The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. Noctone

    Noctone Senior member

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    I picked up one of the premium linen shirts a ways back, I like it quite a bit. I wouldn't exactly say it has a slim fit, per se, but it does have a slim silhouette -- if that makes any sense.

    Of course the one downside is you'll have to deal with idiots telling you to iron your shirt. :plain:
     
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    How to size then? I think I may go with my normal size small but if I plan on wearing it opened perhaps an xsmall
     


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    Winston S. Senior member

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    I would have picked one up, but I prefer my sport/dress shirts to either have slots for collar stays or have button down collars. Did not try one on.
     


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    I think they are meant for casual wear

    I would never have one on in the office ...
     


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    Noctone Senior member

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    I just went with my normal size.
     


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    i want to buy some cheap vneck shirts. I normally wear S for uniqlo button ups but wear M for t-shirts in most other brands. Should I get S or M? Uniqlo button ups tend to run big
     


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    I suggest buying S rather than M. I wear S in their button downs and recently bought a M t-shirt and found it far too roomy.
     


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    I had the collar removed, now wearing them as either a shirt or a jacket
     


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    I wear them in the office. Especially the cotton linen blend ones
     


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    mrpo0nani Senior member

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    Suddenlee couldn't find any linen jackets in XS. :(

    If anybody wants to sell their XS in navy or offwhite, lmk. I also have a navy one in size S worn less than 5 times.
     


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    No XS in any of the colors? Damn. I just mailed back a navy XS that returned to Suddenlee on Friday, you could maybe hit them up about it specifically, if they haven't returned it yet.

    Also, a little disappointed with the premium linen shirt I got. I like the madras linen shirts a lot more (from a construction / feel standpoint, not counting the obvious design differences).
     
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    Awesome.. thanks
     


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    Alright, hell yeah. Thanks for lookin' out!
     


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    I see no inseams listed on the jeans, assuming they're all the same and you hem them to your liking?
     


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    Usually the inseam is 34", although I think in some cases you can get a 32" inseam.
     


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