or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Everlane T-shirts
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Everlane T-shirts - Page 117

post #1741 of 3342
Quote:
Originally Posted by Meis View Post


I feel like I remember nan saying a while back that they were looking into sourcing thicker fabric for the men's tees...
also, don't remember if anything has been posted about it, but are there going to be any different colors added for the fall once the last of the watercolor tees run out?


They are apparently doing heathered T shirts for the fall, not sure what colors exactly, but I know I'll likely get a few.

post #1742 of 3342
I hope their heather shirts do not looks shape like the ones J. Crew makes
post #1743 of 3342
Quote:
Originally Posted by 89andy View Post

honestly I won't put lighter as a positive for t-shirts. Especially when the white tshirts i have from ever lane occasionally show nipples, which is an absolute no in my book. I just put up with it though cause it's only flashing very occasionally. Wish it were slightly heavier/thicker.

Yea the lightness does seem to cause showing off my nipples too. I stick to smalls for undershirts and med to wear out, but med is a bit long.

post #1744 of 3342
i actually wish the mediums were a tad longer. then again i have a long-ish torso.

and dark nipples ftl.
post #1745 of 3342
Quote:
Originally Posted by 89andy View Post

honestly I won't put lighter as a positive for t-shirts. Especially when the white tshirts i have from ever lane occasionally show nipples, which is an absolute no in my book. I just put up with it though cause it's only flashing very occasionally. Wish it were slightly heavier/thicker.

Banana Republic soft-wash tees are basically the same as Everlane tees, but with a thicker, more plush fabric.  The seams and overall construction look completely identical to me.  The only other differences are that BR tees are a little more expensive and are cut a little differently.

post #1746 of 3342
Quote:
Originally Posted by CDHagg View Post

Banana Republic soft-wash tees are basically the same as Everlane tees, but with a thicker, more plush fabric.  The seams and overall construction look completely identical to me.  The only other differences are that BR tees are a little more expensive and are cut a little differently.

do you know where they are made? i actually never considered BR but on new years i needed socks and they were the only place open. those socks are amazing for the price and still hold up rather nicely. 

post #1747 of 3342
Quote:
Originally Posted by thisisblex View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by CDHagg View Post

Banana Republic soft-wash tees are basically the same as Everlane tees, but with a thicker, more plush fabric.  The seams and overall construction look completely identical to me.  The only other differences are that BR tees are a little more expensive and are cut a little differently.
do you know where they are made? i actually never considered BR but on new years i needed socks and they were the only place open. those socks are amazing for the price and still hold up rather nicely. 

based on the navy heather/coal/purple tags on the website, it appears they're made in vietnam.
post #1748 of 3342
Well I remember a while back that another member posted about the v-neck being really wide, well I noticed the necks on my v-necks have stretched. frown.gif

Anyone experiencing a similar problem?
post #1749 of 3342
anyone know how long does it usually take to ship to the East Coast?
post #1750 of 3342

Probably been answered, but is Australian shipping something that is being worked on?

post #1751 of 3342
Quote:
Originally Posted by CDHagg View Post

Banana Republic soft-wash tees are basically the same as Everlane tees, but with a thicker, more plush fabric.  The seams and overall construction look completely identical to me.  The only other differences are that BR tees are a little more expensive and are cut a little differently.

 

 
I don't really like the BR soft-wash tees. I've found them to be cut really boxy and they seem to get really wide at the bottom, but maybe that's just me, hence why I'm going Everlane. 
post #1752 of 3342
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dapp View Post

I don't really like the BR soft-wash tees. I've found them to be cut really boxy and they seem to get really wide at the bottom, but maybe that's just me, hence why I'm going Everlane.

And that's different than Everlane how?

Speaking of everlane, I washed my yellow watercolor shirt with dark colors and it's taken on a nice, very subtle limey color smile.gif
post #1753 of 3342
Quote:
Originally Posted by VLSI View Post


And that's different than Everlane how?
Speaking of everlane, I washed my yellow watercolor shirt with dark colors and it's taken on a nice, very subtle limey color smile.gif

I haven't gotten any Everlane tees yet...just the backpack. I was hoping they wouldn't take on that shape quite as much. I'll just have to order one and compare. 

post #1754 of 3342
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dapp View Post

I haven't gotten any Everlane tees yet...just the backpack. I was hoping they wouldn't take on that shape quite as much. I'll just have to order one and compare. 

Like everything it depends on your shape, but the chest is super tight in proportion to the waist.
post #1755 of 3342
Does anyone else have the problem where they can't get past the billing info screen during checkout? When I put in my credit card info and click next the page just refreshes.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Streetwear and Denim
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Everlane T-shirts