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post #1996 of 3357

No v-necks, no care.

post #1997 of 3357
wanker
post #1998 of 3357
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Originally Posted by Rookje View Post

New fall colors.... no v-necks?


she needs a tarp
post #1999 of 3357
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

Ordered two of the fall colors (skipped the antique)
Had to order mediums and larges since I don't think the medium will fit but I need to know for sure.
Noticed there are measurements on the page and that the XS is the only shirt that actually has any taper (and the S actually has reverse taper?). Don't know if the medium will solve my fit woes but I really think the L could use a bit of taper.
EDIT: Why does my order say this?
"(1) The Men’s Crew Mineral — Pant sizes 29-33" while all the rest of them just say -- Medium or -- Large

huh? I don't see any measurements on the website, just the same sizing chart that's always been there...
post #2000 of 3357

Why have there been like 4 different blue shirts, without a single green shirt yet?  This seems odd...
 

post #2001 of 3357
There have been 3 different shades of blue released plain.gif

I am all for another color but green uhoh.gif

I am not too thrilled with the fall colors they released, I was hoping for some heather shirts. frown.gif
post #2002 of 3357
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

There have been 3 different shades of blue released plain.gif
I am all for another color but green uhoh.gif
I am not too thrilled with the fall colors they released, I was hoping for some heather shirts. frown.gif

Unfortunately, we did a shitty job photographing. Sage is actually a shade of light green tinged with blue and grey.
post #2003 of 3357

might pick up some of your shirts soon, need some more colored basics in my arsenal!

post #2004 of 3357

Just made my first order too ... sage and dusk :)

 

Waiting for a belt wider than 1". 

post #2005 of 3357
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post

huh? I don't see any measurements on the website, just the same sizing chart that's always been there...

https://www.everlane.com/collections/mens-luxury-tees/products/mens-crew-dusk

scroll down and there are measurements on the picture to the left--click different sizes for different numbers.
post #2006 of 3357

For reals guys please taper the t shirts a bit we aren't built like tubes.

post #2007 of 3357
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Originally Posted by tgod93 View Post

that is not sage color.... and antique is literally the same as navy. LAME
 

but the dusk is nice

Oh you recieved your order already? rolleyes.gif

post #2008 of 3357
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

https://www.everlane.com/collections/mens-luxury-tees/products/mens-crew-dusk
scroll down and there are measurements on the picture to the left--click different sizes for different numbers.

Weird... I tried and it doesn't work for me on Chrome, IE, or Safari...
post #2009 of 3357
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post

Weird... I tried and it doesn't work for me on Chrome, IE, or Safari...

Do you get the part where it compares it to other brands?

I put them all together into one image (click for fullsize)


Seems kind of funny that a "modern slim fit" has zero taper. I know that the chest stretches to fit, but even a BB Slim dress shirt has taper (and most people don't think it has enough).

But who knows...maybe the "luxury t-shirt" market they are trying to pull customers from are not the fittest gentlemen around.
post #2010 of 3357
I don't think it's in Everlane's long term strategy to make a t-shirt that flatters the male body.
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