The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. ettebe

    ettebe Senior member

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    I bet a few pieces from the +J collection. I honestly wish I did not buy their sweater. It is piling like crazy and it annoying when I wear it. I do like the dress shirts though, finally something that fits quite well. Long-live slim fitting shirts.
     
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    Hi there! Can anyone proxy from the UK? I live in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
     
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    Damn, do you know of any Uniqlo coats like that that are warmer?
     
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    There was a down/wool blazer in the +J line if you can track one down, but generally Uniqlo coats are relatively lightweight.
     
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    I have that blazer and I don't think it'd be good for a Canadian winter. I would look to another brand, but in general wouldn't a Canadian winter warrant a heavy down jacket or something like that?
     
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    ^do you have any last season blazer that you dont want?
     
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    WhoKnewI Senior member

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    last season meaning the spring/summer collection?
     
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    I would also like to know?
     
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    If anyone has any of the +J cashmere cardigans in size small that you want to get rid of just let me know. Also interested in older season +J shirting in size small.
     
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    What's the leg opening of the slimmest chino uniqlo has? smaller than 8"?
     
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    Out of curiosity, does anyone know if the Made in Japan Denim ever go on sale?
     
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    Bought 3 J+ shirts and just ordered another two with v neck cashmere sweater. Egyptian cotton feels so fucking good, thank god I didn't miss out on this.
     
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    they did once.. for like ten bucks
     
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    They weren't even worth the $10. They were the most thin pair of jeans I have felt in the longest time. My friends who work there even said they were crap.
     
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    Does anyone own the cashmere v neck sweater? If I usually wear a medium in all J+ stuff should I still stick with a medium for the sweater or should I size up if I wanted to wear a button up underneath it?
     

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