The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. Severisth

    Severisth Senior member

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    What size did you get in the rider jacket? If I recall correctly from the stuff I've sold to you we're roughly the same size :)

    BTW, how did the tailoring turn out on the SS jacket?
     


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    I went with a small, but an XS would work too depending on how fitted you want it to be (if you want a cropped, super slim look). The material is pretty stretchy.

    The Schneider jacket I actually gave to my room mate. The sleeves were altered great, but I still didn't like how boxy the body was and I didn't feel like altering it even more. Shame, it's a beautiful jacket.
     


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    Severisth Senior member

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    Alright, sounds like if I get one I'll go with a small. Shame about the SS jacket, though I had the same issues, body was just too boxy for me. Well, back to Uniqlo conversation; I hope they do another $29.90 jean promotion at some point, would like to pick up a pair or two of the washed T000 jeans at some point. Ugh, why can't Uniqlo bring back the dark and light gray overdyed T000, my old pairs are about done in.
     


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    I really like the UU collection. Will pick up an easy jacket in S (anyone have one?) when they do another sale. The pants are great too...I have the lightweight cotton ones (I might've bought from you actually?) and they're great for field work, very breathable and relatively quick drying.
     


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    Severisth Senior member

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    Yeah I picked up the easy jacket on a whim and have worn it out the last few nights, very easy to just throw it on, surprised how much I liked it.
     


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    Got all my stuff from Suddenlee today: easy jacket, cropped chinos, cropped pants, uu crewneck ss tees, uu hidden placket shirt.

    Only thing I'm unsure about is the easy jacket. Flares a bit around the bottom in a not-so-great way.
     


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    It looks okay if you button top one or unbutton them all and let them flare. Its an easy jacket after all
     


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    Yeah. Maybe I'm just too used to all of my hyper-tailored shit. Verdict is still out, need to play with it a bit more.

    Also, anyone know if/how badly the UU tees shrink? Mine fit just about perfect right now so I'm a bit concerned. Guess I'll just stick to cold wash/hang dry.
     
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    I would seriously love them to bring back a gray overdyed T000. I've been looking for a nice pair of Grey jeans since like forever!
     


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    Fell in love with my easy jacket today, so nice with pants v neck and aldens. Can anyone wearing it comment on if it stretches out a ton? I see some stretching in the elbows. Hopefully it will shrink up in the wash just a tad bit too.
     


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    3Sixteen makes some grey jeans.
     


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    ^ only dark grey ones, which is pretty much the same color as Uniqlo sells nowadays. I much preferred the lighter gray they used to have.
     


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    Hmm, I remember them being lighter IRL than they are in the pictures online. Guess I was wrong.
     


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    Also, there's the price point to consider, I'm not terribly familiar with 3Sixteen, but I recall them being on the higher price end of the spectrum. Oh well, Robert Geller jeans will have to suffice, but will buy multiple pairs if they bring the gray overdyes back at some point.
     


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    Annoying uniqlo doesn't take phone/email orders anymore

    Want to grab light and easy jackets ... Anyone know when next sale is coming?
     


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