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post #9811 of 12708

Anyone handle those camo corduroy pants yet? 

post #9812 of 12708
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

Uniqlo provides extensive measurements. They seem fairly accurate for the oxfords. Use them.

Thanks didn't know how accurate they were.
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I have drawers full of uniqlo socks. Some are lower quality than others. I tend to by them in the stores so I can handle them, some are great, more are good, and some are downright shitty.
post #9814 of 12708
Some new outerwear up on the site—duffle coat, pea coat, and chesterfield coat.

post #9815 of 12708
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Originally Posted by derv View Post

I have drawers full of uniqlo socks. Some are lower quality than others. I tend to by them in the stores so I can handle them, some are great, more are good, and some are downright shitty.

Their socks is absolute garbage.

I stick with merino wool socks that last much longer. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #9816 of 12708

Anyone got the faux leather biker jacket that could help me with fitting? Or more generally how's the fit on their jackets?

post #9817 of 12708
Wool blend jacket and matching pants a good starter suit? Need something cheap for weddings and job interviews and I don't really care about the finer points of suiting at the moment.
post #9818 of 12708
First time ordering from Uniqlo. What are some must-get's? I'm Canadian, so I have to make this order count, getting it shipped to me from a friend in the US.
post #9819 of 12708
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Originally Posted by JezeC View Post

is there any warranty for defective garments?

So my purple flannel slants to the right when I'm wearing it. What gives? I didn't know this until I wore the shirt partially buttoned. Can the tailor fix this?


I had the same problem and so did notwitit. A tailor can't fix it. Dunno about returns.
post #9820 of 12708
For the ppl asking about the must gets the oxfords are their best items. The socks are good if you don't mind synthetic materials on your feet. It makes my foot feel hot and weird.

The flannel was pretty good material wise but mine slanted to the side. The premium cotton tees are good on sale but I wouldnt get it for the regular price
post #9821 of 12708
I have a few oxfords and I'm just not a fan of the collar
post #9822 of 12708
I've heard the new oxfords have changed a fair bit in terms of fit, and are not as good?

Any input?
post #9823 of 12708
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Originally Posted by 1up View Post

First time ordering from Uniqlo. What are some must-get's? I'm Canadian, so I have to make this order count, getting it shipped to me from a friend in the US.

Nothing
post #9824 of 12708
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Originally Posted by 1up View Post

I've heard the new oxfords have changed a fair bit in terms of fit, and are not as good?

Any input?
 

 

I've purchased a few slim-fit oxfords within the past few months and the fit/quality is spot on for me. Definitely worth the $29 pricetag... I'd honestly pay twice that for them probably. I haven't handled them before until this year though.  

post #9825 of 12708

Has anyone tried either of these blazers? Not sure which one to go with:

 

Wool Blended Jersey Jacket

 

Wool Blended Jacket (Slim Fit)

 

 

(I'm in Canada, so unfortunately I can't try them on.)

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