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5 reviews of Uniqlo in English
Uniqlo is not really my thing. Their clothes just do not fit my figure. I was intrigued, however, recently and went to an event organised in cooperation with the Stylist. Not only did it offer some discounts, drinks and nibbles but I discovered the men’s collection.
I just wanted another drink and discovered the downstairs men’s. When my boyfriend visited recently, I took him to Selfridges where we visited the men’s. Uniqlo had lovely shirts on offer for 14.90. He tried and we took one. The next day he asked me to visit another, bigger store so we went to the flagship on Oxford Street. Let’s make it short, we left with three shirts, two pullovers and several longsleeves. I guess my boyfriend now has a new favourite store.
Japanese clothing label, Uniqlo, is well known for doing a no-nonsense well-tailored cut and standard shape in 50 different colours. Which is great if you find something that fits you pretty well and want it in a few different shades.
They also do some really good deals on cashmere sweaters when the weather starts dropping a few degrees. It’s not as cheap as some of the other places to pick up your layers but the quality of the fabrics seem good and the clothes are well made.
This is the place to go for 'basics’, but cool quality ones not made with the sweat of impoverished third world people style that other high streets offer.
I love the array of wearable colour (anyone else shot of the day glow and fluro come back yet?)
It isn’t expensive and it’s easy to find what you’re after without getting caught with some unnecessary poncho in hand at the till.
For basics, it’s hard to beat Japanese chain Uniqlo. They sell very reasonably priced t-shirts, knitwear and jeans in a reasonable selection of sizes.
In winter they sell some beautiful cashmere items in a myriad of colours, and I have been coveting a down jacket from there for some time.
There is always a sale rack which can throw up some bargains and their selection of t-shirts is quite astounding.
I have only 2 minor quibbles about this shop, rather than this particular store - they don’t get enough larger sizes in stock and when will a branch open in Glasgow?
Uniqlo is a great place to get well made basics, such as t-shirts, knitwear jeans and shirts at a reasonable price. Everything is laid out clearly in this store, you can pretty much walk in and find what you want. I like the fact they have nice knitwear, mainly merino wool and cotton, for under £20 and they also do a student discount. You won’t really find any high fashion items, but you can pick up some everyday bits which never go out of fashion, to complement your more trendy pieces.
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