The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. airblaster503

    airblaster503 Senior member

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    You should be fine though I would suggest at your size maybe getting the back pleat stitched the full length of the shirt. My chest fluctuates between 40-41 and a Medium fits me fine. For the premium collection does anyone know for sure if the stores in NY have the cropped pants? I need those and like WhoKnewI that stuff reminds me of last spring/summer +J collection. Thinking of picking up cropped pants in navy and black with regular navy pants and the navy blazer to put together a cheap suit for summer weddings.
     
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    FWIW, everyone I believe is talking the oxford that went on sale for $14.90

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    Chest Measurement:
    XS = 20.5"
    S = 21.7"
    M = 22.8"
    Jet = 24.4"

    If you have a 40-41 chest, a S would be fine.
    More than 41" a M will be fine.

    I actually ordered some shirts from the more recent promo $19.90, "Easy Care" oxfords and they measure about 1 size larger thus went with a XS (My chest is 40" tops measuring at about 38.5-39")

    Easy Care shirts across the board:
    Chest Measurement:

    XS = 21.1"
    S = 22.2"
    M = 23.4"
    Jet = 25"

    Hope this is clearer
     
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  3. airblaster503

    airblaster503 Senior member

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    Those chest measurements on the oxfords aren't very accurate to be honest. My Medium is about 21.8" pit to pit.
     
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    P. Bateman Senior member

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    I'm a 41" chest and the M is perfect.
     
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    ^^ Correct. I bought the XS and p2p was closer to 19 in.
     
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    Well I am sure you are all measuring wrong, Uniqlo is measuring wrong, or I am measuring wrong.

    Measuring Guide

    This is how Uniqlo measures from what I remember seeing someone post in here. Lied flat (and pulled tightly) then measured.

    If you already washed and dried etc. your measurements are affected

    I will try to post up measurements when my order arrives as they are currently in the midst of still looking for my size.
     
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    airblaster503 Senior member

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    Meh those are the measurements I just got from a unworn and unwashed oxford pulled tight, It could have been 22.8" if the box pleat on the back was pulled open though. Normally Uniqlo's measurements on the site are pretty spot on but these were not so much, and the fit isn't really any different than some I was able to get last year.
     
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    since everlane does not ship to europe how are uniqlo tees compared to h&m europe tees?
     
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    Crump's Brother Senior member

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    how much shrinkage is there when washing the oxfords that were $14.90 on promotion a few weeks ago?

    i got a small and medium and haven't decided which to keep
     
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    Can anyone do a UNIQLO proxy service for me? I live in California so there is no UNIQLO nearby. [​IMG]

    There is about 2-3 things I would like to get, so if you're already gonna go I'll just pay a flat rate of $20+ shipping fees. PM me if you can.Thanks!
     
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    plei89 Senior member

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    PMed
     
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    You should be fine to use suddenlee for that.
     
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    word. cheaper and probably faster service/shipping
     
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    Got them yesterday, fit is good but borderline (if it shrinks I'm screwed). These have really nice fabric, probably not going to buy any other button-downs but these for awhile. That pleat in the back is mad annoying though.
     
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    Just wash in cold water and hang dry and you should be fine, Mine haven't shrank at all. The box pleat does suck though, take it to a local tailor and get it sewn shut down the entire length of the back.
     

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