The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. Fycus

    Fycus Senior member

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    Why is their stuff all americanized in the US stores. The fit is pretty terrible imho, no different than gap. At least the pants are slimmed down, but I still have the bullshit sizing dilemma with the shirts. m's pull at the chest, large is too long and too big in the stomach. Gotta get all my shirts tailored. Same goes for the tasmanian suit. Went in as a 40r with a 32w, pants fit fine but the blazer was in between m and l. Tailoring the large would be fine, or sticking with the m for a very slim fit. Find some middle ground here uniqlo and make your shopping better than the alternatives.
     


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    Get proxy from Japan, I feel the exact same way
     


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    do the SF or NY stores have this in a medium? If so can someone proxy for me? PM we can work something out, thanks!
     


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    I went with oxford size, which is down one. Fit is a bit short but otherwise normal/slim. Might try TTS in a different color.
     


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    They need to restock........everything


    Uniqlo seems to restock certain items on the online site sporadically. Is there any pattern to how they re-stock? Or do I just have to keep checking daily?
     


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    I believe this is the wool blend coat from last season (this season's were wool/poly). If so, the material is soft and very light, but not as thick as peacoats generally are. I also felt like these were harder to dress down, which is why I returned mine. It's a steal at that price, though.
     


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    How are you guys sizing the +J coat? I'm guessing size up to fit a chunky knit under.
     


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    Can anyone comment on the quality (or value) and fit of the +J wool peacoat? I'm 19.5 sts and 42 ptp, nabbed the black one in XL.
     


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    I'm hoping Uniqlo releases a cologne one of these days.
     


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    are you serious? why the hell you want that.
     


  12. amathew

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    Cheap + decent quality

    I'm tired paying $100+ for quality cologne, so if Uniqlo can offer a low cost alternative that is decent, I'm all for it.
     
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    Man the J+ peacoat looks like such a good deal! Anyone got fit pics or comments on quality?
     


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    Terrible idea...
     


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    amathew Senior member

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    From a business perspective, it's not a terrible idea. They have a strong brand identity and lots of hipsters adore the brand, so they've got
    a clientele that will eat that shit up.
     


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