Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by weirdnjfan1, Nov 21, 2006.
Tasmanian wool suit separates are available for sure - I have some on the way via Suddenlee.
Did you pay website price or were the Tasmanian Wool Suits reduced at all?
yea they will stretch. i went TTS and really wish i had sized down 1 or maybe even 2, god damn skinny soccer chicken legs
Web site price is accurate.
Does anyone have a picture of the box peat sewn down? Would like to slim my shirts but thinking I'd probably just rather to get them taken in from the sides.
Did anyone ever buy the UU easy suit? I know there was talk of it but no one ever posted pictures. I was thinking about getting it and rocking it like this pic of another poster on sf
I was thinking of getting the black UU easy suit and wearing it with a white v-neck and black boots(derbies or oxfords would work better but I don't have any).
That's a nice picture of the house; too bad that guy got in the way.
Multi-buy offer at Uniqlo at the moment, two for £19.90 and that includes the Uniqlo x Undercover print tees
There's also free shipping within the UK until midnight of Monday. If anyone wants to put an order in drop me a pm ! I'll be happy to help them out free of charge
So am I am deluding myself if I'm hoping for a restock on those uu cropped chino pants?
try emailing them and asking if theres a restock planned.
I doubt it though, I asked about a denim restock (they're out of my size in the jeans I like) and they said its last seasons collection, and they will start bringing out the new stuff between the end of June and beginning of August.
So I'm looking at their polos and I think I'm going to buy a few. Whats the difference between their Dry Pique and Dry Mesh? Is one insanely more comfortable than the other? Is Mesh worth the extra $10?
Dry pique is your standard Polo shirt...those are 80% cotton 20% Polyester. It's got that little rough feel to the touch, weighs a bit but feels nice on the body.
The Mesh is that silky feel almost shiny stretchy material. Feels very light.
Alright cool. Also, how do they compare to other brands like RL and lacombe?
I'm sorry I wouldn't know because I never bought other brand polos. I recently started getting into polos because I'm tired of wearing t-shirts that expose the back of my neck to the sun.
At Uniqlo I only like the washed polos. I find those better fitting and softer to the touch and love how they feel compared to the dry pique.
did they completely remove the cashmere and merino crew neck sweaters or will they come back in the fall?
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