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post #2266 of 3338
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

Why are the scarves being marketed as a women's product? The design and color options make them pretty easily passable as unisex compared to some of the alternatives out there.
Basically, this is my way of saying I'm going to buy a women's scarf.

 

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Originally Posted by doublebb View Post


I have the same question....

 

I also will be purchasing a women's scarf. I mean, it's a scarf... fit doesn't exactly depend on having a woman's shape.
post #2267 of 3338
well the scarf does look very linen-y/light. how often do guys wear such scarves?
post #2268 of 3338
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

QC problems aside, I don't get what people were expecting quality wise? Margiela? Brioni?

I think American Apparel quality would be fair no? I don't have anything from Everlane yet, but reading about people having issues with holes with shirts that have less than 4 wears is concerning.
post #2269 of 3338
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Originally Posted by ShiroiAkuma View Post

You already said you don't buy, and they don't ship to Canada, so why not take your unproductive bitching to another thread. 

turning a blind eye to actual, true, concrete issues is doing a disservice to other styleforumers.

we don't need this thread to only consist of blind praise (circle jerk) for everything this company does. Voicing (legitimate) concerns seems perfectly reasonable to me.
post #2270 of 3338
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Originally Posted by 89andy View Post


turning a blind eye to actual, true, concrete issues is doing a disservice to other styleforumers.
we don't need this thread to only consist of blind praise (circle jerk) for everything this company does. Voicing (legitimate) concerns seems perfectly reasonable to me.

This issue has been addressed and we need to move on.

post #2271 of 3338
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Originally Posted by ineedscissors61 View Post

Just wanted to say the new fit of the medium v-neck t-shirts are perfect. I'm 6 feet, 165 lbs, 31/32ish waist. I matched a new one up to a medium Peach V that's been washed and dried regularly, and the new one is about 1.5 inches longer. So after shrinkage it should come out to a little under an inch longer. The sleeve openings seem ever so slightly smaller, which I like. It's also been tapered a good 2 or 3 inches. Love it.
Any word on a date for the Fall color V necks?

By taper you mean the waist is smaller than the chest? That is good news. Can you post measurements?
post #2272 of 3338
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

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The first batch Everlane had of the lighter gray vnecks are good but too slim on me now (they are now worn to bed/around the house). I never noticed the 'v' loosing shape.

More recent vneck I bought in size medium, which I then immediately gave to my bro since it fits too loose (the 'v' section) I have not noticed it being too loose. I think the looseness depends on the fit on your body as well. IMO if it is loose the tee may just be slight large on your frame.

Do you guys wash and machine dry your tee's? I do all the time and though they come out tight, I would not say the tee shrunk. Everlane tee are rather forgiving and stretch back out nicely. At least that was my experience for the former gray vnecks. The recent crew necks I bought have not been in a wash cycle yet, but from the fit and wearing to the gym today I think it will be alright hence me just ordering a few more.

I like the softness, lightness, and fit ratio compared to tee's like American Apparel/Alternative Apparel/Banana Republic. AA tee's in general have actually shrunk too much.

And FWIW I said before I was going to order size large but went ahead and just stuck with the medium. My arms and chest don't quite fill it out all the way, but sizing down or up would be too slim, big respectively. In other words I will say that for me, Everlane are TTS.

My brother who is a large can fit the medium vnecks but it is rather fitted. He fills out the 'v' well for his frame.

The thread on the collar of the white v-necks no longer lays flat and it causes the problem I am referring to. The deformed v-neck issue hasn't occured with my colored tees (peach, yellow, sky blue, red, black, navy) and I noticed that the collar on the colored shirts looks and feels better.

Hopefully the problem has been taken care of, I need new white shirts!!!!!

What are your dimensions?

I have washed mine over 8 times and I usually machine dry for 15 min and then hang them.
post #2273 of 3338
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Originally Posted by Classtastic View Post

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Originally Posted by ineedscissors61 View Post

Just wanted to say the new fit of the medium v-neck t-shirts are perfect. I'm 6 feet, 165 lbs, 31/32ish waist. I matched a new one up to a medium Peach V that's been washed and dried regularly, and the new one is about 1.5 inches longer. So after shrinkage it should come out to a little under an inch longer. The sleeve openings seem ever so slightly smaller, which I like. It's also been tapered a good 2 or 3 inches. Love it.
Any word on a date for the Fall color V necks?

By taper you mean the waist is smaller than the chest? That is good news. Can you post measurements?

Yes, that should be what he means.
post #2274 of 3338
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post


The thread on the collar of the white v-necks no longer lays flat and it causes the problem I am referring to. The deformed v-neck issue hasn't occured with my colored tees (peach, yellow, sky blue, red, black, navy) and I noticed that the collar on the colored shirts looks and feels better.
Hopefully the problem has been taken care of, I need new white shirts!!!!!
What are your dimensions?
I have washed mine over 8 times and I usually machine dry for 15 min and then hang them.

This sounds like you left it in the dryer to long or on to high of heat. Which you probobly don't due on your colors... But forgot to remove these shirts when you did your whites. Would make sense why nobody else has this issue and why you only have it on some of your shirts... the white ones. 

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Originally Posted by ShiroiAkuma View Post

This sounds like you left it in the dryer to long or on to high of heat. Which you probobly don't due on your colors... But forgot to remove these shirts when you did your whites. Would make sense why nobody else has this issue and why you only have it on some of your shirts... the white ones. 

Lol, as we're making up stories, maybe someone sneaked into his house at night and fucked up his white shirt, while leaving the others intact.

Anyways, it seems that a lot of vendor threads only encourage circle-jerks, and when you try to make some constructive criticism some people get very defensive, and I have no idea why. If only people who have good things to say speak out, how does that benefit the community?
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If you actually read this thread I've had plenty of constructive criticism, on several products. The point is I've bought all the products I either criticize or praise, you're just jumping on the unproductive bandwagon, not to mention you openly say you don't buy from Everlane. 

So you as a non-customer who literally can't have anything to add on these new products have benefited this thread how? 

Either buy something or move on, what this thread & forum don't need is another person who is posting with out first hand experience. 

I know when I go in a thread looking for information I want to hear it from the people who have handled the product first hand & have unbiased feed back. You lack both; it's time for you move on.

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Last week, I received my grey w/ navy stripe Weekender bag, and used it on a road trip this past weekend (appropriately enough). Both my wife and I like the bag, and I'd say the leather handles feel just right. So based on all the complaints that I read here previously about the handles, my guess is that the new revised version of the bag is what we received.
post #2278 of 3338
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

Lol, as we're making up stories, maybe someone sneaked into his house at night and fucked up his white shirt, while leaving the others intact.
Anyways, it seems that a lot of vendor threads only encourage circle-jerks, and when you try to make some constructive criticism some people get very defensive, and I have no idea why. If only people who have good things to say speak out, how does that benefit the community?

have you seen the wolf vs goat thread? If not, you're in for a treat.
post #2279 of 3338
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

The thread on the collar of the white v-necks no longer lays flat and it causes the problem I am referring to. The deformed v-neck issue hasn't occured with my colored tees (peach, yellow, sky blue, red, black, navy) and I noticed that the collar on the colored shirts looks and feels better.
Hopefully the problem has been taken care of, I need new white shirts!!!!!
What are your dimensions?
I have washed mine over 8 times and I usually machine dry for 15 min and then hang them.

I'm in the same situation. I have 8 tees, 5 of which have the deformed v-neck issue. I need new white tees, but I definitely want to know if the new run of shirts will have this problem.
post #2280 of 3338
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Originally Posted by jthan09 View Post


I'm in the same situation. I have 8 tees, 5 of which have the deformed v-neck issue. I need new white tees, but I definitely want to know if the new run of shirts will have this problem.


I have this problem with the V necks that I bought (Navy/peach) and neither have seen the dryer. The pocket Tee's seem to be unaffected.

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