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post #8191 of 11705
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Originally Posted by aphelan View Post

Well it looks like I fucked up on sizing my "slim" grosgrain oxfords because I tried on all 3 of my XLs and they're too big.  Listen to Dbear's advice and stay TTS.

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I went to tts (xs) and mine worked out pretty well. They aren't drastically different from the regular fit- chest and length seem pretty much the same but they're a bit slimmer in the body and sleeves and no box pleat.
post #8192 of 11705
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I went to tts (xs) and mine worked out pretty well. They aren't drastically different from the regular fit- chest and length seem pretty much the same but they're a bit slimmer in the body and sleeves and no box pleat.

 

Would the measurements on the Uniqlo website for XS accurate then?

post #8193 of 11705
Just got in my order, the linen cardigan is perfect. Got it in navy, really tempted by the beige now too. And maybe another navy just in case.

It's pretty slouchy, you can easily size down for a slim fit if you wanted to. I'm glad I didn't though, it's awesome as is.
post #8194 of 11705
Never mind all this slim-fit nonsense. Uniqlo UK finally got the regular oxfords back in stock in L smile.gif
post #8195 of 11705
I picked up 2 white grosgrain oxfords from the Regent Street shop yesterday and they're really nice. I'm 6'2" and 175lbs an took a medium. The fabric is really soft, I think a big step up from last season.

No slim fits in the UK, but I'd be keen to try them on.
post #8196 of 11705
Yea I think slim fit is DOA

I bought about 5-6 regulars in different colors. I am 5' 10", 190lbs, semi-athletic. I had to get L to fit my shoulders- I have a bunch of M's that I had tailored that no longer fit. Anyways looking to set up an appt with my tailor one of these days. They are nice but I think the older ones I have are softer. Might take a few washes to loosen them up.
post #8197 of 11705

Could someone be kind enough to recommend me sizes in a couple things?

 

I am 5'10 and 145-150lbs with ~40in chest and 30 waist. Athletic/skinny

 

Looking at slim fit chambray 3/4 sleeve, plain sweatshirt, and hoodie (also would like to know if the pullover hoodie would be good for layering or if it is too thick)


Edited by Ak47 - 3/1/13 at 8:53pm
post #8198 of 11705

Do the new Slim Fit OCBDs fit any different than last season's? The listed measurements are exactly the same.

 

Also, can someone who bought one of the new slim ocbd colors (navy, olive, khaki) post fit pics?


Edited by tobiasfunke - 3/1/13 at 9:36pm
post #8199 of 11705

Has Uniqlo stopped selling merino wool v-necks or are they just a part of the FW-collection?

 

I remember buying a merino v-neck in London august last year. They were pretty good value for money.

post #8200 of 11705
summer is not merino season

my ocbds and card should be here in a couple of hours
post #8201 of 11705

Do the slim oxfords work well for casual wear untucked or are they more formal OCBDs? Is the hem very curved, would I need to get them altered?

 

Also, the consensus seems to stick with regular shirt/knit size? The top block fits similar and then the body is a bit slimmer?

post #8202 of 11705
If you're tall enough, they work fine untucked
post #8203 of 11705
Nope I'm a shorty 5'7
post #8204 of 11705

Well, I'm also 5'7", and neither a slim medium or a regular small will work untucked for me.

post #8205 of 11705
To add to slim fit sizing - I sized up one from my older regular fits. The upper block, especially the shoulder, is too tight without the box pleat, so I had to go up one. Sleeve length is good but body length is a bit long, so I'll have it shortened.
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