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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. gettoasty

    gettoasty Well-Known Member

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    I need at least 8" ...
     
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    Say, anyone got a pic of the gray Indian flannel shirt? Because I'm trying to picture that in its natural state -- crumpled, faded, and plastered with cat hair -- but coming up short.

    Thanks.
     
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  5. JilSlander

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    Got the +J Wool Trousers from the original run in size 30. Leg opening was 7".
     
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    plan on getting the same. how did you sized the jacket? any measurements? (I know uk site has measurements}
     
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    SF store has lots of AP in stock, just got back checking it. Didn't pick anything up though... The bomber is thick and warm but too bulky, everything else is ok but boring. Things fit slim and shoulders are a little tight if you go TTS.
     
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    7"


    I'm usually an XS and between XS and S in the normal jackets. I went for S and the jacket fits amazingly, it's just a tiny bit smaller than the S in the wool-blend jackets.
     
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    You got it in grey? Did you see the black? is it, like, black? or more of a very dark grey like it appears on the webstore?
     
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    True, especially the sweatshirt, had to go with a medium rather than a small to get the desired fit.
     
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    Thanks for that. Was actually deciding between xs and s. Def getting s.
     
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    had a quick look in store today, measurements on the UK site are accurate. I have a 39" chest, usually look for 17.5" shoulder measurement, and an M fit me well.
    quality seemed acceptable for the price point, reasonably soft flannel.
     
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  13. diniro

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    Yeah I just need a cheap suit for rare formal occasions.
     
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    same for me, although i think some of the lower-priced suitsupply models are probably better (i believe all their suits are half-canvassed) and not a lot more expensive
     
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    anyone own/try on their wool blend dress pants?

    need some new ones. anything better out there for same price point?
     
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    J. Crew bowery or Ludlow, 100% wool at least, and always on sale at some point
     
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    I think it was actually black.
     
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    they have new "Urban sweat pants" at Uniqlo NYC store for $49.90

    It's a thicker elastic cotton material. Fit is slightly tapered and real stylish. Quality is up there with the higher Nike sweat pants.

    What i like about these are the crotch area feels more solid so your D isn't popping out and swinging around like in the $29 ones ($20 online right now)
     
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    Are these mainline Uniqlo or Alexandre Plokhov collab?
     
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