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post #2521 of 3323
I received my first Everlane items today. I ordered:

Medium Men's Crew - fits great. I thought it was a bit loose but I realized that if I went any smaller, it would be a super tight tee and that's not what I want in a casual shirt

Small Oxford - I have a 39" chest, 17" shoulders in front, 18" in the rear. I really am digging the fit. I do think they are accurate in describing it as super fitted. My shoulders are perfect. The arms are TOO long. I am glad the waist flares since my hip/waist is a bit wide (33" waist). I think if it didn't flare, it might be too tight for me at the bottom (not sure). Anyway, I am really happy with it.

I wonder how we'll be able to tell which ones are made in the US and which are Chinese made?
post #2522 of 3323

^ everything after the first run will be in China, that's what they said

post #2523 of 3323

I know there are quality facilities in china but seriously.

Come on.

post #2524 of 3323
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

Can anyone comment on how much these shrink in a wash?

This guy probably can.
post #2525 of 3323

i personally don't care if it's China or anywhere as long as it's quality

post #2526 of 3323
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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

I know there are quality facilities in china but seriously.
Come on.

Beams Plus, Wings + Horns, RRL, tons of other people produce cashmere / knits in China.
post #2527 of 3323
It would help if you guys would post your dimensions along with the size you guys ordered.
post #2528 of 3323
Do these come out really wrinkled after washing? This would be the only deal breaker for me. If you own uniqlo you can understand
post #2529 of 3323

don't find wrinkling really, although the stitching is sensitive to say the least when you put it on, dunno if that's just me

post #2530 of 3323
So, into a washer and hang dry does not produce wrinkles afterwards? I spend a minimum of an hour if I'm lazy ironing the wrinkles out of my Uniqlo EFC OCBD's

I may give these a try yet.
post #2531 of 3323
It's uniqlo, just dry them. If not for the whole time, throwing them in the dryer for 5 minutes before hanging them drastically reduces the wrinkling.
post #2532 of 3323
Not even wrinkles but are actual creases. It's pretty bad actually and I would not put them in the dryer, would probably shrink to the point that it would be unwearable. The slim fit OCBD in the extra fine cotton is much different than the traditional Uniqlo OCBD FWIW (I have owned both). I prefer the former for office wear as the fabric has a smoother hand.

As photoed:

The fabric is not as grainy and after a hauling hour or more of steaming out the creases (the arms give me the most work) it looks much nicer IMO. YMMV

Again, I am talking about the Uniqlo EFC Slim Fit OCBD. Sorry Nan.
post #2533 of 3323
Got some shirts and the french terry in the mail today. I'm a slim medium, bit of an athletic build. 39 chest, 5'10, 155lbs. Pretty average size besides my shoulders and arms which are a little big.

Tees fit in medium. They're nice and relaxed. They could be slimmer in the body for me, but they're just fine the way they are. Also ordered some tees in a small to see how sizing would be, and I actually fit into them ok as well if I was looking for a really slim fitting tee. Shoulders and arms are a bit too tight but it could work for others who want something really slim. Definitely plan on ordering some more tees. I really like the colors as well.

I was a little disappointed by the terry. For some reason it feels like its turned inside out? The outside of the terry feels like a waffle thermal. I didn't pick up on this from the pictures on the site, I was assuming it would be smooth and soft (but now that I look at the pictures again I can see the details). I got a small and a medium - small fits way too small and medium is too big. I don't know why but the medium is surprisingly larger than the small, I was hoping for just a slight step up and it would of been perfect. But it's not bad overall, and for $45 I'll probably keep the medium.
post #2534 of 3323

that ervell jacket needs to be taken in around the waist and most certainly in the sleeves.

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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

Not even wrinkles but are actual creases. It's pretty bad actually and I would not put them in the dryer, would probably shrink to the point that it would be unwearable. The slim fit OCBD in the extra fine cotton is much different than the traditional Uniqlo OCBD FWIW (I have owned both). I prefer the former for office wear as the fabric has a smoother hand.
As photoed:

The fabric is not as grainy and after a hauling hour or more of steaming out the creases (the arms give me the most work) it looks much nicer IMO. YMMV
Again, I am talking about the Uniqlo EFC Slim Fit OCBD. Sorry Nan.
post #2535 of 3323
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Originally Posted by 89andy View Post

gitmans have very low arm holes and baggy sleeves with tight chest and collar. Not a proportional fit at all ...

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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Depends how you are built, Gitman sleeves are actually a bit tight on me, and armholes could barely be any higher, chest and collar right on

I'd have to agree with the former.. it may vary depending on what size you wear, but IME the arm holes on a Small gitman are humongous compared to the ones on a TB 1.

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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

So, into a washer and hang dry does not produce wrinkles afterwards? I spend a minimum of an hour if I'm lazy ironing the wrinkles out of my Uniqlo EFC OCBD's
I may give these a try yet.

I feel like you've mentioned this before... relax on the ironing, the shirt is just going to start wrinkling the moment you put it on... you don't need to get every last tiny wrinkle.
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