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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

i've tried a total of 6 shirts from uniqlo different seasons/years all in the same size which is my regular size extra small slim fit/regular fit. fit was always bad on me. i don't mind paying more for a shirt if i know the cut works better for me. right now the only things i own from unqilo is the ma-1 and heattech items. heattech longjohns and longsleeves are great for staying warm without bulking up on layers too much in the cold.

Feel you brother. It's an unfortunate fate if uniqlo shirting doesn't fit. The fit on the oxford is flawless on me. For most other cotton and flannel shirts I wish they were just a tad roomier. However, a recent EFC shirt fit me much better(although not perfect) than one from 1.5-2 years ago so they're still tweaking.
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I'm starting to think the MA-1 isn't coming back in stock on the UK online store...

Anyone been to the store in London recently and know if they have any?
post #9858 of 11535
Gah, bad link...
Edited by noob - 10/16/13 at 12:11pm
post #9859 of 11535
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Originally Posted by superego View Post

what cashmere are you dropping $200 on and getting years of wear? have both a merino and cashmere v neck and totally impressed by the quality/cost on these

I have a cashmere sweater from APC that I paid $200 for like 10 years ago and it still looks great. It's been all over the world with me and I wear it on my bicycle commute to work every day that it's cold enough. Today, maybe you'll pay $300 for the same sweater, but it's totally worth it to me. Different strokes.

WHAT THE?!?
post #9860 of 11535
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Originally Posted by transient View Post

Feel you brother. It's an unfortunate fate if uniqlo shirting doesn't fit. The fit on the oxford is flawless on me. For most other cotton and flannel shirts I wish they were just a tad roomier. However, a recent EFC shirt fit me much better(although not perfect) than one from 1.5-2 years ago so they're still tweaking.

I thought the flannels were roomier than the oxfords? Fuck.
post #9861 of 11535
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Originally Posted by jet View Post


I thought the flannels were roomier than the oxfords? Fuck.

 

Of the two I have, one is a bit roomier (more like the regular fix ox) and the other fits exactly the same as the slim fit.

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My two flannels (no construction issues on them, btw) fit a tad roomier than my slim fit oxfords, although I've washed/dried the latter many times over.

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hmm maybe I should have sized up don't want fitted flannels thanks fellas
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Agree on the flannels. Mine was only slightly bigger (chest, shoulders, and waist) than the slim fit OCBDs
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I wear an XL in the slim fit oxfords (have to tailor them at the waist though) and got the purple flannel in large. I'd say it fits similar to the regular fit oxford.
post #9866 of 11535
I'm 5'10, 165-170 and a relatively athletic build. Anyone similar and okay with a medium in the OCBD's? I ordered medium pretty much everything, hope they fit!
post #9867 of 11535
^ Just compare the measurements on the site with measurements of a shirt you own.

FWIW, I weigh the same at 6' 2" and take a medium OCBD (slim fit). Wouldn't want them any slimmer though.
post #9868 of 11535
Woolover looks okay, but how does it really fit?
post #9869 of 11535
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Originally Posted by 1up View Post

I'm 5'10, 165-170 and a relatively athletic build. Anyone similar and okay with a medium in the OCBD's? I ordered medium pretty much everything, hope they fit!

 

I'm around that build and slim medium in the oxfords is fine with me.

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Got a couple knits in the mail yesterday and they feel cheap, but I guess that's to be expected. I'm still keeping them as beater sweaters for days I don't care about fashion.

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