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post #9721 of 11174
are there more coming? which patterns?
post #9722 of 11174
i hope, check uk site
post #9723 of 11174
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Originally Posted by superego View Post

also, sale on uniqlo now

Damn, just bought six shirts last night and all are on sale now frown.gif
post #9724 of 11174
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Originally Posted by ChetB View Post


Damn, just bought six shirts last night and all are on sale now frown.gif

 

Just rebuy them all then return the six shirts.

 

If they don't want to price adjust thats their problem. 

post #9725 of 11174
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

Just rebuy them all then return the six shirts.

If they don't want to price adjust thats their problem. 

I would do the same. nod[1].gif
post #9726 of 11174

Short guys of Uniqlo,

 

what do you do with the length of Uniqlo's pants? Do you hem it? Is it worth it?

post #9727 of 11174
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post
 

Short guys of Uniqlo,

 

what do you do with the length of Uniqlo's pants? Do you hem it? Is it worth it?

 

How short are you referring to? 

 

Pants should always be hemmed to the ideal length. 

post #9728 of 11174
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Originally Posted by JezeC View Post
 

 

How short are you referring to? 

 

Pants should always be hemmed to the ideal length. 

 

My pants need to be hemmed to 28-29'', which is a lot. 

post #9729 of 11174
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post
 

Short guys of Uniqlo,

 

what do you do with the length of Uniqlo's pants? Do you hem it? Is it worth it?

 

I'm 5"4 and unless they're dress pants, I won't get them hemmed. 

post #9730 of 11174
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post

My pants need to be hemmed to 28-29'', which is a lot. 

That doesn't seem too bad, unless your tailor charges you differently for the amount of fabric he lops off when hemming
post #9731 of 11174
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post
 

 

My pants need to be hemmed to 28-29'', which is a lot. 

 

They can hem 29" for you.

 

Are you asking if you can wear 32" if your true length is 28"? 

post #9732 of 11174

Does anybody happen to know if the Uniqlo sold in Asia fits the same as in the US/Europe? (I know the tagged sizes don't match, but I'm wondering if i.e. the same blazer in a US small and an Asian medium will have the exact same measurements.)

post #9733 of 11174
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post

Short guys of Uniqlo,

what do you do with the length of Uniqlo's pants? Do you hem it? Is it worth it?
You should take it into consideration when you are buying new pants.
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Originally Posted by JezeC View Post

How short are you referring to? 

Pants should always be hemmed to the ideal length. 
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post

My pants need to be hemmed to 28-29'', which is a lot. 
You should try to buy as close to your size as possible. If you get pants that are significantly longer your newly hemmed pants may be too wide if they are not straight leg.
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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

I'm 5"4 and unless they're dress pants, I won't get them hemmed. 
Don't your pants/jeans look sloppy then? I am slightly taller and need to get all of my pants/jeans hemmed. I usually get it hemmed to app. 29" inseam.
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Originally Posted by Zassiliss View Post

That doesn't seem too bad, unless your tailor charges you differently for the amount of fabric he lops off when hemming
See above comment regarding taper.
post #9734 of 11174
Jeans hemmed like dress pants look silly IMO.
post #9735 of 11174
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Originally Posted by Zassiliss View Post


That doesn't seem too bad, unless your tailor charges you differently for the amount of fabric he lops off when hemming

I don1t think the tailor charges me differently, it's usually a fixed price for every length.

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Originally Posted by JezeC View Post
 

 

They can hem 29" for you.

 

Are you asking if you can wear 32" if your true length is 28"? 

Does the online shop hem for free? I can't bring the pants to a shop, because I don't live near one. 

Yeah, does it look good? How much does Uniqlo pants stack?

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