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Originally Posted by ShiroiAkuma View Post

Nan said earlier in this thread that they changed, & added to the V-neck. I'll assume those are the ones people are having issues with (the earlier models).

On a side note one of the many T's I recieved in this order is a white V neck that's actually white... I really liked the un-bleached white, something about the optic white T's is a turn off to me.

So no one is having problems with the current v-necks then, I can order with confidence now.

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Originally Posted by JohnBlyskis View Post

Nan, any update on Canadian shipping? I would really like to order some new product Nov. 1st when the oxfords are released. Any chance Canadian shipping will go live by Nov. 1st or shortly after? I don't want it to sell out and have to wait again.

I know I have posted about being a proxy numerous times as well as other members, if you want the items you can get them shipped to you.
post #2297 of 3342
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Originally Posted by ShiroiAkuma View Post

The head whole is more of a boat neck, even if you have the small (which is what I ordered in Merlot & is to wide, I'm 5' 11 & 172) the neck is going to be wide. It works very well with a button up under it or a v-neck.


Got my medium navy terry in the other day and I can attest to this. The hole is huge! Sizing and quality are great for me though.

post #2298 of 3342
I just got my crew black tee in small... I see what people mean by the reverse taper. Also being 5' 9", these shirts are cut way too damn long. It would only work on someone who is at least 6' 2". It doesn't drape nicely either. The fabric has a soft hand which is nice but too thin for my tastes. I'm going to give them one more try by ordering a women's box tee small to see if this will fix the sizing issues but so far all I can say is nice packaging, decent material but atrocious cut.
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I like the length of the tees because you short people get all the clothes and it's nice to actually be able to wear something that's long enough for me.  ffffuuuu.gif

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Long tees are nice but they need a taper. Still haven't ordered anything since my first order. The t-shirts felt nice but were pretty damn thin and the cut wasn't great at all. I still wear my original crew neck though, wish the neck opening was smaller.
post #2301 of 3342
I actually like their neck opening. It's a good balance since it's neither constricting nor too showy.
post #2302 of 3342
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Originally Posted by Jr Mouse View Post

Thanks! I may try one, but have a feeling the sleeve might be a tad on the small size. Returns are not an issue with you guys right?
Looking forward to the sizing on the OCBD too. smile.gif
EDIT: Also I like the look of your bags. Has their been any talk of a canvas brief? Similar to the Filson 256 in function and use.

Next year, we will be killing the soft briefcase market.

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Originally Posted by edamame View Post

Nan, is there any way I could get this color scarf, even though it is not a production color?

I will try to hunt that one down for you.
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Originally Posted by pyroxyze View Post

What did nanyu say about the grey snap? Gone for a while or is there a restock? I know there's a darker green snap back coming soon

Backpack restock for grey tonight! Also, new colors - you guys will like the new mil. green color.

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Originally Posted by tgod93 View Post

will mens scarves be made later on in the year? cardigans? estimated price on cashmere? 

We are doing 2 more scarves this year.
1. Knit cashmere
2. Men's merino - this thing is crazy. It's woven in Scotland of Scottish wool and it goes toe-to-toe with anything you can find at places like Paul Smith. This is one of those items that will sell for 1/2 - 1/3 of what it costs at most places.

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Originally Posted by plato View Post

So, I just ordered a few things, but am confused on one point. The black terry sweatshirt says it's a preorder that will ship on Oct 16, 2012, which is two days ago. Is it in stock, so that it will ship? Which would mean that it's just an IT error? Or am I stuck waiting for a mis-dated restock?

Ideas Nan?
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Originally Posted by misterdictator View Post

Anyone else having problems logging into Everlane today?

Amazon Web Services was down for about 6 hours, affecting us, Instagram, Etsy, and like 1/3 of the Internet.

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Originally Posted by aspasp View Post

^other people have the same problem, definitely something to note:

http://www.reddit.com/r/malefashionadvice/comments/11r6qj/everlane_sweatshirts_a_brief_review/

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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

That's worse than what Renalan reported. His was supposed to be a small, not xs like that one on reddit. Funny they measure the same though.

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Originally Posted by 89andy View Post

no one is complaining about quality
its jus the terrible QC sizing variances

Hey guys, thanks for the link to Reddit - if you have any personal sizing issues, PM me and I will get it sorted for you.

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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.

I have one. YOLO.





In Other News

New Backpacks are up!
https://www.everlane.com/collections/canvas-leather-packs

Email goes out tomorrow.
Edited by thenanyu - 10/24/12 at 10:42pm
post #2303 of 3342
The burgundy and military green look awesome
post #2304 of 3342
Want a proxy to Canada for the Military Green Snap Backpack. PM with info
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Just received my sz small black sweatshirt.

Chest is about 21" across, which is exactly how I like my sweatshirts to fit. So that's good.

It is, however, a bit short. Not including the collar, the length is slightly more than 25 inches, which is much shorter than the tees and causes the sweatshirt to ride up over my waist a little more than I'd like

I found the neckhole to be fine (my head is admittedly large), but the neck has zero elasticity, which means the task of pulling the thing over my head requires a bit of force. Which sucks. Oh, and the neckband is really thick, which looks weird under blazers 'cause it doesn't lie flat.

Not sure whether I'll be keeping it, but overall I'd say it's OK
post #2306 of 3342
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post
We are doing 2 more scarves this year.
1. Knit cashmere
2. Men's merino - this thing is crazy. It's woven in Scotland of Scottish wool and it goes toe-to-toe with anything you can find at places like Paul Smith. This is one of those items that will sell for 1/2 - 1/3 of what it costs at most places.
 

 


ETA for these new scarves? any idea of a price point?

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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

So no one is having problems with the current v-necks then, I can order with confidence now.
I know I have posted about being a proxy numerous times as well as other members, if you want the items you can get them shipped to you.

I'm well aware of proxy services. Problem is I plan on making my purchases with my Everlane store credit.
post #2308 of 3342
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Originally Posted by JohnBlyskis View Post

I'm well aware of proxy services. Problem is I plan on making my purchases with my Everlane store credit.

I fail to see how that could be a problem.
post #2309 of 3342
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Originally Posted by JohnBlyskis View Post

I'm well aware of proxy services. Problem is I plan on making my purchases with my Everlane store credit.

Will require a bit of trust, but change your password temporarily, have another person log in to order the items from your account with their CC to their house. If you're already trusting them by paying them upfront with money for the order, I don't think it's much more to trust with some store credit.


Back to sizing...
I'm proxying for Canadian member here and he asked me to check out the sizing of the items when it got here. Note: Everything is a size small.

The black sweater is pretty fitting except in the pit-pit area. That's a bit larger, but the silhouette overall is still slim so that's fine. The navy sweater is large though, definite sizing inconsistency. I would still consider it a small, but not a slim fit small. It's roomier in all dimensions. Relaxed small.

White pocket tee. I had previously proxied one a while back that was TINY, this one is much better sized. Not a slim fit small, a tad larger than Banana Republic t's. The antique crewneck is a bit slimmer than the white pocket tee, but both are still a bit bigger than the blue watercolor v I have. My biggest concern/wish if I got some for myself in the near future is for the armholes to be smaller. That's one of the best things I love about the blue watercolor v: the armholes were slim and actually hugged my arms. It's hard to find a cheap, but still quality tee that isn't baggy in the arms.

TLDR: Not totally wrong sizing, but like people have said - inconsistency in sizing despite same size/product.
post #2310 of 3342
Why cant the proxee just place the order to the proxyer's address?
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