Yeah, they do. Really can't rep muji enough, for people on a budget they're one of the best places for quality/price ratio ime. Their tees are also great, 2 pack for £10, really nice soft cotton and a decent fit, on me the s is a bit short and the m is a bit boxy, but i have an extra long torso, so on normally proportioned people they'd probably fit great.
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Just got these at 35% off the sale price, sizes available are 11.5 and 13.5.
I own one, I bought it for $10 cause I spilled coffee on what I was wearing that day. It's paper thin but I kinda like that, has a scoop neck, and is maybe 2" longer than uniqlo (I go M in uniqlo dryfit and L in these, normally a 40). I'm not in love with the fit but it's much much slimmer than everlane or uniqlo or anything, my main issue is I could use more shoulder room. Also where else can you get a scoop neck tee for $10?
I bought it in the summer and it's still kickin', which is surprising.
+1. I really like their button downs and their chinos are some of the best fitting I own. Sales get pretty crazy too, up to 70%. It's too bad their web store sucks because stock can be pretty erratic in store.
What's the general consensus on the best pair of affordable chinos? I bought a pair of Davis chinos from CM last fall and enjoyed them, might get another pair if I can't find something better in the same price range.
Also been trying to find a cotton unstructured blazer for the spring and summer. Would be cool if I could find a suit set even. I saw this club monaco one for sale but not in my size and I'm in search of something similar
Edited by ShakeEmUp - 3/6/14 at 10:09am
Some sweater-on-sweater action for your Thursday morning.
- Club Monaco sweater: $27
- Uniqlo Cardigan: $29
- Uniqlo Oxford: $29
The jeans and shoes were more, but could obviously be swapped for Levi's and stan smiths or whatever floats your boat.