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post #91 of 592
Their shirts aren't very slim. I generally wear a large in most brands and have to size down to a medium for a decent fit. Vintage chinos do run how Aqhong describes, blanked for a sec. Regular Uniqlo isn't that great if you're looking for slim fit stuff, unless you count their collaborations.
post #92 of 592
how is the fit on the gilded age shirts?
post #93 of 592
Thanks for the fit tips on the Vintage chinos. Much appreciated.
post #94 of 592
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Originally Posted by Bakes View Post
how is the fit on the gilded age shirts?

The polo/henley M fit more like an S but not as small as UT S tshirts. The fit on the long-sleeve shirts are perfect for me at M, but if you do a lot of weight training then the sleeves will be impossible to fit. It's made really slim.
post #95 of 592
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how is the fit on the gilded age shirts?

can't vouch for the shirts but the jacket was fairly slim and thus i sized up to a large when normally a medium.
post #96 of 592
The Gilded Age collab is Japanese-sized, just as the OC one was. Hence the lack of a size S, since M = S, L = M, etc.
post #97 of 592
anyone know how these shorts fit? waist wise and inseam length? im gonna do a phone order on some stuff ...of course i cant try on any of it
post #98 of 592
I think inseam is probably around 9". I tried them on a few weeks ago and didn't like them. IIRC, they were pretty slim in the thigh. I wanted something shorter and bought the 5" and the 7" from J.Crew.
post #99 of 592
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The Gilded Age collab is Japanese-sized, just as the OC one was. Hence the lack of a size S, since M = S, L = M, etc.

thats interesting to know - i was wondering why i fit a L
post #100 of 592
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I've got two awesome uniqlo denim for sale; black and indigo 30/34

If you had bought those MJK bamboo boxers PRIOR to purchasing your denim I think more people would be interested haha. Say no to freeballin'!
post #101 of 592
The shorts fit Mediums = size 32 waist (not 16" exactly but if you are a 32 in pants buy them). They hit pretty much at the knee unless you sag them. I like to roll mine a little because i'm a hipster douche
post #102 of 592
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post
If you had bought those MJK bamboo boxers PRIOR to purchasing your denim I think more people would be interested haha. Say no to freeballin'!

Haha, well I've never worn them. Only for the picture which I did wear underwear, i can't promise they were clean though

I'm getting those chino shorts tuesday in the mail, I got a small
post #103 of 592
does anyone answer the phone anymore on the customer orders line? left a message and haven't gotten a call back, no response to email. They used to get back to me right away.
post #104 of 592
^ They usually take a day or two to respond to my calls, and sometimes almost a week to respond to emails.
post #105 of 592
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does anyone answer the phone anymore on the customer orders line? left a message and haven't gotten a call back, no response to email. They used to get back to me right away.
Lately I've called and gotten a return phone in about a day or two. Anthony seems to be pretty busy, they only have one guy it seems doing the phone orders. They use to have a nice girl but I havn't dealt through her in a while.
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