UNIQLO’s first US store features 36,000 square feet of fashion, located in Manhattan’s chic Soho neighborhood. Designed by renowned architect Masamichi Katamaya, the look and feel blends meticulous organization with a sleek design...
Highly affordable, unfussy, super-cool clothing. It's under $100 cashmere line is especially popular.
Scoop up socks and colorful tights on the cheap.
I’m totally spoiled since this affordable Japanese import’s only U.S. store is located in NYC. A good 50 percent of my wardrobe is filled with Uniqlo basics. –Danielle Nussbaum, entertainment director
Take a Xanax before coming here.
Great for urban basics. When it comes time to try on, head to the back, unmarked fitting room downstairs. No line! Also, this is the store where Fashism was conceived. Hurray!
Try to go during the week when it's less busy.
The Japanese chain has made a name for itself by selling easy-to-wear, nicely priced staples and must-have luxe items, like cashmere sweaters in more colors than you’ll see in a bag of Skittles.
Line at cashiers moves pretty fast ... Don't be intimidated.
Uniqlo is the 5 largest retailer in the world. Rare outside of Japan, it's a major tourist destination
PERFECT place for basics and great prices.
Packable down parkas and cashmere sweaters are ESSENCH for winter. Fun T-shirts for summer. Price-for-quality is unparalled. - Jake Manabat, Hunting Season
guys - great source of cheap dress socks.
Busy complaining how your clothes don't fit? They hem your pants for you! For FREE! Go!
Great clothes, great selection, great prices. The only Uniqlo store in the U.S. Don't miss it!
This famous Japanese brand offers casual basic clothing for men and women. Here, you'll have a lot of simple and comfortable designs to choose from. Very affordable too.
Awesome and affordable. Great place for basics! They also offer free in-store alterations. Avoid coming here on the weekends.
Nice clothes for all!
Busiest time is from 2pm-6pm. Best time to shop without the crowd is before or after peak hours.
Free alterations on pants, even the sale items.
The $30 flannels. Duh. Also: $5 boxers and $3 pairs of socks cant be beat.
UNIQLO feeds my anime & manga addiction with their graphic tees.
The 2nd floor, in addition to usually having a smaller checkout line, is a great place for observing semi-stylish attractive dudes choosing new plaids and undies
I watched the.poor cashier get yelled at by a Chinese grandma who read all the prices wrong and wanted a refund for everything she bought. He kept his composure and was very helpful and gracious.
Popular clothing store from Japan; check this place out for decent shopping.
The New York flagship store. Bolds and solids abound- you're sure to find some great base pieces to mix and match with funkier accents.
Had little luck finding XS and S in mens stuff, pretty dissapointing I think. Total shitshow on Saturdays, avoid if you hate tourists/clusterfucks
Probably my favorite place to get affordable, cool, clothes.
The best spot for short people :)
Great clothes but shop on Tuesdays and Thursdays cause it's less packed and easier to browse
This shop the clothes were made in JP,,why not in TH made in china or vietnam?
Great jackets. too bad its not as cold in LA. Im still going to wear it. Hee hee
#TREATYOSELF to... a shopping spree to look like a cool dude for once
Not too happy about them cutting the quantity of v necks in a pack to two but other than that I love this store.
Great place to shop if you're an average sized Asian man or if you're looking for an average sized Asian man
Wow Thursday night at uniqlo is totally a cruising mall who knew.
Highly recommend the coats for men and women, and the French linen dresses in womens. flannel is pretty nice in the winter, and heat tech items too
<3!! Free 2 hour alterations for pants.
PURCHASED MY FIRST PAIR OF SKINNY JEANS HERE TODAY & THEY FIT ME LIKE A GLOVE | (HAPPY FACE)
I've scored some great final sale items there...one sale area among many is under the staircase in the lower level. They r not damaged or defective..just a few left so they want to get rid of it
Uniqlo's cashmere and the down jackets - two staples that should make it into everyone's closet. My wife got a jacket here a year ago, yesterday was my turn:)
Great for sweaters, jogging pants and tee shirts.
I dare anyone to find a more organized, namely priced clothing store in all of Manhattan. Bloomingdale's? Hell, even Macy's can't beat this.
Any and all basics in more unique and fun cuts/styles than Gap (and often cheaper). T-dresses, jeans, sweatshirts, flannels and a great deal on leggings and colorful long underwear for winter!
4 people working registers at your flagship store, really??
Lugar excelente para comprar roupas básicas por um preço inacreditavelmente baixo. Vale muito a pena!