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post #1186 of 3352
Quick FYI - I am checking referrers to the styleforum weekender preview

- that just means to get access to it, click through on a link from the forum, it will add a cookie to your browser that grants that browser permission for as long as you have the cookie.

https://www.everlane.com/collections/weekender-styleforum
post #1187 of 3352
Might order some more shirts since they're in stock, but leaving town for the weekend so not sure if I want to order just yet. But they sell out fast :-\ Choices...

I can also do proxies for Everlane out of the US.
post #1188 of 3352
Are the weekenders made in USA?
post #1189 of 3352
It still looks like a good deal, but why does the weekender cost twice as much as the backpack?
post #1190 of 3352
thenanyu, I have pmed you but didn't get a reply, maybe I missed you do not activate account at the moment?
post #1191 of 3352
Thanks for the early access Nan. Grabbed a black.
post #1192 of 3352
Thanks for the link nan, trying to decide if I need one or not shog[1].gif
post #1193 of 3352
grey - georgetown colors!!!
post #1194 of 3352
I went with navy but gosh...the olive is really nice looking too.

Figured the navy would be less likely to show dirt over time though.
post #1195 of 3352
Quote:
Originally Posted by otc View Post

I went with navy but gosh...the olive is really nice looking too.

Figured the navy would be less likely to show dirt over time though.

buy both! Ill buy the one you like the least, at wholesale that is. (50% off MSRP) smile.gif
post #1196 of 3352
hmm kind of concerned about the handles having a 12" drop. Would it be a bit long to be holding it with your hands instead of carrying on the shoulder as a tote? I don't think I would ever want to use it as like a shoulder bag, ever. Wish it had shorter handles, but I might just have to buy it anyway cause it looks so sweet.
post #1197 of 3352
I'm short (5'7") and the bag ends above my ankle when holding the straps with my arm down, so it's fine.
post #1198 of 3352

Nan, thanks for the link. I got the weekender in grey and two watercolor shirts, cheers!

post #1199 of 3352
Nan-

I just wanted to say that I like that you reshoot the photos for each color. I know all about the wonders of photoshop, but I hate when a site (like lands end) has the same shirt available in 6 colors and every one of them is an identical photo with the same wrinkles and the same shadows and the zipper pulls hanging in exactly the same place.
post #1200 of 3352
Hoping there will be a early access link to the backpacks as well!
NANYU is a standup guy working for a great company, they will only continue to grow.
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