- May 12, 2017
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I've got a couple of oxfords and broadcloths from them from the past 4 years and they're alright for the price. Just be selective, some do improve but some downgrade season per season, best to check and judge them in person. Most are a bit thin, but not the bad kind, I believe. Just always use a laundry net or hand wash gently to keep them in good condition. I like the U broadcloths from FW19 and SS20 even if they are thin, fabric improved a long way from the initial (yes, cheap) quality of initial U seasons - although I do miss the articulated armhole details. If you're on the fence, you can always wait for sale and price cuts so not much of an investment to try.That bd-shirt looks like it has substantial collar, which is nice. Anyone knows how Uniqlos shirt age in general, are they any good? I have a feeling they are tat thin? I’m hesitant to order any shirts since I’m afraid they are too thin, too boxy. Some heavier shirts do look good though.
That suit in end of the post looks good fitwise; comfy, casual and relaxed. I know a member here in StyFo who has a beautiful and substantial tweed sportcoat with regular jacket pockets, like let’s say harrington jacket pockets. It looks really good on otherwise normal SC. That Uniqlo u suit doesn’t have a chest pocket at all, and they could go even further