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post #76 of 592
Do I have to bring in a receipt with my pants too or something?
post #77 of 592
any thoughts on the gilded age collab??
post #78 of 592
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Originally Posted by dizzhizz View Post
any thoughts on the gilded age collab??
It's nothing special but the polos are light and comfortable and the contrast on rolled cuffs is an interesting gimmick I guess. The sweater zip jacket is pretty damn comfortable as well, but again it's something most people already have a version of anyways.
post #79 of 592
I'm going to try on that cotton blazer tomorrow.
post #80 of 592
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Really? I just got some Vintage Chinos on sale for $30, and they were hemmed at no extra charge.

Do they have a lot of the vintage chinos in stock?
post #81 of 592
^ Dunno, I phone ordered them. Just call or email them and ask.
post #82 of 592
whats the big deal about these vintage chinos?
post #83 of 592
They have nice construction (herringbone lined pockets, donut buttons, cell phone pocket). A versatile fit, and last forever. The absolute best chino for the price; I'd take these over J.Crew any day.

Every time I'm back home I pick up a pair or two.
post #84 of 592
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Do they have a lot of the vintage chinos in stock?

On april 1st they had a ton of them



They're ok. The fit is pretty standard. The details and stuff are nice for the sale price of $30 though.
post #85 of 592
The vintage chinos are nice, but I prefer the really slim ones (I don't know the model anymore, thought it was T-000 but apparently that's just denim?) I have, though they don't have the same kind of detail the vintage do. They had those when you were there right Chrono?
post #86 of 592
Yea, they had a big wall of T-000. I think they're too skinny for me though, plus i'm not feeling their khaki ones.
post #87 of 592
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I got this red madras shirt and those cotton shorts over the phone

http://www.uniqlo.co.uk/catalogue/me...as-check-shirt

No clue why i got red, probably a poor attempt at buying something other than black, my X girlfriend says red shirts make my face look more red but oh well
post #88 of 592
How slim is their clothing compared to other brands? I notice the jackets are labeled slim and regular, but not the shirts. I am thinking about pulling the trigger on some over the phone orders.

Also, how is the return policy?
post #89 of 592
Can anybody comment on the sizing of the Vintage Chinos? Just wondering if the waist is as marked or 1" larger like most pants and if the inseams are as marked? Also, any shrinking with wash/dry? I need to phone order so I can't check them out myself. Thanks for the help.
post #90 of 592
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Originally Posted by wannabeagiant View Post
Can anybody comment on the sizing of the Vintage Chinos? Just wondering if the waist is as marked or 1" larger like most pants and if the inseams are as marked? Also, any shrinking with wash/dry? I need to phone order so I can't check them out myself. Thanks for the help.
Waist is about 2" larger than marked (my 29s measure 15.5" across), and I assume inseams are as marked, but I had mine hemmed. They don't really shrink, but will probably stretch a bit, as most cotton pants do.
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