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If you didn't line up on Thursday morning to get first crack at the Steven Alan and Opening Ceremony lines for Uniqlo, have no fear. Days later, the store's stock looks barely depleted, and most items are still available in full size runs.
As Racked commenters noted last week, the men's section was practically devoid of smalls and extra-larges when it was delivered to the store; sadly, that's still the case today. A few items have proved popular, like the shawl-neck jacket (there were only a few left in navy), but racks of button-downs, blazers, cardigans and polos remained full. On the women's side, we spotted plenty of xs, s, m, and l dresses and shirts; only one piece, the three-quarter-length-sleeve red gingham shirt, was close to selling out in extra-small. And, there's still back stock. Recession aside, the persistent cold weather can't be helping sales of this summery stuff.
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