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Same here. Picked them up at the start of season sale for about $ 20, from the regular $ 30.

 

Waiting for a few items to arrive in the mail tomorrow too so yay!

 

Anyone seen or tried the new women's faux leather biker?

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I'm also annoyed. I got two pairs of Tasmanian wool trousers and I would love to get the matching blazers. Hope they bring that stuff back

Same, been looking for the blazer for awhile now....everyday probably lol

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Outgrew my size 32 Tasmanian trousers...really hoping they make a comeback in the same gray and navy because the jackets still fit nice. Otherwise, 2 suits to donate ..
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i'll have to find some other linens now

Let us know when you find good source!
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The leg opening for the vintage chinos is big as hell. Fits ok everywhere else though.

 

Slim fit wears fine but looks like crumpled paper.

 

What does ironing a crease into chinos mean? Is it like ironing the pleats in?

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http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-skinny-fit-chino-flat-front-pants/078952-32-033?ref=mens-clothing%2Fmens-bottoms%2Fmens-pants

these seem interesting, been looking for tapered chinos like this in black. wonder if they're cut like t000s. gonna try them out if they're in stores next week.
anyone see these in store yet? (nyc) not at the soho location as of last week
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prob gonna fit you terribly with those specs
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Slim fit is definitely slimmer in the arms and shoulders by a few margins

Body as well but that is because I add in double darts. So, actually the body I do not see any difference beside length, which is shorter in the slim fit cut

I have 4 of the normal cut spread collar shirts and 1 slim fit, the slim fit fits fine sans arms bunch up a lot and chest a bit tighter.

I wear all small still. I need more. Great spread collars for the price. Just sucks I have to pay an extra $12 per shirt to get them slimmed in the body.

 

Thanks.  The slim fit is perfect for me in the shoulders, as opposed to the normal fit where the seam hits in an ok spot but there is a lot of bunching under the armpit.  There is also too much room in the body of the regular fit but that's less of an issue. 

 

I wish they'd release some darker colors in the slim oxfords like last fall's, then I'd be set.  I don't look good in pastels and I have enough grey/white stuff.

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Jet is right. Uniqlo is pretty straight fit with slim body. I'm afraid you will end up with either boxy body or tight chest/shoulder. I guess you can buy large and take out body a bit?
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Shirt is $30.
Shipping is $7.
Tailoring is $12.

~$50 for a fast fashion shirt? Man, shopping is a nightmare for me. Thanks guys.
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How the hell did you end up with a 40" chest? Im having enough trouble having a 37" chest at 5'7", and I would love to have a smaller chest if I can.

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shizle i was wondering the same thing lol.
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How the hell did you end up with a 40" chest? Im having enough trouble having a 37" chest at 5'7", and I would love to have a smaller chest if I can.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgPDdWirzBA
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