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Anyway, been to the Uniqlo stores in Singapore and this is what I'd report sizing wise:
the main thing was the MB polos are going to be an awkward fit if you have bigger than average biceps. Personally, for me these were unwearable. An L fit perfect in the shoulders/chest, but I was worried I was going to rip the shirt at the arms trying it on
Same deal for the Oxford S/S slimfit - super tight in the arms. If I go up a size then they're a balloon at the waist. I think this was already mentioned ITT. Personally don't feel they're worth buying then altering.
Vintage Chinos you probably want to downsize 1 versus what you wear for their Jeans
the Perfect Fit cargo pants on the other hand are probably best 1 size larger than your Jean size? Selection was limited at the stores I went to for this pant so I didn't buy it, but I was comfortable in a 31/79 Chino, 32/82 Jean but the Cargo was going to need at least a 32 if not 33 - they only had 31's and it was not going to work
I loved the feel of their S001 slim straight jeans but they are just borderline in terms of roominess in the legs without having too loose of a waist. I suppose this is standard for anyone that squats. dyel? Bought them anyway b/c yolo and they will expand a little bit after use.
While I had fitup issues in the arms with the Oxford shirts, their Linen collection went much better.
Are different retail locations going to have different fabrication sites? The slim fit jeans they sold were made in China. If you're in the US/UK/Japan will they be made in Japan? Since I'm only in Singapore for a few days then back to home where we don't have these stores (yet), I bought anyway but of course would've been ideal if they were made in Japan.
EFM in stock @ 34th St. Crew, v-neck, and cardigans.
Also, the premium tees are 8 a piece for the week I think.
ALSO, not sure if this is new, but apparently they offer a DIY belt altering service now? As in they provide the tools and you're free to mess up your belt as you wish (after you pay, I'm guessing).