- May 12, 2017
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Thanks. That's exactly the one I was curious about.Specifically for the U mock neck middle gauge fisherman knit, it wasn’t itchy for me, but some may have sensitive skin. I’d recommend sizing up on knits so there’s allowance, and wearing an undershirt can help too.
Thank you. That was what I was worried about. In that case, I'll play it safe and avoid it altogether. I've tried on a wool sweater at a Uniqlo store before; it definitely irritated my skin. I can't handle that.They were in my cart until I read multiple reviews on the jp site saying it was itchy.
It's quite oversized. Just like all the other UU shirts. I wore it while demonstrating and teaching taichi and it felt perfectly loose and comfortable in that situation. I like it very much!Sorry yes I meant the UU one
Is this TTS you're wearing here? That seems to be on the slimmer side. I like the oversized look personally, so this would be to small for me, but as I mentioned the measurement seem huge. A 25" body width as normally an XL/XXL, but they saying that for a medium.
Like it as well, fits as wide as the oxford and corduroy ones. Just a bit different sizing on the U Broadcloth shirts, they fit a bit closer (I notice this every FW when some items fit less loose), so just check accordingly when fittingIt's quite oversized. Just like all the other UU shirts. I wore it while demonstrating and teaching taichi and it felt perfectly loose and comfortable in that situation. I like it very much!
I would say it's pretty standard sizing, so not slim fit. Size down if you like it slim, TTS if you want a normal fit and one up if you want it oversized. All personal preference really...Anyone have experience with the Uniqlo sweatshirt sizing? The description says relaxed fit but to size up for an oversized fit. Is that necessary or is it already pretty relaxed? Typically buy M or L depending on size guide. Usually a M if it specifically says garment is oversized (like the U oversized T or the oversized polos from spring)
The U wide fit sweatshirt this season are a bit sized for women compared to last season's mens, so you need to size up. Same goes for the hoodies in my fit experience if you want a bit of allowance. Mainline Uniqlo sweats are regular fit for me, agree with above tips on sizing.Careful with the wide fit U sweatshirts. They look big but in my experience they’re normal size with a dropped shoulder.
Depending on the style you got and desired fit, not really. They have both slim and regular (vintage cut) mainline sweatshirts. The UU one's fit different again apparentlyWhat is weird is that in the sweat shirt I had to size down from my regular sizing. Very strange, everything else fits TTS for me
Quite a few of the reviews on the website also complain about the length. Was planning to pick up a pair because I've got a limited wardrobe where I'm staying atm and don't have anything particularly warm, but passed on the sweatpants because of thatAnybody here got the Men's U sweatpants and thought it's too cropped??? I am only 5 ft. 9. Not even that tall..
Women's U sweatpants in one size up than my normal size fits way better but they sold out so fast...