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post #9226 of 12524
Thanks ya I deduced that from the website.
post #9227 of 12524
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Originally Posted by gort View Post

Uniqlo is opening 10 new stores in the US, but not any in Washington DC. frown.gif

http://t.co/NgKYRN8pqq

No LA? What were they thinking?
post #9228 of 12524
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

Thanks ya I deduced that from the website.

Fit is big.  Size down one.  I think the sleeves will still be a bit longer.  I think the bottom billows/flares a bit.  Comfy and great for summer.  Of course, ask others.

post #9229 of 12524
so worth getting? p2p, shoulder and length on s and m?
post #9230 of 12524
love my l/s linen shirts. I'd measure one but they're from asia and things are wonky over there sizewise
post #9231 of 12524
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

so worth getting? p2p, shoulder and length on s and m?
Click the size chart link for specific measurements on each uniqlo item...most items should have them listed
post #9232 of 12524

Just ordered a blue linen blazer and a grey linen shirt. I'm normally just shy of a 40r, so I ordered a medium in both. The buttoning point on the blazer is super high, but the jacket is also pretty short, and it only cost me thirty bucks.

post #9233 of 12524
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Originally Posted by Crump's Brother View Post

Click the size chart link for specific measurements on each uniqlo item...most items should have them listed

I don't trust them since my oxfords were completely different hence wanting actual measurements.
post #9234 of 12524
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Originally Posted by Reggs View Post

No LA? What were they thinking?

http://racked.com/archives/2013/02/01/uniqlo-avoids-middle-america-considers-la-a-new-country.php:

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"Los Angeles is a huge city and it's a huge potential, but we have to be very careful. We want to have a big impact when we launch, but we haven't even started considering [that] yet. It's like a new country."

Which I don't get at all. A store on the Promenade would make a mint.

post #9235 of 12524

Eh I live in LA and dont really want a Uniqulo in the area yet. I want feel like a special snowflake wearing Uniqulo, if they every make one in LA everyones going to be sporting it.

post #9236 of 12524
if they had one at grove or Hollywood and highland theyd make a shit ton
but would be a huge hassle anyway, only adv would be to find the standouts in person and immediate gratification
post #9237 of 12524
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Originally Posted by shizlefonizle View Post

Eh I live in LA and dont really want a Uniqulo in the area yet. I want feel like a special snowflake wearing Uniqulo, if they every make one in LA everyones going to be sporting it.

 

lol

post #9238 of 12524

Nice, a store at stonestown.

now I can just get there from walking distant.

maybe i will try to get a job there lol

post #9239 of 12524
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

I don't trust them since my oxfords were completely different hence wanting actual measurements.

They run a little bit bigger than the regular oxfords. I hang dry mine, no ironing, and with the wrinkling it ends up fitting a bit slimmer, pretty close to the regular oxfords. If you like how the regular oxfords fit, get the same size in linen, it'll be a good looser fit, as a linen shirt should be.

Medium s2s was about 18.25", p2p about 22". I machine wash cold, hang dry mine.

I tried sizing down to a small before, they get too tight around upper arms/elbow if you do the least bit of lifting, sleeves too short (6'1").
post #9240 of 12524
med oxfords fit me perfectly so slightly looser is good

one problem, all 5 colors i want are sold in medium wtf yo
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