- Dec 4, 2010
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Second Journeyman on the Uniqlo chinos, rise for me sits at true waist. Slim cut and plenty of room in the thighs.
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I'd like to see the smaller size on you*Sigh*, you're right of course. Being awkwardly between sizes is so fucking annoying...
I've tried on quite a few things from uniqlo and the only things that fit me properly were the supima tshirts and the socks. The fit was awful on everything else (175cm/~78kgs)Is there a better value for money product than Uniqlo? I honestly couldn't think of one. The amount of beater-shirts I've bought from them over the year for ~$30-50 expecting very little, and yet they've held their shape brilliantly despite more whitewashes than an Australia top order.
I think off the rack double breasteds the hardest to pull off to accommodate the general population as it’s hard to design a pattern to address the fit and the length issues which is easier to achieve wth a single breasted pattern. Also not many ppl like dbs/or have the confidence to pull them offKind of off the topic this thread is currently on but it broke my heart when Peter Jackson ended their range of DBs. My only issue with that brand is that the shortness of their jackets, which can at least be worked around, and their less than ideal black tie range which is commonplace anyway. They are to a large extent lets make MJ Bale but more patterns and peak lapels and my go to for ready to wear.