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post #8056 of 11709
Looks like they restocked the oxfords copped.

New shawl collar cardigans look decent but sizing is all fucked I'm in between m and l.
post #8057 of 11709
I agree I already own one down and I love it, I just want another! And maybe a hooded one. Do you think they'll drop the price since spring is here?

Do oxfords look good untucked does anyone have pictures? I hate that all the oxfords I find have very rounded hems.
post #8058 of 11709

The Uniqlo shirt tails are a bit long, on me anyway.  I tuck them in or have the tailor shorten them.

post #8059 of 11709
oh snap cotton linen knit looks decent. Somebody peep it when your in a uniqlo.
post #8060 of 11709
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Originally Posted by TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES View Post

oh snap cotton linen knit looks decent. Somebody peep it when your in a uniqlo.

 

Peeped it today; thought it was ehh; good enough for a spring layering piece.

post #8061 of 11709

Store has red chambray and a print shirt that's not online.

Looking for the tasmanian wool trouser in 29

and polka dot shirt navy xs

post #8062 of 11709

Copped a couple of the grosgrain oxfords in S because I like the colors, hope they fit for at least the next few months.  x2 on linen cardigan impressions, I like the beige one but I think I have too many budget shawl cardigans already 

post #8063 of 11709
lol only slim fit OCBDs are earth tones, navy, or 3/4 sleeve.
post #8064 of 11709

Joke's on you, those slim fit OCBDs in the new colors (olive, khaki, navy) are dope.

post #8065 of 11709
Lol bought all 3 plus random item to get over $100.

Medium in all their shirts. Small in the new oxfords with the inner stripe and got these in a medium
post #8066 of 11709
wait, these fuckers put out slim oxfords again?

wtf
post #8067 of 11709

Sorry for coming a bit late to the party, but what's the quality like?  Is it H&M?  Or a little better/worse?

 

Thanks.

post #8068 of 11709
update on the premium cotton t-shirts:
they definitely no longer have the center seam. the cotton is different. i don't think it's quite as soft though still plenty soft for my liking. it's thinner, so i think overall i like the fabric better. sizing up made made the shoulders and sleeves fit the way i like, but the chest is a bit loose for my liking. it's also kind of long but that doesn't really bother me. i have a long torso though so others might find it more annoying if they sized up. i'm not sure whether i should wash and hope it shrinks enough in the chest or return it (i have a few things i plan on returning). i could also have it tailored but that seems like a waste. would probably cost more than what i paid for the t-shirt.
post #8069 of 11709
I bought a gray premium t in small and its dope... perfect shirt for me, I hope the length doesn't shrink too much.

fwiw I'm 5'9 150
post #8070 of 11709
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Originally Posted by wurm View Post

update on the premium cotton t-shirts:
they definitely no longer have the center seam. the cotton is different. i don't think it's quite as soft though still plenty soft for my liking. it's thinner, so i think overall i like the fabric better. sizing up made made the shoulders and sleeves fit the way i like, but the chest is a bit loose for my liking. it's also kind of long but that doesn't really bother me. i have a long torso though so others might find it more annoying if they sized up. i'm not sure whether i should wash and hope it shrinks enough in the chest or return it (i have a few things i plan on returning). i could also have it tailored but that seems like a waste. would probably cost more than what i paid for the t-shirt.

 

Sounds like how the poly/cotton ones I have fit with the exception of the length.  They're fine as everyday shirts though for $5.

 

I like the new oxfords so much better.

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