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Originally Posted by pnewelljr View Post

I think its funny that you would even put Club Monaco and Uniqlo in the same sentence. I live in Tokyo, and shopping at Uniqlo is equivalent to clothing shopping at Walmart or Target in America.

That isn't even remotely true. You're clearly either out of touch in JP or stateside.
It's much more like shopping at Gap in the US.
Not to mention most of Club Monaco's clothing is made in China @ the RL factory. CM is nothing amazing, they do sell some exclusive items from other US brands but the quality is only a step above Uniqlo at best.
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does the everlane website cause anyone elses browswer to freeze/slow down drastically? i have a macbook pro and all other websites load fine but for the past 2 weeks or so the everlane site has pretty much broken my computer every time i try to load it

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Nan-When should we expect the new weekenders?
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Nan- Can you comment on the taper of the tees?
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Originally Posted by Classtastic View Post

Nan- Can you comment on the taper of the tees?

It doesn't exist.
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Not really diggin' the Burgundy color backpacks...looks kinda feminine.

Which style backpack do you guys think is more comfortable for bringing books and binders to school?


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Originally Posted by dtgsigns View Post

Not really diggin' the Burgundy color backpacks...looks kinda feminine.
Which style backpack do you guys think is more comfortable for bringing books and binders to school?

I use the gray snap backpack, and I carry one big binder for all my stuff. It fits perfectly, and I have tons more room. I've stuffed some books in there with my binder. I'd say they're probably equally comfortable, but I recommend the snap!

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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Club Monaco is about that quality.

Is about which quality?
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Originally Posted by ShiroiAkuma View Post

That isn't even remotely true. You're clearly either out of touch in JP or stateside.
It's much more like shopping at Gap in the US.
Not to mention most of Club Monaco's clothing is made in China @ the RL factory. CM is nothing amazing, they do sell some exclusive items from other US brands but the quality is only a step above Uniqlo at best.

For me at least, I think the quality and fit of Club Monaco is at least a step above Uniqlo.
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Doubtful ^

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Originally Posted by dtgsigns View Post

Not really diggin' the Burgundy color backpacks...looks kinda feminine.
Which style backpack do you guys think is more comfortable for bringing books and binders to school?
 

 

 

The snap one might be a pain to close when your running out of class in a hurry.  Keep in mind these are probably too small if you carry several text books regularly.  When I carry a binder, a folder and a laptop its pretty well maxxed out, I could cram a textbook in there but it would be a tight fit.  If your an underclassmen you probably still have giant multi semester books (the basic stuff like calculus, physics and chem) that you carry frequently and you'll need something bigger.

 

I normally just carry a notebook, a binder and maybe one textbook so it works fine.  The outside pocket is about the same size as a TI-89.  The higher small pocket is the perfect width for holding pencils.

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Originally Posted by punipenor View Post

Dang, I guess I got unlucky. My peach watercolor vneck tee has a tiny hole on the back of the shirt. I haven't even washed it yet.

Is it possible to sew up holes in shirts without making it being noticeable? (DIY kind of thing.)

I'm a tad bit afraid to throw it in the machine in case the hole gets bigger. :|


But otherwise... the shirt fits very well on me. Too bad for the hole!

did you end up finding a DIY fix for the holes in your shirt? just discovered two small holes in my muted grey v-neck and was looking for a fix.
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Originally Posted by mookiej View Post


did you end up finding a DIY fix for the holes in your shirt? just discovered two small holes in my muted grey v-neck and was looking for a fix.

I've had small hole in tons of t-shirts and a few with rather large (2+ inches) holes (I'm a photographer and have hoped more then a few barbed wire fences) and washed them dozens of time with out them getting any larger. If you are that worried use crazy glue on the end of a tooth pick and ad a very small amount to the hole.

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I got the snapback in navy. I really like it. Plenty of room and its pretty convenient. I like it better than zippers.

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So, the cashmere sweater is going to be over $100 now?? 

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Originally Posted by tgaith77 View Post

So, the cashmere sweater is going to be over $100 now?? 

Very well-articulated explanation, your post is a great contribution to this thread.

 

Pretty sure the cashmere sweaters will be right at Everlane's supposed $100 limit.

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