Intriguing...can't wait to see them.
And I think the Ryan stuff could work, but I feel like it could be very hit or miss.
I just found out about everlane through another thread, and I'm intrigued on how the t-shirts fit. The quality and price looks excellent, and I like the website's interface. However, information regarding measurements leaves much to be desired... Also, it sounds like there is a taper? Which is what I am looking for.
I am 6'2" 170lbs, prefer slim fit. The best fitting t-shirt I have is from h&m (white v-neck, medium, "logg"), though the qualilty isn't the best, and same shirts in different colors have inconsistent sizing =/ Here are the measurements from it:
Shoulder seam-to-seam: 42cm (16.5")
Pit-to-pit: 52cm (20.5")
Back: 68.5cm (27")
Waist: 48.5cm (19") >[38" total]
Sleeve 21.5cm (8.5")
Would anyone recommend a size medium or large in everlane v-necks? Or recommend buying everlane at all?
Received my shirt yesterday. Feels great, much nicer than my AA shirts but I was a little disappointed in the fit. It's a little looser in the waist than I'd prefer, but my main gripe is the sleeves. I hate it when sleeve openings are really wide and create that triangle flappy thing. It's not like I have pencil arms either, so I'm not sure whose arms these sleeves are made for.
Here's comparison of an AA t-shirt (size M).
Both shirts have been worn and are a little dirty and wrinkled, so sorry for that.
If it helps, in the post above yours I'm wearing a medium and I'm 5'9", 185lbs, 41.5" chest, 34" waist. I'd probably go with small but don't know if it'll be too short on your torso.
I am 6'3, 155 lbs. and a 32 waist. Is there a shirt size you could recommend? I am worried about the length in the torso, however I don't want it to be baggy. I noticed the model is 5'11 and wearing a medium which seems as though it would be to small for me based on my measurements. Please give me your feedback nanyu.