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post #9736 of 12702
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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post


You should take it into consideration when you are buying new pants.
 

I just wonder if it's worth to specifically hem Uniqlo pants, considering the low price and hemming will surely cost half as much as the pants. 

post #9737 of 12702
fastest promo on flannels and now it's over

at least they got a couple more in in gargantuan sizes

looking at a corduroy shirt too any reviews
post #9738 of 12702
Jet,

UK flannels are now up on the U.S. site.
post #9739 of 12702
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post

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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post

You should take it into consideration when you are buying new pants.

 
I just wonder if it's worth to specifically hem Uniqlo pants, considering the low price and hemming will surely cost half as much as the pants. 

It cost ten bucks. Hem your pants.
post #9740 of 12702
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post

I just wonder if it's worth to specifically hem Uniqlo pants, considering the low price and hemming will surely cost half as much as the pants. 

When I buy trousers from Uniqlo, they are hemmed in store. They offer a free alteration service here.
post #9741 of 12702
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Originally Posted by Vaio View Post

Jeans hemmed like dress pants look silly IMO.
You can just get jeans hemmed like jeans.
post #9742 of 12702

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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post

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.

 

 

Yeah, it probably a lot more more sloppier than I realize but I like the "stacked" look so I'm fine with it. 

 

post #9743 of 12702
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Originally Posted by ChetB View Post

It cost ten bucks. Hem your pants.

Shit, I just found out it costs me $30 a pair to hem and slim pants to my liking. That puts my whole backlog of cheap or thrifted pants in jeopardy -- vivid Uniqlos, Armanis of fine Italian fabric and construction, save for the wide, swishing hems. Once, I imagined myself trolling these streets like the second coming of a pale JKissi, but now -- now that has all crumbled to ruin.

Buy the right length, kids, is what I'm saying. Buy them or suffer my fate.
post #9744 of 12702
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

Buy the right length, kids, is what I'm saying. Buy them or suffer my fate.

Not so easy for us fellas that are short and want to still shop Uniqlo.
post #9745 of 12702

lol.

 

Anyway, the houndstooth flannel is dope. Cop with swiftness

post #9746 of 12702

How do Uniqlo flannels fit? I'm around 5'9'-5'10" and 150 and I ordered three in a small. 

post #9747 of 12702
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Originally Posted by TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES View Post

UK flannels are now up on the U.S. site.

Sloppy seconds. Low stock and none of the good ones.
post #9748 of 12702
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Originally Posted by TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES View Post

Jet,

UK flannels are now up on the U.S. site.

shit man when i checked this thread on my phone i was like fucking finally, came home ready to order and they got all but the 2-3 that i want from the uk site

fuck
post #9749 of 12702




UNIQLO ON TV!

There's Elizabeth Henstridge, a.k.a. Agent Simmons, the improbably hot science geek from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., rocking the white print shirt, and Clinton Kelly, host of TLC's What Not to Wear, likely souring you on the cashmere cardigan.

This last one is just Randy Quaid. Not sure why that's on my computer, exactly.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
post #9750 of 12702

underwear restocked  :D

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