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post #2641 of 3377
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Originally Posted by MetManChris View Post

Just got my new sized cashmere, and 2 scarves, peat and wine.  LOVE the scarves.  Definitely very thing, but big enough they could be doubled over if you're somewhere cold.  These seem about perfect for living in San Fransisco.  Not a great picture, but better than nothing.  (Don't mind the pajama pants) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Don't buy another thing until you do something about that hair.
post #2642 of 3377
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Don't buy another thing until you do something about that hair.

 

Yes, because clearly I was trying to look nice in this picture?  Pajamas are the new charcoal, ya know...

post #2643 of 3377

The only thing I want from Everlane is the burgundy sweatshirt and it has been out of stock for ages.

 

Any idea on when it will be available? 

post #2644 of 3377

Hey,

Long time listener, first time caller.  I was really disappointed in the Everlane Cashmere sweater.  Here's my review:

 

http://newyorkdork.com/post/36020856467/everlane-mens-cashmere-sweater-review
 

post #2645 of 3377
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Originally Posted by newyorkdork View Post

Hey,
Long time listener, first time caller.  I was really disappointed in the Everlane Cashmere sweater.  Here's my review:

http://newyorkdork.com/post/36020856467/everlane-mens-cashmere-sweater-review

 

thanks for the review - i've been wanting to pick up one of the cashmere v-necks so I'm glad I read this. My main concern was that the quality might not be high enough (I've learned to live with the mediocre fit). For the price, I'd rather wait to buy a medium-weight cashmere on sale. Sounds like there are more on par with uniqlo cashmere - which are better fitting and cheaper.
post #2646 of 3377
I sort of wanted the merlot crew from Everlane too, but I instead was fortunate enough to get a TBS 30 off code during that whole fiasco, so I just ended up getting the Our Legacy burgundy sweat for around 75. A slightly higher price than the Everlane sweat, sure, but Our Legacy has always been a tried and true stand by for me.
post #2647 of 3377
How is everyone's weekender holding up? Holds enough for a weekend? 1 week trip? 2 week?

Any deets would be appreciated. Need a better.
post #2648 of 3377

Anyone know if the snap back pack is of good quality? I've wanted one, but I was pretty dissatisfied with my last Everlane purchase, so I'm a little skeptical about ordering one.

post #2649 of 3377
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Originally Posted by MetManChris View Post

Just got my new sized cashmere, and 2 scarves, peat and wine.  LOVE the scarves.  Definitely very thing, but big enough they could be doubled over if you're somewhere cold.  These seem about perfect for living in San Fransisco.  Not a great picture, but better than nothing.  (Don't mind the pajama pants)

 

 

 

700

 

how soft are the scarves? im thinking of getting one for my girlfriend.

post #2650 of 3377
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

How is everyone's weekender holding up? Holds enough for a weekend? 1 week trip? 2 week?
Any deets would be appreciated. Need a better.

Mine is holding up well, definitely enough room for a long weekend vacation, one or two weeks would be pushing it unless your planning to do laundry. It's a little uncomfortable to carry around without a dedicated shoulder strap (perfect for a road trip, flying internationally not so much).
post #2651 of 3377

I put my everlane t-shirt through the wash a couple times and it looks like crap. The collar is all bacon-y... I'll stick with J crew slim fits for shirts.

 

The weekender is holding up well though.

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I wonder why nan never posts here anymore lol8[1].gif
post #2653 of 3377
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Originally Posted by snowboardpunk View Post

 

how soft are the scarves? im thinking of getting one for my girlfriend.

 

I'm a huge fan of them.  They don't feel like cashmere (as they're not, they're merino,) but they're still very sfot.  I like them a lot.  The wine one seems a touch boring, but still high quality.  The Peat color I am in love with. 

post #2654 of 3377

Looks like the new weekender colors are up.

 

 

https://www.everlane.com/collections/weekender-shop-mens

post #2655 of 3377
Didn't have a chance to take a picture, but my OCBD fits really well after a trip through the washer and dryer and a trip to the tailor's. There's a decent chance I'll buy more of these.
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