Is this nip shit any good?
They opened one in my local mall, trying to get more /fa/ for the first time
I tried it once on a button up shirt
>Too tight around my shoulders and back
>Too loose around my stomach
>Take $7 penalty
Either they make clothes for pear shaped men or something was wrong with that shirt.
Here's the lowdown on Uniqlo imo. I get a lot of "lmao look at this fuccboi he's so knowledgeable on Uniqlo" shit but I think it is important.
Pretty good, but a bit boxy and short. The supima cotton is nice, but it is really thin. If they have premium cotton shirts, those are pretty good as well. The dry packages are the boxiest of the 3. Basically, if the cut fits you then they are good for the price is what I'm trying to say.
Apparently I had a Summer oxford, so not sure about winter oxfords. The one I got is thin, wrinkles easily, and I found the sizing to be off compared to their other things. Personally, for cheap oxfords I recommend J.Crew. The fabric is fantastic. I don't recommend the Uniqlo ones, but maybe the winter oxfords are better.
Not really true flannels...just cotton. Good autumn pieces, nice colors, but very thin. Not bad tho
I special mention these because these are goat. the cut is good on them, the fabric is awesome, and they have a nice relaxed look. Would recommend
Under 30 bucks is good layering piece. I have some slub cotton sweaters and they are alright for the price. From what I understand, their wool and cashmere is dogshit.
Hit or miss. I think for the nonwool jackets, you get what you pay for. Some fuccbois seem to like their uniqlo duffel coats. Again though, hit or miss concept on uniqlo outwear. For instance, every fuccboi last year was jizzing over the Uniqlo bomber and surprise - it looked like shit.
Chinos? not bad. Don't work well for me, because I'm hungry skelly. I like J.crew's essential chino in 484 better, but they are still pretty slim. Since you have a Uniqlo there, they will custom hem for you in store. Cool deal.
I haven't had any experieince, but the consensus is that it doesn't really feel like denim or anything, and the cuts are kinda just okay. Cop on sale.
>Socks and underwear
their cut istupid as shit
like really high armholes on some shit
low arm holes on others
fabric on +J reboot is laughable it looks like joanns clerance bin shit that was pilling
or really really thin cotton and badly sewed mahined sewed buttons
selvedge denim is PAPER thin, that shit has to be like 10oz denim
so many loose threads in store
shirts are cut straight rather than nipped at waist like H&M/zara most other brands
cut is more like f21 garbage
the tshirts are cut for fat people, so i have a few to sleep in but thats about it.
>every fuccboi last year was jizzing over the Uniqlo bomber and surprise - it looked like shit
Huh? I own that and it's lasted me a whole year maybe more now, it's holding up great and looks fine, it's the same one chilljin uses for reference.
I agree with most of the other stuff though.
Personally I prefer the soft touch shirts to the supima cotton stuff, supima feels thin and not as comfortable to me.
Their jeans and pants are awful though unless you're tall as fuck.
Yeah sweet is this the place to get selvedge then?? He wants the jeans people wear in pictures like this, i only know creps not jeans, any other suggestions o wise uk friends?
Pref: under 50 quid i dont love him that much lol
All the tops and stuff are pretty shit, the cut of their sports jackets all have the top button an inch too high. made in bangladesh too. The jeans I got were excellent though. I ordered them online so I had no real idea what I was getting before they arrived.
yeah, there's a code you can get so that if you spend 70 you get 10 off and free shipping so instead of paying 39 for 1 pair you can spend 60 for 2 + a pair of socks or something. The cuffs won't look like that though, they're a hell of a lot neater. Those jeans are just finished normally
People seem to have mixed oppinions on the selvedge, but I got a pair recently, and they seem pretty decent for the price. Like someone else in the thread noted, it is not really that thick. I have another, more expensive pair of raw selvedge jeans that use 13.5oz denim, and the denim used in uniqlo's jeans is slightly lighter than that. Also, rawrdenim says that they're pretty good for the money.
>Huh? I own that and it's lasted me a whole year maybe more now, it's holding up great and looks fine, it's the same one chilljin uses for reference.
It looks very plasticy and thin, I know this because I bought one. Was still durable enough though.
I'm copping this soon.
Anyone tried it out?
i ordered a pair of their regular straight selvedge denim not too long ago as a beater pair. i was honestly extremely impressed by the quality. easily the best $40-50 jeans i've seen anywhere. completely shits on levi's. these were seriously probably better constructed than my naked and famous. don't know what these fuccbois are talking about them shits being "thin". compared to 13oz yeah but they aren't woman-level for sure.
>they opened one in my local mall
I swear to fucking fuck, nothing brings out the geographic elitist in me and makes me wish /fa/ was IP screened like posts like this.
We get it, you're new and you're provincial. Give it a goddamn try to be less so. You're wired into a global network, of fabric and flesh as much as wires and waves, and you should act like you're aware of it. Ditching racial slurs is step #1.
The best what-the-fuck-is-Uniqlo thing on the Internet is this:
Fun fact: Fast Retailing, aka Uniqlo, also owns Link Theory (the Theory and, sigh, Helmut Lang brands), J Brand, and a number of other mostly regional, variously priced fast fashion joints.
Bumping for this, just got £10 off my duffle coat with free shipping too.
Full current Uniqlo except the shoes.
You probably don't want to do this - there's better stuff out there at should-be-reachable prices than any fast fashion stuff, if you learn to be clever and put in the leg/clickwork. Kinda exceptions are the +J turtleneck and the ULD cardigan, which have their own merits, and the socks and hat, because Heattech fabrics are actually pretty good and it's socks and a fucking beanie. (But there are better things out there for not much more.)
If you have large legs from squatting and have trouble finding pants their stretch pants and jeans are fantastic. They're mad comfy, obviously the only issue would be the length because you're gonna probably have to go up in waist size so that people won't see the outline of everything in your pockets