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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. tropics

    tropics Well-Known Member

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    I am just a little bigger than you (165 / 38) and went with M. I tried on the S and felt it was a bit on the small side, I figure a duffel should not be "too" fitted.
     
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    So sounds like S would work for you rather than XS
     
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    tropics Well-Known Member

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    Grrr tapatalk
     
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  4. WhoKnewI

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    Last time i was there, there were a few smalls in the suits and quite a few 32 size pants. give it a shot.
     
  5. Coldsnap

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    putting in a sundenlee order then, If i am a 38R I should get a regular small or if they dont have that a slim medium? In the wool flannel that is...
     
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    are u ordering their plus J suits or regular line suits? all the +J suits are one cut, which is pretty slim. if you are a 38R, I'd say go with the medium, although I have a 36 chest and I wear xs (though small works too, but needs to be heavily tailored in the body)
     
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    Ah, on +J website it has two different jackets, one says (slim fit) at the end.
     
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    I've tried on like 4 or 5 different styles of blazers this season and I would have been an xs in all of them. there was a velvet blazer that was "slim fit," but I have feeling you're not looking at that one.
     
  9. Coldsnap

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    Blah I just got a small and medium. I can always return one.
     
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    About 37" chest, under 38" and order size M slim fit.

    Body fits fine due to the higher armholes on the Tasmanian/+J wool flannel jackets.
    Shoulder fits good measuring at about 17.5" -- my MTM shirt yoke measurement is about 17.25"
    Suit jackets you should be more worried about the shoulder fit then body, echoing MC'ers

    Fits well with wool sweater and shirt when worn with one of those jackets.

    Would like to pick back up the matching +J wool flannel jacket in grey (06?). If anyone got size M slim fit or S regular fit, lmk!
     
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  11. Coldsnap

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    Ah cool. I got a 33 in the tapered trousers, I bounce between 32 and 33 they looked slim in the uk measurements so I went up.
     
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    Hope I'm not too late

    I've a 36.5" chest. P2P on my xs duffle measures about 20.5" Definitely fits a bit large. Arm length is just right for me though (my shirt sleeves are usually 33").
     
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    if i'm an Asian medium in Uniqlo (bought my uniqlo in Malaysia), what size should I get for the +J suits if I order from USA ? Go for small ?
     
  14. innerstyle

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    Yep small. You won't find any +J stuff in stores in small anymore though.
     
  15. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Well-Known Member

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    sundenlee got me a small suit today
     
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    Yea, not sure how but suddenlee stock is fucking terrific
     
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    :eh: they must have bought stuff before people ordered
     
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    I noticed that suddenlee doesn't ship to Australia, does anyone know any proxies that will ship down here?
     
  19. TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES

    TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES Well-Known Member

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    Can someone here comment on the quality of Heavy shawl Cardigans, which I believe are made of wool and polyester. How's the quality?

    Also How's the sizing: 150-160, 5'8, 39.5 chest, 17inch shoulders. Typically a small in mall shit (jcrew, CM).

    Furthermore, do the flannel's fit the same as the regular cotton button ups (oxfords, poplins,etc)?

    I recently bought some shirts while in japan in medium (small usa?) While the fit be the same? cheers
     
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    pm moi
     

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