Everything Uniqlo. None in catalog.
How would I pull of this dip blue long sleeve?
beeswax is the most versatile color
and as an upside clark's are quite affordable too
here's a pic from google images to show you what it should look like
the shoes should be darker than the chinos cuz the beige or khaki is light already
if u were wearing dark jeans than white footwear looks good
know wat im saying?
There's only a size small of these left. I'm like a fucking large. Any idea where there would be more of these?
if you wanna go on a limb, you can try to find a sweatshirt custom maker, and just use black ms paint to make design on an off-black sweat. Literally looks like ms paint on theirs, but I feel u
new to /fa/, what is it with this brand? Is it good quality stuff? Because the stuff I'm seeing is at a nice price, something new, as other brands I have seen through /fa/ where really expensive
Here's the lowdown.
Pretty much anything under 30 bucks tends to be an OKAY cop on average. The cotton sweaters are okay layering pieces, the shirts are good, some of the pants at the pricepoint are fine. I don't rec the oxfords, they are bad quality imo. But I've bought a lot of other things under 30 from Uniqlo and usually positive experiences. The waffle knit t shirts are so fucking good. People seem to like heat tech for layers. SOcks are good too. I order a pair anytime I order from Uniqlo. Flannels are okay, but if you want a serious flannel for warmth save up because they are just autumn shirts.
When you get above that pricepoint though, that's where you enter fuccboi territory. For instance, about a year ago there was this bomber Uniqlo put out, and every fuccboi on this board owned it. Surprise - it looked like shit (I didn't think it was that bad but fuccbois be expecting rick quality material from Uniqlo) Their wool and cashmere sweaters are absolute dogshit. I hear ULD sheds. But some people seem to like some of the more expensive outerwear. However, for the pricepoint, you can usually do better if you just wait a little more.
So here's my advice - if it's under 30, probably an okay cop I mean really hard to fuck up spending 30 bucks.
more than 30 bucks? tread with caution. Not everything is that shit for the price, but there is a tendency for most things from Uniqlo to turn pretty shit.
Casual shirts? J.Crew all the way. I love my oxfords I got from them. People are always asking to touch my shirt too because the material on the oxford has a neat texture. It is twice as expensive as Uniqlo, but pretty much all of their shirts feel like "shirts" rather than some fabric with buttons on it.
Uniqlo is just pretty much the king of fast-fashion. It's not complete cheap bullshit like Zara, but of course it's not high-end designer tier either. They just have good prices, and the quality for the price is as good as it gets from my experience.
Thanks, I don't wear flannel to keep warm either so I guess I'm cool. Lot of their stuff is out of stock though, guess I'll have to wait.
I don't plan to spend much either, these are shirts I'm going to be using sweating up and shit, so yeah. Thanks for the tip on J.Crew, I'll look into it
Great, just what I'm looking for
The thing about Uniqlo's oxfords is they feel thin, and wrinkle easy as fuck. Maybe that's something that alleviates with time, but mine is just hanging in my closet now because I sized wrong.
I don't think the quality is THAT bad, but for something like an oxford, that's an area I prefer to spend a little more money on.
Material is standard, the inside has a quilted lining that you can remove (which I assume is what you were referring to as gaudy). It's attached to an interior set of buttons and you can just take it off if it's too warm for the weather.
It's a pretty decent jacket for the price, but the sizing is whack. recc size down.