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The Uniqlo Thread

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

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  1. jet

    jet Senior member

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    great I was gonna buy like 5
     
  2. KingJulien

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    mine are fine.
     
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    Thanks, thats what I thought. It's not like leg twist on jeans.





    So mine isn't the only one. I already took the tags off and wore it so can't return it anymore. At least it was only $30.
     
  4. Bam!ChairDance

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    Hey, have any of you tried the skinny flat-front chinos that are currently up on the website? I was trying to figure out if they were FW weight or something lighter
     
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    Not sure about the skinny fit, but I tried the newest slim fit chinos and they were pretty lightweight.
     
  6. KingJulien

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    Hey. This post wasn't funny. Be funny!
     
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    as are mine

    you guys just don't know how to order flannels
     
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    Just got a pair in today. They're definitely not warm by any means, but seem a little more substantial than the slim fit chinos I'd tried out in the spring. I wouldn't buy them expecting anything thick, as I could probably rock these year round. A big positive is that the pockets aren't super deep - hate that shit.

    How's the instore stock compared to the website? I'd love a couple pairs of the skinny fit chinos in dark grey and beige, but my size is sold out online. Worth seeing if SuddenLee can take a look in the NYC stores?

    My flannels are constructed fine. Pretty identical fit to the slim OCBDs except for a longer length, IMO.
     
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    Gotcha. I have tons of spring-weight pants but needed something thicker for fall.
     
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    Can you copy paste the article? Can't read on phone
     
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    I have a ton of the 29 dollar OCBDs in size XS and they fit perfectly in everywhere but the front length. I haven't tried the slim fit OCBD so I'm wondering if the size small slim fit would work out better than the XS regular fit.
     
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    Give it a go, but I find the slim fit OCBD's to be pretty short at the front.
     
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    Hm... I just don't get why the shirts are so short in the front. I'm not tall and I have a fairly short torso. The small regular fit is way too big, but the XS fits perfectly. Bottom button is just above my waist so if the bottom of the shirt opens up at all after the last button, hot bare skin is exposed.
     
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    For those curious about the new wool-blended slim fit pants, I got mine in today. At 16.5", the waist on the 32s measure almost a full inch smaller than advertised. The hem measures 7.5".

    Have to concur with superego on the black camo flannel -- the pattern is subtle and non-douche-y. :lol:

    The green multi-color flannel appears a bit darker and more subdued in person.

    No issues with the construction on either.
     
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    As long as it's not just marketing hot air, this sounds like everything I could hope for from the brand.


    :smarmy: You say this like it's a bad thing.

    You still in Philly? Drop me a line if you wanna grab a beer sometime.
     
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    this might be a silly question but what Uniqlo clothing items are most "highly-regarded"

    im in the market for some new v-neck tees amongst other things...
     
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    Slim fit oxfords are ace.
     

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