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post #1276 of 3342
Waaaaaah how dare a company raise prices in an effort to be profitable. I , the consumer, am outraged that everlane would increase their cheap prices to a level that is still affordable while continuing to offer great quality for the money.
post #1277 of 3342
Was the original backpack sold at cost?
post #1278 of 3342
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Originally Posted by Rompson View Post

Waaaaaah how dare a company raise prices in an effort to be profitable. I , the consumer, am outraged that everlane would increase their cheap prices to a level that is still affordable while continuing to offer great quality for the money.

This is a really stupid thing that everyone tries to use to justify prices rising. The whole point of everlane is that it's supposed to be much better than other designer "prices". If they keep on jacking up their prices, they've strayed from their main goal. They can raise prices- nothing we can do about it, but it might not work out if the prices are too high.

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Is there a link to take me to the secret pop up shop for the new backpacks?

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Originally Posted by JohnBlyskis View Post

Is there a link to take me to the secret pop up shop for the new backpacks?

Walking.


(it's not online, so if you aren't in NY you just have to wait until they're put on the website)
post #1281 of 3342
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Originally Posted by deveandepot1 View Post

Raising prices like this won't do Everlane any good. They should know this by now.
Their main selling point was their prices. The weekender was obviously overpriced. It still hasn't sold out in any color even with Britney Spears, GQ, and the New York Times endorsing it.
I originally brought into the hype and planned to buy 2 of the weekenders. After waiting a couple days I decided it simply wasn't a good deal. Target has a canvas weekender with a leather strap for $25 or $10 when it goes on clearance. ASOS and Topman also have similar made in China bags for <$40
Edit- FWIW the original backpack was a good deal for me at $50. I use it almost everyday.

As much as it pains me to write this I have to agree. There is a big difference between a $50 bag and a $65(mentally almost $70) bag. unless their manufacturing or shipping costs went up drastically I dont think it's a smart move. Regarding the weekender, I bought one, haven't received yet but I'm already having buyers remorese. $95 is too much for a canvas bag with crappy leather handles. My wife has the tote bag and while she likes it her complaint is with the leather straps. They are not great quality and she gets brown residue on her shirts after using the bag. It appears the weekender has the same straps but maybe I'm wrong.

I love (shirts especially) Everlane and think the concept is great but they need to stay the course with pricing.

the made in china part killed it for me, uhoh.gif
post #1282 of 3342
Is there a shipping delay with the shirts? Placed an order last Sunday at midnight (shirts only) and they still have not shipped.
post #1283 of 3342
So I got my V-Neck yesterday (along with the Weekender), but the shirt (size S) seems too long. Anyone else have this problem? I'm 155 5"9.5
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I'm glad everyone here is an economist and has had the chance to thoroughly review Everlane's financial records. Seriously, if you think it's a good value, buy it. If you think it's a bad value, don't buy it. No reason to speculate about their pricing on an internet forum.

I wish I had a problem with shirts being too long... always too short for me. If the length has been adjusted, I'd love to hear about it.
post #1285 of 3342
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

I'm glad everyone here is an economist and has had the chance to thoroughly review Everlane's financial records. Seriously, if you think it's a good value, buy it. If you think it's a bad value, don't buy it. No reason to speculate about their pricing on an internet forum.

I wish I had a problem with shirts being too long... always too short for me. If the length has been adjusted, I'd love to hear about it.

I thought someone mentioned that they were lengthened by .5''
post #1286 of 3342
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

the made in china part killed it for me, uhoh.gif


Eh, made is China isnt the end of the world for me. Some items MIC far inferior to the US but some factoris are decent. Its not as bad as it used to be. Id say Made in India is even worse.

My office used to be in the garment district in NYC in one of the few buildings that still manufactures clothing. Guess who makes the clothing, Chinese immigrants. Not a big difference btw MIC and USA these days.
post #1287 of 3342
Just received my weekender, and my friend immediately remarked that it looked like an expensive bag. Must be awesome to work for a company that produces such great, quality products!
post #1288 of 3342
So for those of you who have the weekender do the handles bleed, as previously mentioned with the totes?
post #1289 of 3342

mines didnt...but i haven't really gotten it wet or sweated...and i used it for 15 min..

 

but anyone else let me know..if it bleeds...well we can kill it..

post #1290 of 3342
it also irks me a bit that they're $5 more online VS in store...
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