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post #8701 of 11912
Wish more of the print shirts had button-down collars. Uniqlo's spread collars are pretty flimsy.
post #8702 of 11912
Grabbed the short sleeve dotted shirt and the andy warhol floral t.
post #8703 of 11912
I like it flimsy when I do not have to wear a tie. Looks nice and soft to wear under a cardigan or jacket. If you want the plastic stays does a well enough job of keeping the collar spreads straight.

When I need to wear a tie though the cheap plastic collar stays work fine. YMMV

I now have enough shirts to rotate 1.5 weeks. Now just pick up whatever I like to add into the rotation. #feelsgood

Only thing I would change is the chest pocket but I guess that comes in handy when you in a hurry or your hands are full. The styles of print are also tasteful IMO.

Warning: I did receive a shirt with 3/4 sleeve when it was apparent the photos online as well as description revealed it to be full length sleeve. Was a bit bummed because it was the medium blue stripes shirt I've been wanting to wear. Now it is not even online in my size anymore e.g. I need a 15 1/2 or 'S' http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-easy-care-stripe-long-sleeve-shirt-size-l/074786-67-175?ref=mens-clothing%2Fmens-tops%2Fmens-dress-shirts

If you ask your tailor to add double darts starting at where the shoulders blades fold with the extra bit of material, the shirt fits wonderfully in my experience.
post #8704 of 11912

Difference in quality between the MEN Slim Fit Straight Denim Jeans A and MEN Slim Fit Straight Denim Jeans H on the UK site?

 

The A is 100% cotton for GBP 20 and the H is 98% cotton, 2% Spandex for GBP 35. I wonder which ages better. My guess it's the 100% cotton one. So I guess it is not us for who they sell the Spandex jeans, right?

post #8705 of 11912

How is the sizing of the Uniqlo slim fit goes, compared to the Levi's 511s? Same/slightly smaller/slightly larger?

 

The fit is also similar?

post #8706 of 11912

How the quality of the jeans sold in the US and UK compare? The UK site says Japanese denim, the US site says denim from Greece, Australia and the US (the non selvedge, cheaper jeans).

post #8707 of 11912
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Originally Posted by K2793 View Post

Any guidelines on how to size for cotton briefs? Not sure if I should get a small or medium
 

 

I believe they all have the same inseam. Small is for 28-30 waists, and Medium is for 30-33.

post #8708 of 11912
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Originally Posted by name View Post

Difference in quality between the MEN Slim Fit Straight Denim Jeans A and MEN Slim Fit Straight Denim Jeans H on the UK site?

The A is 100% cotton for GBP 20 and the H is 98% cotton, 2% Spandex for GBP 35. I wonder which ages better. My guess it's the 100% cotton one. So I guess it is not us for who they sell the Spandex jeans, right?

I would go for 100% cotton personally.
post #8709 of 11912
http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-extra-fine-cotton-broadcloth-check-long-sleeve-shirt/075386-11-005#addCart

Anyone have a real picture of these two shirts? I can't decide whether I want the blue or pink checkered. Or just help me decide which is better. Thanks!
post #8710 of 11912
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Originally Posted by hitormiiss View Post

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-extra-fine-cotton-broadcloth-check-long-sleeve-shirt/075386-11-005#addCart

Anyone have a real picture of these two shirts? I can't decide whether I want the blue or pink checkered. Or just help me decide which is better. Thanks!

I can take one when it gets here on Thursday. I ended up getting pink - could be a good beater version of my Schneider shirts.
post #8711 of 11912

With the Printed SS shirts being new, I guess they wont go on sale for $19.90 anytime soon right? I guess Ill order a couple shirts now.

post #8712 of 11912

Maybe one of you could help me out.

I am on a very tight budget and need a few shirts for the next 3 months.

 

I am 5'5, 160lbs, an average build, not all fat not all muscle.  I have a little bit of a beer belly. 

I used to be 145lbs, slimmer belly, and slimmer waist, 

 

before:

favorite pants Guess premium lincoln jeans: size 30. now I am in Levi 511 32/30s with a little extra room, a 31/30 would be perfect right now.

favorite shirts, tailor made, to tight right now.

store shrits: Express men 1mx fitted size small. (http://www.express.com/clothing/fitted+1mx+stretch+cotton+shirt/pro/0303885/cat1007 ) 

Now the express shirts pull in the chest and in the stomach area.

I usually wear a blazer, generally a 36S express photographer size, ( http://www.express.com/clothing/cotton+sateen+photographer+blazer/pro/6113046/cat560005 )

This blazer now fits tight in the stomach area, but is still usable 

 

obviously I need to lose weight but, to get me trough the next few months until I get back in shape what would you recommend as far as uniqlo sizing oxfords

 

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/goods/076081-01-003

 

Slim fit , or regular fit, small or XS ? 

 

I really appreciate any help I can get, and there is no Uniqlo near by otherwise I would just go try it on. '

Thank you

-Nate

post #8713 of 11912

Either regular small or slim fit medium. You'll have to get the shirts hemmed/shortened most likely too.

post #8714 of 11912

I just got the slim fit oxford in medium today, didn't fit, I wish I would of thought to take a tape and measure it before boxing it back up...I'm 5'10" 163 pounds in-between a 33 - 34" waist  and 38" chest.  The shirt buttoned, except for the bottom button was pretty snug and if I moved my arms it pulled at the button holes.  I guess I'm going to try a large slim fit and see what that's like.

post #8715 of 11912

Premium cotton-linen blazer fit, after tailoring:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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