The 15 Best Things to Buy From Uniqlo U’s Latest Drop

By now you’ve probably noticed that it’s starting to get a wee bit chilly out. Fall is indeed imminent, friends. And I, for one, am extremely here for it. Enjoy shorts and hoodie season while it lasts, people, because at the first hint of a crisp autumn chill I’m layering the fuck up and never looking back. I’m sick of this summer shit. (To the extent that you can call these last few months “a summer.”) Catch me outside rocking ludicrously intricate outfits like I’m a human Matryoshka doll!

If you, too, have been counting down the days to the official start of fall I’ve got some news that should be right up your alley. As of this morning, a brand-spanking-new drop of fall weather clothing is live on the Uniqlo site, of the Japanese mega-retailer’s ongoing collaboration with Christophe Lemaire. *Visibly squirms with excitement* You read that right, baby. The master of modern minimalism is back to bless us with yet another round of simple, elegant bangers and, as per usual, he’s busting out the big guns.

And let me tell you, man: It’s not a moment too soon. Because sure, you could technically overhaul your entire wardrobe in dramatic fashion in anticipation of fall’s arrival but you could also, y’know, buy everything you’ll need here—for a few hundred bucks, no less—and then call it quits. Hell, given Lemaire’s penchant for wide, generous cuts as forgiving as the comfiest garms in your closet, there’s no reason to go anywhere else.

To help you kick off what’s sure to be a steep spending spree we rounded up fifteen of our favorite picks, so you can sift through the whole damn collection with an eye on what you should definitely be copping. Good luck out there, folks.

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Oversized Crew Neck Short-Sleeve T-Shirt

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$14.90

The short-sleeve tee damn near every Esquire staffer swears by. 

Mock Neck Long-Sleeve Pullover

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$29.90

Shiiit, man, looks like this is shaping up to be the mock neck’s season after all. 

Mini Bag

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$29.90

The best way to store all your (small, portable) shit this fall. 

Corduroy Wide Fit Stand Collar Shirt

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$39.90

A stand collar shirt made for sitting all day. 

Low Gauge Crew Neck Sweater

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$49.90

The first thing I thought when I saw this sweater was that “low gauge” sounds like a nickname Trump would give this poor piece of knitwear if he spotted it in the crowd at a rally or something and now I can’t unthink it. 

Padded 2-Way Tote Bag

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$49.90

The best way to store (slightly more of) your shit this fall. 

Corduroy Wide Fit Work Pants

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$49.90

Hard-wearing corduroy pants that put in the work, so you don’t have to. 

Ribbed Turtleneck Sweater

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$49.90

It’s time to get on board with the turtleneck, bro. I’ve been telling you for a minute now. 

Wide Fit Tapered Pants

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$49.90

Sorry, sir, your fit must be this big *points to pants* to cop. 

Merino Blend Polo Sweater

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$49.90

Throw this bad boy on over a ratty old tee right before any last-minute meetings to lend yourself some instant respectability.   

Regular-Fit Jeans

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$49.90

Because, ahem, fuck that post-Labor Day bullshit. 

Fleece Shirt Jacket

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$59.90

Is it a shirt? Is it a jacket?! Who cares! Just buy the damn thing. 

Milano Ribbed Jacket

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$79.90

A super-soft knit jacket that’ll feel more and more like a second skin every time you throw it on. 

Corduroy Padded Blouson

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$89.90

More corduroy goodness, this time in blouson (oooh, fancy!) form. 

Wool Blend Fleece Jacket

Uniqlo U uniqlo.com

$129.90

Must. Resist. Buying. Even. More. Fleece. *Buys the fleece*

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Avidan Grossman is the Style eCommerce Editor at Esquire, covering men’s fashion, shoes, grooming, and accessories.

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