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The Uniqlo Thread

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

  1. dotcomzzz

    dotcomzzz Distinguished Member

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    They look like pants you would wear in the Navy, like with a pea coat and while carrying a duffle bag. I dunno, I just cant' get behind the slash pocket I guess.
     


  2. Snoopy

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    The only Uniqlo item I find myself wearing year after year is the heatech tights/long johns. I believe it's the medium weight. Under pants/denim/joggers they are heaven.

    Everything else from Uniqlo I don't care about it's gotten to the point I rarely shop there anymore.
     


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    No UU oxford for SS18?...
     


  4. leeba

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    Does anybody have the UU wool blended jacket (blazer) from this season? How's the fit/movement of the piece? Reviews on the Uniqlo website say it restricts movement and doesn't move well, which is weird
     


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    It's cut weird for some reason which was disappointing because I really liked the details on it. I can't close it properly without it constricting my chest area, getting a size larger doesn't solve it. And since it also lacks a bit of lining, it can look sloppy due to the creases. Sad. It may work for really slim guys.

    The matching wool pants are nice though.
     


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    Really hope these aren't low waisted.
     


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    gettoasty Stylish Dinosaur

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  9. Bullitt

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    Had a look a the pyjamas yesterday. The fabric feels like the flannel shirts. A bit too flimsy for my taste. Didn’t like the colours either. Thought I would get the red one, but the colour is quite different from what they show on the website. Looks rather flat and washed out. Maybe at this price point one should not expect more. On the other hand, I bought a few things from Uniqlo in the past, that are great quality and didn’t cost much.
     


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    I pop back into this thread every few months and it's always the same...everything is crap now...shrinks 3 sizes in the wash...materials so thin you can strain cottage cheese...etc.

    However, I've been able to count on Uniqlo for supima Ts (haven't noticed any changes); heattech (running tights are boss and cheap); oxfords (still feel the same to me, still very hard to iron); and jeans you're going to use for painting the house and other messy jobs. The Anderson collection was one of the best I've seen; not my cut, but it was really interesting, and very British, in a good kind of way.
    ciao
     


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