7 Nov 2016 12:45
Uniqlo still the best bet for budget Oxfords, or is there anything better around?
Slim fit ones a decent fit?
7 Nov 2016 13:28
Uniqlo oxford slim fit are really good for the money! Great casual fit (not too long) and good quality.
posted 7 Nov 2016 13:55, edited 7 Nov 2016 13:55
Email from their flagship last week said there's another release of Uniqlo U on the 10th but no info about that anywhere, could just be an in-store restock
Oxfords are less good than they used to be but still ok generally
7 Nov 2016 17:40
Jcrews ain't cheap but the quality is substantially better than most if not all Oxfords I've tried.
8 Nov 2016 12:02
+1 on J Crew, well worth hitting up the outlets if you're in the states along with PRL.
NN07 do good quality oxfords too, see them for 30 quid in TK if you get lucky.
8 Nov 2016 13:47
The heavy flannels are amazing for 15 quid
8 Nov 2016 15:35
Whats the sizing like for the HW flannels these days?
8 Nov 2016 21:58
I thought they looked pretty cheap IRL, very loose weave. Would be interested to know how they wash.
10 Nov 2016 13:54
New tuck stitch UU knits look to have potential to be fuk approved
10 Nov 2016 14:45
Just bought a new merino sweater and does not compare to my other two I bought earlier in the year, these current ones seem thinner. The black selvedge jeans are not bad for 39.99 though.
posted 10 Nov 2016 15:07, edited 10 Nov 2016 15:07
the black selvedge jeans are stretchy as fuck though, but pretty happy with them nonetheless
10 Nov 2016 15:42
They're sold as stretch selvedge though aren't they?
10 Nov 2016 17:13
I think the heavy weight flannels are the best things I've bought from Uniqlo outside of +j, undercover and lamaire collabs. Really nice and easy throw on's.
20 Nov 2016 17:14
How does a Uniqlo credit card transaction normally process?
There is 1 reservation debited for the order amount, 1 reservation credited for the full order amount, and 1 charge deducted for like roughly 1/3rd of my order amount.
Seems a bit weird.