The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. Crump's Brother

    Crump's Brother Senior member

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    did they have any packs of wife beaters this year?

    i meant to check when i was there last weekend but forgot
     
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    The SS11-thread on Sufu was started January 12th, so I guess we'll have to wait a few weeks more. [​IMG]
     
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    theom- Senior member

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    I want to pick up a +j suit from uniqlo, not sure about the sizing? I'm 5'9" 165-170, so I'm thinking a M? or L? I dunno. Also how skinny are the tapered trousers? I can't go with anything too slim because of my thighs.
     
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    Tapered are REALLY slim, like 7" openings on the smaller sizes (30, 31 tagged waist size)
     
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    The tapered aren't too bad in the thigh, they stretch a little as well. Real small opening though, which I like.
     
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    :( didn't buy a single thing from + J this collection, hopefully stuff in my size will pop up on B&S.
     
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    I have a pair of the +j wool tapered pants in size 29 and the leg opening is actually less than 7", closer to 6.5". They are very slim but they don't have a painted-on appearance. I doubt they'd work with bulkier builds though.
     
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    My friend thought the tapered pants were too tapered, especially if your shoe size is 10+
     
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    if anyone has a XS in the grey quilted blazer I have a size S that I'm willing to trade. Feels a bit big with the sleeves a bit long.
     
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    I think a 7" or more is still okay for casual wear.

    Size 31 has about 6.9" as stated on UK Uniqlo measurements


    ^was that down blazer in gray more of a charcoal? if it was then cool. photos on uniqlo made it look like a boring grey
     
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    Shooot I want a pair of tapered pants now that I know that they are aggressively tapered. Are there any size 29 or 30 left @ Uniqlo stores?
     
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    I hear size 30 and under are pretty much sold out.

    FYI, there are 100% wool (wool flannel) then there are blends like 80/20 and 75/25 +J trousers ... I personally ordered the 100% wool as they are the same price, so why not? lol

    Also there are a lot of good basics via mainline uniqlo, but I would suggest people pick up some +J as they increasingly selling out with no restock.

    Next collab is Undercover x Uniqlo so another wait.


    This one is nice: http://shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/070485#colorSelect

    Anyone get it? I hear it feels rather thin though, more like a S/S than A/W or fall type of outerwear
     
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    ^ get yourself a barbour bedale instead.
     
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    Agreed that a bedale is nicer, but that jacket def fights better. However, its not waxed cotton, but coated cotton.
     

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