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post #436 of 448

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.

post #437 of 448
I'm 6' with a 41 chest, would Muji work for me? I like a longer fit on my tees though, any better alternatives? Everlane tees are also too short.
post #438 of 448

If you're in a place where you can, just order a few and find out, it's not like they're a big price to drop. For a longer fit the only fairly budget place I can think of is AA, I haven't personally tried any of their tees yet though, but I've been meaning to.

post #439 of 448

Just got these at 35% off the sale price, sizes available are 11.5 and 13.5.

 

http://www.sierratradingpost.com/hummel-stadil-low-top-shoes-leather-sneakers-for-men~p~3399a/

post #440 of 448

h&m

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For real? that's cool, how quickly do they fall apart/are they paper thin?

post #442 of 448
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For real? that's cool, how quickly do they fall apart/are they paper thin?

Dunno about their own ones, but the hm&beckham stuff I've tried is good value (henleys, briefs and long johns)

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For real? that's cool, how quickly do they fall apart/are they paper thin?

 

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.

post #444 of 448
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Really can't rep muji enough, for people on a budget they're one of the best places for quality/price ratio ime.

+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.

post #445 of 448

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
post #446 of 448
Consensus will prob be something along the lines of J Crew Urban Slim Fit or drink some booty sweat in Dockers Alpha Chinos but neither of those worked well for me and ultimately ended up pulling the trigger on Incotex, which is by no means affordable but 2 years of looking left me frustrated.
post #447 of 448
Uniqlo chinos
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Some sweater-on-sweater action for your Thursday morning.



Club monoco
Uniqlo x2
JE
CP
 
Thought this was worth x-posting:
 
  • 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.

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