Mens Polo’s delivered for £6.99 at Tokyo Laundry
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Mens Polo’s delivered for £6.99 at Tokyo Laundry

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Found 21st Jul 2016
9 Polo’s reduced to £6.99 @ Tokyo Laundry.
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The white 'polos' have holes in them!
hot24 for 24% off, don't know if it is specific to me. Also free delivery over £30.
I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...
Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...
Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.
Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...
Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)

Edited by: "whiteranger87" 21st Jul 2016
whiteranger87

I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought … I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)



https://mlkshk-ada.kxcdn.com/r/H66G
Heat from me
ohdearohdear


Shame, good story that is :-)
backinstock

The white 'polos' have holes in them!


Ideal for head and arms to fit through
whiteranger87

I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought … I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)

TL:dr Stuff's poo
Thanks op ordered
whiteranger87

I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought … I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)


why not order 3 at the same size just?
i suggest large
Ordered once..
Never again
whiteranger87

I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought … I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)



True dat
whiteranger87

I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought … I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)



You sure you didn't try them on during three separate stages of breathing......and your belly is going in and out is the size changer. #awks
The sort of cheap tat found on market stalls for £1.99. Don't waste your money, the quality of most TL items is shockingly c rap.
backinstock

The white 'polos' have holes in them!


Trebor off
worse than primark
whiteranger87

I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought … I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)

brilly

[quote=whiteranger87] I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this … [quote=whiteranger87] I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)


Did you not read the story? All shirts, size large - Always the same, always the same.
do not waste your money... washed and shrunk two sizes small..
whiteranger87

I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought … I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)



^this...Every. Single. Time. Ive given up ordering from them. The clothes are ok (for the price) but the sizes/material/ shape of the polos are just random, then that all changes again when you wash them.

I would avoid
Give them a try ty EXO
whiteranger87

I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought … I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)



Snap!! Waste of time buying from Tokyo Laundry unless you're into disposable clothing, as after one wash they seem to end up totally different sizes and shapes.
What people expect for a £7 polo? If you wanna spend £75 on an Armani polo go ahead. I'm far too cheap for that. Cheers OP
DG99

What people expect for a £7 polo? If you wanna spend £75 on an Armani p … What people expect for a £7 polo? If you wanna spend £75 on an Armani polo go ahead. I'm far too cheap for that. Cheers OP


I would expect it to stay the same size after a wash and be the size it states in the collar... unless you got a body that changes shape at your will to match the t-shirts.. don't wast your money
Edited by: "ehadz" 22nd Jul 2016
You get what you pay for, just like anything else.
I purchased three of these shirts last year and they were all the same fit etc and I have washed them many times without any noticeable shrinkage. Still wearing them now... although I do take them off occasionally to wash ;-)
I bought 2 polos recently in xxl as the xl is more a large. Anyway, they fit lovely and look nice and were £9 each.

Always go one size up.
DG99

What people expect for a £7 polo? If you wanna spend £75 on an Armani p … What people expect for a £7 polo? If you wanna spend £75 on an Armani polo go ahead. I'm far too cheap for that. Cheers OP



You can't be that cheap if you think paying £7 to wear an item of clothing once is good value
whiteranger87

I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought … I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)



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Literally don't know what people are complaining about.... Really good quality especially for the price. Never had a problem with fit either. £6.99 is such good value for a polo.
brilly

why not order 3 at the same size just? i suggest large



​why not read that again properly ffs ?? grh.
whiteranger87

I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought … I get confused with my urges to ever buy from this company. The thought of new clothes from an "OK" brand that will last a season and wallet-friendly, makes me want to order... And then I order 2-3 shirts, all the same size - Always the same - And then they get shipped... Ohhhh I'm sat at work for 1-2 working days and waiting for them to arrive ... Post lad brings parcels up for everyone, "Oh Scott, you have what feels like a clothes parcel. Here you go..." Pens down, rip the bag open and pull my shirts out, all of them individually wrapped in cellophane ... "nice colour... Ohhh that's a nice colour..." I'm there, proud of my purchases. Can't wait to try them on when I get home...Drive home, shirts on the passenger seat... Pull up to a red light, look down and see my new Tokyo Laundry shirts on the passengers seat, I beam with a smile at the thought of painting the town red in these bad boys...Get home, skip to my Bedroom and open my wardrobe door to reveal my full length mirror. Pull the shirt out of the cellophane ... Oh, Red one first ... Size Large (always the same)... Look in the mirror... It's a bit snug this one, perhaps I should have gone extra large... It'll be ok though.Let's try on the next one... Ohhhh Navy Blue, was looking forward to this one most... Slip the Red off and slide the blue bad boy on... "hmmmm ... Hmmmm" ... Check the label, this one is size large too (always the same) ... But this one is a bit baggy... That's ok, a few hot washes and it'll shrink... Ok then, the main event - The white shirt. Navy Blue off, White on... "What THE actual hell... Where does it say slim fit? Let me check the label" ... Checking the label for size, ... Size large again (always the same)... So that's 3 shirts, Same design, same size (always the same) but different colours and I have a Snug fit, a slim fit, and a tent... So I could have spent £35 on one decent polo shirt, or £12 a pop on 3 different coloured ones that are all the same Size/design (always the same) and have none fit in there own different ways...Moral of the story here - Avoid cheap clothing retailers (Tokyo Laundry in this instance)



​same with those cheapy slazenger polos i orderer from sports direct. but they were only 2 quid each.....
Thanks op. Not sure what the others are on about, this is my 3rd order.both previous orders were fine, only one of the polos had a very itchy label sewn in the collar so I returned it. But again to paraphrase another member, what do you expect at £7 a pop?
Heat added btw
Edited by: "laurentmahe" 23rd Jul 2016
s4k1b85

​why not read that again properly ffs ?? grh.


Why read it again properly ffs?? Grh...
I bought a hoody from them last year, all was well until it went in the washing machine. Never again.
Northerndave

You can't be that cheap if you think paying £7 to wear an item of … You can't be that cheap if you think paying £7 to wear an item of clothing once is good value


I see £7 as 2 pints X)
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