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The Uniqlo Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by weirdnjfan1, Nov 21, 2006.

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  1. jet

    jet Well-Known Member

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    Ya I wasn't sure how accurate that was for some reason, thanks we soon to be twinsies.
     
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    yes! green and wine are the best colors. Small p2p is about 18.5 inch
     
  3. gettoasty

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    mellow, are you usually a XS then in uniqlo crew/vneck sweaters? (EFM, lambswool, etc.)
     
  4. pseudonym

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    Hmm, Black Friday/weekend sales don't look too bad.
     
  5. gettoasty

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    nvm! wrong jacket..
     
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    So I'm going to be that guy and ask a question I could probably find an answer to if I scoured this thread for a few hours:

    I've got a wedding to attend in January. I have no suit and don't wear suits enough to ball out. So...

    1) What size would I need for the non-slim J+ suit jacket (42-inch chest), large?
    2) Is stock still decent enough that I could get the full suit?
    3) If so, I need a proxy. My brother is going on Saturday, but I've already saddled him with enough items to buy and don't feel like making a possibly complex addition.
     
  7. gettoasty

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    which one you looking at? Link? I can help u
     
  8. hwai333

    hwai333 Well-Known Member

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    is the Navy +J Flannel (slim fit) blazer still available anywhere ? HK/Japan and UK website is sold out. I need this in a M in asia sizing or S for US/UK.
     
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    The wool jacket (069811) and I guess trousers to match. I haven't been paying attention; what's the difference between Trousers A and B?
     
  10. gettoasty

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    usually it's just the color when they mark A/B/C or make i.e. merino cashmere blend instead of merino or cashmere

    that photo, is it the Wool Serge +J jacket?
    Seems like you'll need a medium, large has 22.8" chest across

    I used UK measurements for my jacket and it was pretty accurate, though I paid more attention to the shoulder width: http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/support/size/069912_size.html

    or if you were referring to the +J Wool jacket (non-slim fit):
    http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/support/size/069811_size.html
    still need a size medium.
     
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    is body width for Uniqlo's suit jackets measured at the chest, pit to pit?

    the medium only has a 21.3" body width and 17.5" shoulders. i think it will be too small for someone with a 42" chest. i have a 38" chest and wanting to get a medium.

    i think these are the matching trousers: http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/070171
     
  12. ConPanna

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    Who could you tell me?
    I bought in last year's a Ultra light jacket is known as the goose-down.
    I heard about that jacket of this season as the duck-down.
    Is it right?
     
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    again, I usually follow the shoulder width as I find it more important for a well fitting jacket. the chest can be taken in a little/fixable.
    this is the measurement i used for myself, slim-fit jacket non +J:http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/support/size/069475_size.html
    Medium fits fine personally.

    sorry can't help =\
     
  14. NormanD

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    If anyone is looking for a UK proxy, crohnoes is very quick and a pleasure to deal with.
     
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    I am also in need of a suit and was wondering if an XS +J Slim fit would fit someone with a 34 chest and a <17" shoulders??

    Thanks!
     
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    Ya, u prob need XS in UK/US sizing or S in Asian size.



     
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    Are there any other uk proxy's besides crohnoes that you guys would recommend?
     
  19. Philip

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    briony
     
  20. modual

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    I'm still offering a proxy service from the uk. Search my username to find feedback and my thread which outlines my fees and service.
     

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