The team led by Christophe Lemaire is reinventing basics to be anything but basic.
Uniqlo U features loose and oversized styles. We advise buying a small size for a regular fit.
A collarless denim jacket with a boxy design creates a contemporary, feminine look.
- Practical style that anyone can wear.
- Features a boxy, cropped design.
- A longer back hem makes it easy to wear untucked for relaxed style.
- Features beautiful indigo color.
- The round, collarless neckline looks super feminine.
- A large chest pocket with white stitching adds workwear style.
Machine Wash, Warm
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WOMEN Uniqlo U Oversized Denim Collarless Long Sleeve Shirt
WOMEN Uniqlo U Oversized Denim Collarless Long Sleeve Shirt is rated
Rated 3 out of
Fitting is way too large compared to the way it should be worn: buy 2 size down
Date published: 2017-03-17
Rated 4 out of
well made runs large
For the price, you can't go wrong as it is well made in a very nice denim, but be aware that this runs big. I needed to exchange it for the smallest size they offered as it runs very large with extremely long sleeves. For reference, I am 5'9" (with long arms) and 130 lbs and usually wear a size medium in Uniqlo. Even in a size medium most U tops can be a little small on me. That is why I was so surprised to see how I was swimming in this. If you can, I would recommend sizing down at least two sizes if you prefer a more normal cut. I could only go down one as U doesn't offer an xxs.
Date published: 2017-02-24
Rated 4 out of
Modern and oversized
Modern cut and very oversized even in XS. Sleeves are very long and generous. I would cuff it all the way inward and wear it with leggings and sneakers. The back is long enough to cover my bum.
This cut is not for everyone but I find it very chic, comfortable and masculine.
Date published: 2017-02-22