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    While browsing on eBay, I found some cheap Korean blazer, like this one.


    Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't buy those, way too fashion-forward. But look at the measurements : I'm a size Large!


    I found YesStyle, but the quality seems doubtful. Cropped, one button blazers, and heck, even some with short sleeves.


    I was wondering, does anybody know some decent quality online Asian/Korean stores? Does that even exist?


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    what your looking for is uniqlo. they have a great online store. and if you are in new York they have a physical store only. from what I know , their goods are relatively simple , slim , and decent quality for the price. uniqlo

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      Lol, Asian sizing always runs smaller than American.


      I've heard Uniqlo is good, I think they're japanese. But personally, I've heard the best Korean/Asian clothing deals are when you actually go to those countries.

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        #4


        Jessy - road trip to Korea?

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          #5


          Haha, can I come?

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            #6


            So, how about moving the DC meetup to Korea ?


            @risingstars Uniqlo is nice, but no online shopping. Plus, they use American sizing. At least, it's a bit closer than Korea.

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              #7


              You know what? I think I'll order something inexpensive from YesStyle, like an OCBD, just to see the fit. I like that they provide detailed measurements for every single article of clothing on the website.

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                Jessy, might as well try it. I was unable to fit into anything in Korea (I'm 6' and 185 lb. So I'm not large by any stretch). Sizing is built for guys like you over there. You won't always get much for quality, but it is usually super cheap. I got a few shirts custom made and they were less than $40 American even with an extra rush fee.

                "You don't need money to dress better than you do" - Salvatore Romano

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