I love how it's always people bitching and hating in here, but go in any thread of the overpriced brands (who don't have perfect fits for multiple times more $$) and everyone is defending them as if it's a first born child. They are $55 with what looks like a pretty good fit (with out a box pleat) and river shell buttons.
If this type of brand isn't your cup of tea just move on. If you have something worth while to complain about or think they should look into changing by all means everyone is open to opinions. The major issue with a brand like this who takes what people say into consideration is you just can't make everyone happy, everyone wants something different.
Hell Caltax spam post in here bitching about how it better not have a box pleat (for example on this one product) but I can almost guarantee he hasn’t & isn’t buying an oxford. So should his input not matter? Or isn’t a valid point?
I guess my point is, using the French Terry misconception as a base line. Let people receive and test the fit out before complaining just because you’re bored.
Actually, the point of a forum is to provide people the opportunity to express opinions, and allow the reader to see/experience a diverse range of opinions. To take the time to complain because people don't share the same opinion as you or have an issue with a brand / product is pretty childish.
I was posting about Everlane before you even joined this forum. They are starting out, so feedback is pretty helpful in terms of what people think. I have a few totes, and have seen the shirts and sweaters and weekenders that friends ordered. New oxford came out, gave my opinion. Fit looks a bit weird on the model and $55 is a decent price but not that good and it doesn't look like they were made in the US. How do you define overpriced? If I can get a Uniqlo oxford for $20-30, put the thickest MOP on them, price would still be under $55. So does that mean Everlane is overpriced? Or I could stop by Marshalls and pick up a Jack Spade oxford in thick rich fabric with MOPs and that's about the same cost. So then is Everlane priced right? Or I could get a Thom Browne Oxford at Barneys with multicolor grosgrain and labels on the front for $320, so then Everlane is chump change?
You calling me out brah?
I thought we were cool.
I have bough over 15 everlane t-shirts that I use for pleb wear, if you guys don't like my comments block me.