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    Do you have a unique look? UNIQLO at Orchard Road.




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    uniqlo's pricing very competitive leh.. nt bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmatrix View Post
    uniqlo's pricing very competitive leh.. nt bad
    yea...bud quality-wise, ermmmm...
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    lousy brand that promotes undernourishment, no sizes for normal men above 36"

    Cause that's how I roll

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lippyt View Post
    lousy brand that promotes undernourishment, no sizes for normal men above 36"
    36B Moobs?

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    So far only bought Monster Hunter shirt from them.

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    Still, IMHO they're better than Cotton-On in terms of price-for-quality, design and style...
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    competitive priced? i doubt so. >.<
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lippyt View Post
    lousy brand that promotes undernourishment, no sizes for normal men above 36"
    36" waist is healthy then? Unless you're 6ft tall and above. I think 36" waist means obesity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZhiQiang View Post
    competitive priced? i doubt so. >.<
    well if u compare to muji.. i think its still better lol.

    Unless ur a woman, clothes are much cheaper and nicer elsewhere.
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    They are not bad. I often shop cotton-on and them.

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    Their jeans I think priced quite reasonable.


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