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post #9106 of 11700
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Originally Posted by rabbitman View Post

so purchased a pair of those $9.90 relaxed twill shorts. excellent quality and fit for such a cheap price, you can't beat it. my only complaint is that I ordered a small with the measurements of the chino shorts in mind (31.5 waist) but these have a 28.5 waist. fits a little tight as I have a 31 waist, so going to exchange them for a medium which also has a 31 waist. its not visible in the website photos, but these shorts also have the lace inside the waistband you can tie for a better fit.
Such a stupid question, but what seperates them from the chino shorts?
As in how is the material different?
Also, how is the fit. I am looking for something slim but definitely not skinny.
post #9107 of 11700
Anyone happen to know if there are anymore of the MB polos with the v-neck collar and 2 stripes in stores?
I'm looking for the white with the black/red stripe and the navy.red stripe ones in Large.
post #9108 of 11700
i am looking for some cheap, decent-quality work pants for a business-casual office

does uniqlo sell anything in this realm?
post #9109 of 11700
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Originally Posted by thefastlife View Post

i am looking for some cheap, decent-quality work pants for a business-casual office

does uniqlo sell anything in this realm?

 

 

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/

post #9110 of 11700
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Originally Posted by amathew View Post


http://www.uniqlo.com/us/

i should have re-phrased


are their trousers serviceable for office attire?
post #9111 of 11700
I would only recommend their wool trousers that seems to be only available in fall. Light enough to still wear year round IMO
post #9112 of 11700
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

I would only recommend their wool trousers that seems to be only available in fall. Light enough to still wear year round IMO

I agree. I've been wearing my Tasmanian wool trousers weekly for a year and they've held up pretty good for the beating I've put them through at work. I'd only recommend the wool trousers.
post #9113 of 11700

^ Can't wait until the tasmanian wool stuff comes back...no luck finding the jacket ....

post #9114 of 11700
I have two pairs of the Tasmanian wool trousers for work and they're great. Ill definitely get the jackets if they come back to make some cheap suits.
post #9115 of 11700

Tasmanian pants just need a taper. If they sold them in fixed lengths + 7" hem, it'd be perfect.

post #9116 of 11700
Yes I need new trousers mine are too tight in the seat now.

Currently wearing Land's End year round trousers, which are okay but I still prefer the Uniqlo Tasmanian wool. A bit more heftier in hand.
post #9117 of 11700
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Originally Posted by Samir View Post

Tasmanian pants just need a taper. If they sold them in fixed lengths + 7" hem, it'd be perfect.

Agreed.

 

I have 4 Tasmanian suits (2 charcoal; 2 navy). Going on 3+ years of almost everyday wear; they still look great, but the fabric is noticeably thinner than most wools.

 

Actually looking at other suits, but the 2% elastane in the pants are super comfy.

post #9118 of 11700

^ Best suit, value-wise.  $29 for pants and $59 for the jacket.  Keep in mind, those are the sale prices.  

post #9119 of 11700
I just hope the coming F/W will not be too much change in terms of fabric and color because I just really need to update the bottoms. Jackets still fit me fine for the most part.

Otherwise, I would not mind spending money on 1-3 new suits, retail or sale.
post #9120 of 11700

most polos (not the MB obvs) going for $14.90 right now. Good time to stock up for the summer

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