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post #2491 of 3374
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Originally Posted by CosmicAsininity View Post

My Everlane and StyleForum accounts use different e-mails, there's no way they can track me anyway.

Pretty sure they would put the pieces together because your're probably the only schmuck who washed a shirt and then tried to return it.

That being said, contact customer service, they'll make things right.
post #2492 of 3374
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Originally Posted by WhiteFox View Post

Get the fuck out, you sub-human piece of shit.

Damn, you guys are pretty mad.  I guess I won't try to return it then.  


Your logic is terribly flawed.

Why the hell would you need to wash a shirt that you only tried on? Just to see if it would shrink a little? There was already free return shipping for those first day orders. That's a pretty lame excuse.
post #2493 of 3374

Received my cashmere crewneck in light grey and the light blue oxford, both size large...

 

First, the oxford...not overly impressed. USA made. Buttons are nice, remind me of the chalk buttons on Gitman Vintage or vintage Lands End Hyde Park, except not as thick. Fabric is decent, weight is similar to J. Crew or Gap, maybe with a slightly better hand. Cut is slim (as Nan has mentioned here). I'm a large in Gitman and this fits slimmer, higher cut armholes and slim across the chest. The bottom hem flare isnt as pronounced as some thought, not as noticable as a Gitman. Construction seems ok. The stitching on the all of the buttonholes isn't finished, so the buttons kept getting caught on the threads. Overall, the shirt was just OK and was slightly too tight across the chest, so its going back...

 

The cashmere sweater, pretty nice. Again, the weight/ density is similar to J Crew cashmere. Made in China, not necessarily a deal breaker for me. Fit is great, slim but not tight, consistent w/ t-shirt sizing.  Hard to speak to the quality of the cashmere (for the price). Very soft, but I hope it wears better over time and doesn't pill like Uniqlo, J. Crew, et al. However, looking at J. Crew cashmere prices ($225 for a comparable crewneck), this is a much better value. 

post #2494 of 3374
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Originally Posted by tgaith77 View Post

Received my cashmere crewneck in light grey and the light blue oxford, both size large...

First, the oxford...not overly impressed. USA made. Buttons are nice, remind me of the chalk buttons on Gitman Vintage or vintage Lands End Hyde Park, except not as thick. Fabric is decent, weight is similar to J. Crew or Gap, maybe with a slightly better hand. Cut is slim (as Nan has mentioned here). I'm a large in Gitman and this fits slimmer, higher cut armholes and slim across the chest. The bottom hem flare isnt as pronounced as some thought, not as noticable as a Gitman. Construction seems ok. The stitching on the all of the buttonholes isn't finished, so the buttons kept getting caught on the threads. Overall, the shirt was just OK and was slightly too tight across the chest, so its going back...

The cashmere sweater, pretty nice. Again, the weight/ density is similar to J Crew cashmere. Made in China, not necessarily a deal breaker for me. Fit is great, slim but not tight, consistent w/ t-shirt sizing.  Hard to speak to the quality of the cashmere (for the price). Very soft, but I hope it wears better over time and doesn't pill like Uniqlo, J. Crew, et al. However, looking at J. Crew cashmere prices ($225 for a comparable crewneck), this is a much better value. 

Thanks for the feedback on the oxford, been debating a bit but so far doesn't seem to be that positive
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Originally Posted by Samir View Post

Interesting - were y'all looking to improve based on the final quality of the LA batch, or have you been looking at the China facility beforehand?

Where were (are?) the sweaters made?

 

Looking forward to the cardigans.

where did you find that at?

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When will the oxfords be restocked?
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What kind of buttons on the cashmere cardigan

post #2498 of 3374
Got 2 M sized OCBDs . I'm 6 ft 165 lbs. My assessment:

- Fabric is nice
- Buttons feel chintzy (very thin and gets caught in the threads as mentioned before )
- Cut is a bit off on my frame. Shoulders maybe 1/2 inch to wide. Chest is just right to slightly tight. Bottom is blousy. Sleeves 1/2 inch too long.

I'm not blown away in terms of value/quality or anything. If they are supposed to be worth 2-3x the price then you are talking ToJ V1 OCBD and Epaulet shirting. Both of those are superior to the Everlane shirt (I don't own Gitman so I can't comment on that comparison).

All in all they are worth $55...I wouldn't really pay any more. I'll be keeping them.
post #2499 of 3374
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Originally Posted by tgaith77 View Post

Received my cashmere crewneck in light grey and the light blue oxford, both size large...

First, the oxford...not overly impressed. USA made. Buttons are nice, remind me of the chalk buttons on Gitman Vintage or vintage Lands End Hyde Park, except not as thick. Fabric is decent, weight is similar to J. Crew or Gap, maybe with a slightly better hand. Cut is slim (as Nan has mentioned here). I'm a large in Gitman and this fits slimmer, higher cut armholes and slim across the chest. The bottom hem flare isnt as pronounced as some thought, not as noticable as a Gitman. Construction seems ok. The stitching on the all of the buttonholes isn't finished, so the buttons kept getting caught on the threads. Overall, the shirt was just OK and was slightly too tight across the chest, so its going back...

bolding mine

Pretty accurate review except I'd call it nice, the chest fits me, and I'm keeping it. Definitely worth $55. I'd recommend it for slimmer dudes but I'm also gonna wait for the next iteration before I cop another ocbd. Crappy fit pic:



I got the xs. I'm 5'6 137-140lbs roughly.
post #2500 of 3374

^what's your chest size?

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37"
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It's not really fair to compare Everlane prices to J.Crew prices straight up, because no one but stupid or rich people buy J.Crew stuff off sale. Everlane's stuff never goes on sale

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wut. what does that mean, breh? Well you musical taste probably correlates with your presumptions cause i'm not white.
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Originally Posted by koor View Post

If they are supposed to be worth 2-3x the price then you are talking ToJ V1 OCBD and Epaulet shirting.

In all fairness, both the companies you mentioned have biz models very similar to Everlane-- they don't mark up their product to accommodate middlemen or third party retailers. Would probably be more accurate to compare the Everlane shirts to something you'd see at Need Supply.
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Originally Posted by diniro View Post

37"

Damn, Everlane OCBDs in xs won't fit me.

I have a 35'' chest. 

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