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malcb33

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Yeah, I just bought a 3 pack the other day. One thing I wish they had was a metal strip near the nose. Disposable masks have them, and it would have made the mask less likely to slip down when wearing it.

And I believe they can be washed up to 20 times.
I actually just added some from my disposable masks I had. Super easy to do, but I agree they should come with the nose strip.
 

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I actually just added some from my disposable masks I had. Super easy to do, but I agree they should come with the nose strip.
Can I ask how you did it? Looks like the seem isn't particularly wide.

It's not a deal breaker, mind you.
 

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Can I ask how you did it? Looks like the seem isn't particularly wide.

It's not a deal breaker, mind you.
I just cut a small slit in the top binding and slid the nosepiece in. The binding is stretchy and if you cut the corners of the nosepiece so it doesn’t dig in, it’s not difficult to put in.
 

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Just a word of advice to those who have yet to wash your masks you should wash them in cold water. The mask I washed in hot appears to have shrunk a bit.
 

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More +J Teasing.
I was able to feel the items on display, here are some initial impressions: the wool cashmere coat really felt luxe. The military bomber blouson was quite hefty. The wool blend suiting isn’t much of a stand out but it did feel well made from most Uniqlo suits. Cashmere knit is your usual Uniqlo quality. Chino pants do have that interesting curved shape, fabric is your usual Uniqlo chino fabric as well. Supima mockneck is nice but it is thin. Buttons on most look dull though, but didn’t feel cheap. Looking forward to next week 👍

Also, really like the tagline behind the +J tag.

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More +J Teasing.
I was able to feel the items on display, here are some initial impressions: the wool cashmere coat really felt luxe. The military bomber blouson was quite hefty. The wool blend suiting isn’t much of a stand out but it did feel well made from most Uniqlo suits. Cashmere knit is your usual Uniqlo quality. Chino pants do have that interesting curved shape, fabric is your usual Uniqlo chino fabric as well. Supima mockneck is nice but it is thin. Buttons on most look dull though, but didn’t feel cheap. Looking forward to next week 👍

Also, really like the tagline behind the +J tag.

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Tempted by the +J Hybrid down parka, but not sure if its worth 159 euros especially when the pretty similar looking mainline parka is on sale for 59 euros. But for some reason the mainline parka has no fit pics so I could compare it with +J parka.

Bought too much UU stuff and its more of my style so might skip this collection entirely. But will probably regret missing some great piece of clothing afterwards. Damn it.
 
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More +J Teasing.
I was able to feel the items on display, here are some initial impressions: the wool cashmere coat really felt luxe. The military bomber blouson was quite hefty. The wool blend suiting isn’t much of a stand out but it did feel well made from most Uniqlo suits. Cashmere knit is your usual Uniqlo quality. Chino pants do have that interesting curved shape, fabric is your usual Uniqlo chino fabric as well. Supima mockneck is nice but it is thin. Buttons on most look dull though, but didn’t feel cheap. Looking forward to next week 👍

Also, really like the tagline behind the +J tag.

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Are the suit jackets structured or no?
 

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Are the suit jackets structured or no?
Didn’t inspect much but it feels like it when I touched the shoulder side; some interesting minor detail also are small stitches under the lapels (must be for binding or pad stitching?)
 

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Tempted by the +J Hybrid down parka, but not sure if its worth 159 euros especially when the pretty similar looking mainline parka is on sale for 59 euros. But for some reason the mainline parka has no fit pics so I could compare it with +J parka.

Bought too much UU stuff and its more of my style so might skip this collection entirely. But will probably regret missing some great piece of clothing afterwards. Damn it.
My personal rule is that I must feel the Konmari “kyun!” spark-joy feeling when I put it on, so there shouldn’t be any pressure. Am a but worried about how the suit would fit me as I am more into the U side of silhouette, but will see.
 

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Found this on Youtube. Gives a little bit more of a teaser with some items worn by the models.

Really wish the men's stand collar shirts came in a simpler flowy style similar to the women's.
 
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Really wish the men's stand collar shirts came in a simpler flowy style similar to the women's.
You can probably just go for the women's shirt and size up. I'm eyeing the chester coat in the women's collection which seems to have a belt whereas the men's version does not.
 

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