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What you'll be wearing next fall-winter

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Models display Uniqlo's fall/winter collection during its unveiling event in Tokyo on Wednesday.

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When will this era of trousers stopping ten inches above the shoes end? It looks clownish.

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What you'll be wearing next fall-winter

shall wait and follow j.govt advice (!)

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I'm pretty sure I'll be wearing the same thing as last Fall-Winter, just a little more worn out.

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Looking at that picture, my response is.... no, I won't.

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Flawless and iconic. If only people in my neck-of-the-Japanese-woods worse something remotely as fashionable. :'(

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@Storm

Ha! Not only "European", but also "French", eh?

A red-blooded 'murican's worst nightmare....

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If only people in my neck-of-the-Japanese-woods worse something remotely as fashionable.

I prefer to spend time with people who don't obsess over wearing 'trendy (for now)' clothing. There are far better things to spend money on.

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uniqlo is good for undies and socks. even the xl shirts for men are not even a US medium size.

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Assuming i shop at Uniqlo. agree sizes are at least 2 too small for us big boys.

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Next Fall-Winter pretty much the same as always, maybe some new additions.

Being European I usually juggle between a Japanese M or L for shirt sizes, pants are easy as I wear most without length adjustment, Shoes 27- 27.5, ..

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Um...I did buy capri shorts for men last summer: my wife laughed (then laughed, then face booked it, then my buddies laughed). PS--I haven't shaved since October; got gristly beard; going to shave it down to a "handle-bar" mustache; wear my Harley T-shirts, and put on my capris!

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I know that Uniqlo is a major sponsor of tennis players Novak Djolovic and, of course Kei Nishikori, but I doubt either Kei-san or Nole would be caught in public in anything looking like this !

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'uniqlo is good for undies and socks. even the xl shirts for men are not even a US medium size.'

To be fair, an XL size shirt in the US these days is advertised as 'a tent' in most other countries.

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I know what I'll be wearing next Autumn - a short-sleeved shirt and a pair of Chinos, as it will still be in the high 20s until October. You won't get me wearing a purple wooly hat and scarf just because the calendar says I'm obliged to pretend it's cold.

And if I was cold I'd make sure my trousers covered my ankles.

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I certainly won't be wearing it. I have no desire to look like a children's TV presenter.

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hell no, I dont know anyone who buys anything except socks and undies at uniqlo...

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No I really won't, it's too Americanised. And all my clothes are custom, not cheap catwalk rubbish.

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To be fair, an XL size shirt in the US these days is advertised as 'a tent' in most other countries.

Actually, as along-time purchaser of XL size shirts, they have changed quite considerablyover the years. In the early and late nineties, they were pretty short length-wise, but big in the gut. In the early 2000s, they were equally as big in the gut, but got quite a bit longer. Now, they're about the same length as they were in the early 2000s, but with a substantially reduced waist size. I'm 6'8" and would probably be considered skinny, and they fit me really well.

Japanese sizes are just too small. Large? HAH, please. That's tiny.

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Maybe if Uniqlo increases the shoulder size of shirts and/or my shoulders shrink.

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Uniqlo is always worth checking out. Winter thermals, that plain cardigan, and a few other things. All with a very nice feel to them and super comfortable. Have to watch out though, some of the stuff, like the hats, are a bit trashy.

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