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post #2356 of 3374
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Originally Posted by Samir View Post

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.

It was a question, not an explanation...not sure why the snark

The Everlane home page this morning said something like, "we're breaking the $100 mark to bring you the finest cashmere..." I'm not seeing that screen anymore, though.
post #2357 of 3374
Everlane's website says that they will be "breaking $100 to bring you the most beautiful cashmere"
post #2358 of 3374

I was going to buy all three sweaters but if they are over $100 I'm not to interested. I'd rather have a slightly sub $100 merino wool sweater.

post #2359 of 3374

I'll reserve judgement until Nan weighs in, but it seems the "luxury goods all under $100" rubric has left quickly...

 

That said, I'm sure it will be a fantastic, quality sweater for the pricepoint. And I'll probably still buy onesmile.gif

post #2360 of 3374
It will be priced like the belts. You can buy a sweater vest for $75, but it's an extra $40 to have the sleeves sewn on. This is a good thing, because you can choose any color sleeves you want.
post #2361 of 3374
That better be some fine cashmere, doubt it will be though honestly and not sure why you would break the whole principle your company is founded on
post #2362 of 3374
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

That better be some fine cashmere, doubt it will be though honestly and not sure why you would break the whole principle your company is founded on

Probably true...

Thing is, I've been really looking to find a light grey cashmere crewneck and I thought when everlane announced that exact sweater, I knew it would be a lock...but, not so sure now.

I guess if its hovering just over 100, no big deal. I'll just wait and see tomorrow.
post #2363 of 3374
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Originally Posted by Samir View Post

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.

I guess you're the one that ends up looking stupid huh? Maybe try not to be so condescending next time?
post #2364 of 3374
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

Doubtful ^

Everyone's entitled to their own opinion.
post #2365 of 3374

who said they weren't

post #2366 of 3374

Not gonna buy one immediately anyways. After the sizing disaster on the French Terry sweatshirts, gonna wait. Even if that means no stock.

post #2367 of 3374
Would rather just cop a Uniqlo cashmere and call it good. I am sure the Everlane will be better quality, but they need to show improvements on their cuts for me to think of spending $100+ on a single item from them.
post #2368 of 3374
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Originally Posted by yipjam View Post

Everlane's website says that they will be "breaking $100 to bring you the most beautiful cashmere"

What's the point of starting a company that is based on the premise of an (albeit arbitrary) price limit only to break it within the first six (?) months? I mean they can do whatever they want and I am sure people will still buy their products but why put yourself in a position where you'll end up being a liar?
post #2369 of 3374
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

who said they weren't

No one, that said you have your opinion and I have mine.
post #2370 of 3374
Why is everybody so upset in this thread all of a sudden?!

Different people like different things.

People post questions in forum threads.

Let's all just relax.
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