News Flash: No More Uniqlo US Phone or Mail orders as of June 1, 2011

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Pictured: One of my new $29.99 Costello Tagliapietra Uniqlo dresses.

Recently, I’d been enjoying ordering from Uniqlo especially, since they launched their designer invitation project, featuring Costello Tagliapietra, Charlotte Ronson + Vena Cava.  All the items are now in stock at Uniqlo stores.  I bought two of the amazing Costello Tagliapietra dresses for only $29.99.  They are gorgeous and look much, much more expensive than their $29.99 price tag. The draping and details on theses dresses are exquisite.

Pictured:  My fav piece from the Uniqlo Vena Cava Collection

 I was also lucky enough to get one of the Antoni + Alison T-shirts. Finally, I bought the Vena Cava two color, one piece top for $29.99, and it is exquisite.  This is really an amazing piece for the price.

But all of my long distance UNIQLO ordering love is coming to an end as of June 1.  I just  spoke to UNIQLO, and as of June 1, they will no longer accept phone or email orders, at least in the US.   So darlings, this is a warning, if you don’t live in NYC and you want something from UNIQLO order before May 31, 2011.  In the words of Jim Morrison and the Doors, “This is the end, beautiful friends the end.”  If you have any UNIQLO items that you are lusting for call their customer service number and place an order over this weekend.  In the US, the number is 1-877-486-4756. You can try to email them too at:, but be forewarned, emails are not responded to as quickly as phone orders.

  And don’t try to order this stunning  +J Cocoon dress for $129.00 because it’s already sold out!

Pictured: New +J Collection is in at UNIQLO.


Since 2008, Mary Hall has been the author of The Recessionista Blog, which is read by thousands of regular readers in over 160 countries. An internationally recognized expert on the art of the living the good life for less, she has been a commentator on local, national, and international radio and TV shows. Her advice has been featured in over 2,000 media outlets, including The New York Times, Reuters, Life & Style magazine, ABC News, NBC News and now The Huffington Post, among many others.