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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. corneliusparky

    corneliusparky Senior member

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    Sweet...how do they run size-wise? Closer to the slim fit oxfords or the extra fine broad cloth shirts? BTW HAPPYHOLIDAYS = $5 off $50
     
  2. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Senior member

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    Hard to say. I bought a few in small and medium and they all varied in size. One medium was fitted while the other was huge. Right now I am wearing my smalls, they pull a tad at the chest but they still have room in the back. I think the general consensus is size down 1 if you can.
     
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  3. JDMFanatic

    JDMFanatic Well-Known Member

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    if i wear a small oxford from uniqlo and it fits me perfectly, should i also get the small efm cardigans?
     
  4. Qudi

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    the concensus seems to be that the EFM are slimmer. probly go with a medium
     
  5. ipractice

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    EFM definitely fit slim.

    Anyone know if they shrink after wash?
     
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    I don't know if I'd say the EFM fits that much slimmer. I took the same size, xs, as my oxfords and lambswool cardigan I have (though its from a few seasons back) and it fit just fine.
     
  7. transient

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    I got this down jacket while it was on sale and I quite like it. But I'm afraid it might be too warm and too bulky for socal weather. But it's really solid, water resistant, and warm. I also want to use it for moderate outdoorsey stuff (boating, hiking). Should I get the a premium ultralight parka instead? I only handled womens down and it felt flimsy as hell, even for $60.

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  8. Dbear

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    ^ is that the +J one? Yes, too warm, sell it to me. [​IMG]
     
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    No, it's this one. Maybe I'm just not used to warm chunky jackets. I remember going to New York for thanksgiving once with just a hoodie :facepalm:
     
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  10. Hof

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    Does anyone have the p2p for a large tasmanian jacket? It says 23 on the site, but I've heard the jackets fit a bit slimmer than listed.

    Also, I'm looking at the EFM v necks, but can't decide between a medium and a large. I'm 6'3" 185, ~40-41 chest.
     
  11. Marsh1635

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    Ordered up some of those Cashmere V-Necks (Navy & the darker gray)

    Just wanted to know from you guys: What do you usually wear under your V-Necks? Can you get away not wearing a button down underneath or can you only really do that with crew necks?

    EDIT: Also emailed them about the problems we've all been having with the webstore and they said they were going to get the kinks worked out in the near future:
    Stuff like:

    • Duplicate items
    • Newly arrived tab (so our lot can jump on the new items before they sell out)
    • Sold out notifications on the pictures
     
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  12. transient

    transient Senior member

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    I wear v neck tshirts. Or even thin viscose tees with with a wide neck (like aa)
     
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    I just added up all my purchases since the store opened. [​IMG]
     
  14. corneliusparky

    corneliusparky Senior member

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    At least the majority of Uniqlo stuff gets worn all the time. Not like when I buy a $300-$500 jacket and can't figure out how to incorporate it into my wardrobe.
     
  15. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Senior member

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    For real. I don't get picky about fit when it's a $19 item. End up wearing it more and enjoying it more.
     
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    Coldsnap Senior member

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    Anyone recommend flannel colors? I need to re buy them in medium
     
  17. vents

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    Seriously..I worn my 2 Lambswool sweater from Uniqlo more than my SNS that I bought a while ago. I mean, yeah, is a basic but it's also soooo versatile at the same time.

    Anyways, going to cop some more sweats, any of you guys know how the Cashmere fit and quality is like?
     
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  18. jet

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    lol you guys takin this uniqlo thing too far
     
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    How are the color jeans if anyone has tried them?
     
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