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post #9901 of 12688
The flannels look good foo.gif I will see if I can find some.


Are the skinny black jeans similar to the slim fit mij selvedge jeans? I have an old pair that I am a bit reluctant about
post #9902 of 12688
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

fedex du pulled up a little while ago so took a quick and dirty snap of one of the flannels (always looks larger in my shots)

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fits a little snug in the armpit with this oversize tee on, would prob floss with thermal underneath, a bit snug throughout the arm, length is good, shoulders almost too perfect, would prefer collar points to be longer, fabric feels impressive for 29 bux, don't like the buttons

overall recc'ed by me

if i made flannels they would slightly more antifit through shoulder and sleeve but not baggy and shorter sleeves

too bad it's 85 today or i'd be wearing one of them, patterns are great

Will you get the length adjusted by a tailor, or just leave it? Probably not worth it for a $29 dollar flannel.
post #9903 of 12688
Stopped by the Hillsdale uniqlo today. Selection is... okay. No slim fit oxfords, no suiting, and not the full knit selection. I did grab the purple/black camo. Took my regular oxford size (XS). EFM crew knits feel pretty good, and the lambswool isn't as scratchy as last year's. (70/30 nylon vs 100)
post #9904 of 12688
Yeah, I bought a v-neck one the other day and this year's lambswool feels much softer than last's. I'm hoping they bring back crew neck ones with set in sleeves. I just want to see how much it pills. If it's better than last years I'm gonna buy a few more to just have on hand.
post #9905 of 12688
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Originally Posted by 1up View Post

Will you get the length adjusted by a tailor, or just leave it? Probably not worth it for a $29 dollar flannel.

no i like long tops and at 30" for a button up it's perfect, you can't tell from the darkness of the crotch and close downward angle but it doesn't cover the crotch as it appears

like i said the pic is deceptive
post #9906 of 12688
What v-neck is that jet? You still stand by uniqlo for tees?
post #9907 of 12688
uniqlo size xl, good but not perfect for my taste

flannel size M
post #9908 of 12688
Not sure when I should replace all my old Everlane tees...they all hug my arms now and I sort of what to try v-necks again as I only have crew. Might just pickup 7 +/- next time I'm in SF downtown
post #9909 of 12688
i haven't worn a tee in a long time because all the new updated fits if i get my correct size hug my arms and are way too short. sizing up gives me wing on the arms and barely any length but tons of length in the torso.

well i wear undershirts but they are not visible.
post #9910 of 12688

I could use some advice on blazer sizing; I'm pretty tall/skinny (6'1", 38" chest), not sure if I should go with a small or a medium. Thinking I might need the latter just for the extra length...

post #9911 of 12688
I'd like to order a couple of Uniqlo long-sleeve t-shirts but am unsure on sizing. Looking at the measurements provided, a L looks correct although it's maybe a hair narrow in the shoulders. But the consensus from reviews and forum posts seems to be that one needs to size down one. I wear a M or L in most American brands, and I definitely wouldn't consider myself broad-shouldered.

I'm a 16/34 in dress shirts and wear a 38R jacket. My Kent Wang long-sleeve polos in L fit me very closely. What size should I order in a Uniqlo long-sleeve t-shirt?
post #9912 of 12688
I'm about the same size as you, I'd get a L. They shrink quite a bit in the wash.
post #9913 of 12688
I don't like their long sleeve T's from last year, they had a very annoying wrist flair thing going on. These new soft touch ones are probably the same thing. I really liked these ones though: http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/goods/078720-06-004
post #9914 of 12688
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Originally Posted by Zassiliss View Post

I'm about the same size as you, I'd get a L. They shrink quite a bit in the wash.
Thanks, my friend.

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Originally Posted by baxter0 View Post

I don't like their long sleeve T's from last year, they had a very annoying wrist flair thing going on. These new soft touch ones are probably the same thing. I really liked these ones though: http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/goods/078720-06-004
That link is an error for me. I hear you on the wrist thing, though. My wrists are slim. Any suggestions?
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