Thoughts on Uniqlo? I heard their basics are good? Anything to avoid?
thin sweaters shrink when machine washed. Merino ones are okay though, for the price it can't be beaten, I don't think. But they're fragile. Socks are great, slim fit chinos are good so far.
>My face when my local mall is getting a Uniqlo this month
pretty much like a 511, but dont size down because it's not denim
I think I used to wear 29 in levi's, took 29 for the uniqlo chinos too. But the 511 stretched and now they're too big. The chinos wont stretch, or almost not at all.
i got their mouton jacket almost brand new off ebay for $5 it is v nice
also godtier ocbds for the pricepoint
Just put in a US address. Take the numbers from your postal code and use them as the first three numbers in a zip code (the last two can be whatever). Build the rest of the adress off of that.
>buying used Uniqlo
That's like suggesting a guy buy some used H&M. But seriously I'd love to get more of their "Fine Cloth Shirts" ocbd dress shirts
I've never bought from Uniqlo before (I'm actually not a huge fan of buying clothes online), so I'm glad I can get some basic stuff without having to order online.
I actually think Uniqlo was the last store my local mall needed in order to have every Mall/Fast Fashion store listed in the sticky that is in the US.
this is the ultimate fate of sites like grailed i feel
as it becomes popular it just turns into a garbage pile of shit like your picture from plebs who shop exclusively at those stores
additionally people missing the point of the site entirely and trying to sell designer pieces for retail
Where do you live? I know they have stores open in LA now, so I plan on going. Kinda nervous and excited. I'm new to /fa/ so this is going to be my first attempt at not looking bad.
Compared to American Apparel, how are the Supima cotton t shirts?
I have a small in American Apparel that is just barely too small on me, but it has been the only t shirt I've found that isn't boxy as fuck. I've read the Supima shirts are a bit better in terms of fit, but not sure about it. Especially since I have a premium cotton in small that fits me like ass.
Anyone with experience with both wanna help me out?
anyone have experience with the dry packaged t shirts? how do they compare to the suprima cotton t shirts in quality and fit?
I have their shirts and sweatshirts, they're nice and some that I use for late night runs to the convenience store have lasted me over 2 years.
good basics but willing to look elsewhere for pants and jackets.
uniqlo is the only shit you should ever buy in the fast fashion/mall-tier bracket. all of their basics are solid; their sweats and tees and shit like that are as good as it gets. don't be a dumbass and buy shoes or chinos or whatever there
they do, if it's the merino like ones (but made out of cotton), they will shrink and you won't be able to stretch them back to size, mainly because they're supposed to be a snug fit and they'll just look too short after one wash. You might be able to circumvent that by hand washing them in cold water though.
The "regular" sweaters (the ones with the kind of "cross" right under the collar) look like they're a little bit looser, in which case you'd be able to stretch them out after a wash, but again you could just cold wash them. Make sure you don't put em in the dryer.
Yeah, but if you don't live on either the West coast or East Coast (I believe) you are shit out of luck. I'm smack dab in the middle of the US, so most people haven't even heard of Uniqlo
okay, so I visited my local uniqlo today and tried on their supima tees. off the rack fit is the same as my washed/ shrunken American Apparel shirts with three major differences,
- the sleeve of the AA ends at the top of my bicep, uniglo's are about an 1" longer in length ending at mid-bicep
- uniglo's are also slightly longer at the waist, nothing to be worried about though
- material is thin, like I could see the outline of my nips through the shirt, fuck
that's about it. hope it helped
basics are pretty solid
jeans are kind of bland, but it's cheap selvedge if you don't want to drop on a better pair. just don't expect great fades
Airism stuff is fantastic, pretty good for undershirts/loungewear
>tfw got a job as a supervisor for the new Uniqlo that's opening up in my mall
If any of you guys stop by the Danbury Fair Mall, stop by and say hi.
>- the sleeve of the AA ends at the top of my bicep, uniglo's are about an 1" longer in length ending at mid-bicep
>- uniglo's are also slightly longer at the waist, nothing to be worried about though
>- material is thin, like I could see the outline of my nips through the shirt, fuck
Wow, so basically, even if it DOES shrink, it'll still look like a normal shirt!