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Uniqlo Ultra Stretch Jeans

I'm invited to USJ showcase tomorrow, will blog about the event over the weekend! So, I went to their Vivo outlet today just to try out the new Ultra Stretch Jeans. It is like the combination of leggings and jeans, but looks much better than jeggings and allows bigger movements(eg. stretching) without having to adjust every once in awhile!

It comes in 4 denim washes and 4 autumn colours; decided to try out maroon and green. Both colours look good but seems difficult to match with my tops. I have not decided which colour to get yet, probably decide tomorrow. For reference, I'm 170cm, usually wears jean lengths of 38" and size 24 (with reference to F21 jeans sizing, sometimes it's loose too). The size ranges starts from 22, decided to try out size 23 & 24 since they are closer to my F21 size.

Between these two sizes, size 23 fits snugly and length-wise, it's just right; however I suspect it will stretch after washing and I didn't manage to try size 22 due to time constrain. I think it would be better to take a size down? I will try it tomorrow if there's time and update on this again :) Look out for my next post on Uniqlo buys:)

Meanwhile, enjoy my pictures above, Ultra Stretch Jeans in green, size 23. Sorry for the poor quality images taken using a 2mp camera; colours aren't exactly accurate. Anyway, it is so comfortable, I did some leg stretching exercises just to test it out! I feel like getting it in all colours but it's too expensive for me. Each pair costs $69.90! I guess that's all for this post, till then~


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