Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by weirdnjfan1, Nov 21, 2006.
I think I'll check out uniqlo this weekend, the UU easy suit and rider sounds tempting.
so how is everyone sizing the easy jackets and riders?
Based on the UK measurements, it seems like the easy jackets have large chests, while the riders have uber long arms for some reason, and it seems quite short in length.
can anyone speak to the collar size of non-uu hidden placket shirts (http://www.uniqlo.com/us/CPaGoods/itemcode=072003)
i just got the uu ones and i like the, except the collar is just a bit too thin for my taste
any taller guys have the hooded blouson? i'm 6'2 /170 - debating the medium. based on the uk measurements it seems like the sleeves/length should be ok but i'm not sure. The large seems like it might just be too big everywhere else.
Cross post from WAYWT of the UU Easy Jacket. Size large.
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Just placed an order with Suddenlee for some UU. Hopefully everything is in stock. Wasn't sure on sizing for the Oxford and Hidden placket shirt but went with my same size as regular line Uniqlo, hopefully the shoulders aren't to narrow.
im also wondering about this. i got the XS in the linen shirts and regular oxfords so should i be getting an XS or S in the easy jacket?
I'm a small in oxfords, linen shirt and easy jacket. Linen shirts and oxfords are a tad tight...easy jacket stretches so it is more forgiving.
I just got an easy jacket in a small (down one), and I think it fits pretty well. I'll try to remember to post pictures soon.
You fit small? lol
OKAY looks like ill roll with the XS.
i fit small for most sizes but sized down for the easy jacket when i went to the store
FWIW: I picked up the linen blazer in medium and I'm a 40 in suiting normally. Fits fine in the shoulders/chest, but the sleeves are a tad long for me.
uh oh ... i may have sized wrong
the UU monogram pisses me off. Why couldn't they leave it plain...
At least it's hardly noticeable on most of their items. But of items, they stick out like a sore thumb
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