double cuff next time. I wish they were a little more tapered but I just wear them with chunkier footwear to compensate for the larger leg opening.
post #7614 of 12705
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

how does fitting way better correlate to more spacious? wouldn't that be quite the opposite since people are looking for a slim fit or are you talking about the proportions

My bad, should've been more specific.  They fit way better on me, and I think the proportions are better in general.  The new ones with the colored trim along the inside of the collars are slightly roomier in the chest/shoulders/back but remain nice and slim through the body (possibly ever so slightly looser but idk it just seemed like a more flattering fit).  I was still just barely cutting an S due to the still-slightly-too-narrow shoulders + still-too-short sleeves.  Still though, the new oxfords in S were a lot better/closer to an ideal fit than the old ones for me. (5'9, 155, 39" chest, 30" waist)

 

Also disclaimer I'm comparing these to the Oxfords that were available last SS ('12) dunno if they changed anything inbetween interations.  For those ones, I just copped M's and had them super tailored in the body and I'm pretty happy with the fit.  Obviously the new ones in S were tighter in chest/shoulders/back/sleeves, a little tight for my taste but probably what some people here like


Edited by NotCrispy - 1/9/13 at 11:26pm
post #7615 of 12705
Fuck was just about to order larges now you're telling me you're a 39 and a small, something doesn't add up. It sounds like I'm a medium in these fuckers.
post #7616 of 12705

Eh, just order one of each?  I might not be a legit 39 anymore I don't know, lost some weight the past couple weeks lol just do it man don't stress over these things

post #7617 of 12705
i would but they don't have any colors in the medium brosef foo.gif
post #7618 of 12705
Anyone proxy from the London/UK stores? Looking one of the stretch down jackets which is sold out on the website...
post #7619 of 12705
The vintage chinos are pretty darn slim on me. I feel like they are much slimmer now than 3+ years ago. It depends on how developed your legs are. I'm 5'7 178lbs and wear a size 33, i hem them for a clean break. I don't know how I feel about the current seasons olive colive, it is very uhm olive.
post #7620 of 12705

Thank you.

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