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post #2686 of 3338

those beanies look nice, too bad there's none in wine/burgundy

post #2687 of 3338

I just spent another $700 :( I think that's well over $2K in under a month. 

post #2688 of 3338

how do you spend 700 on everlane?

post #2689 of 3338
Really like the pine color. Picked up a cashmere scarf too.

Any comments on the merino ones, thinking cashmere may be too heavy...
post #2690 of 3338

I'd have loved a wine color in the sweaters or cashmere line in general, I honestly thought they were releasing another color along with the green. 

 

So at this point I have way to much Everlane gear, I have a few dozen shirts, and way to many button ups and sweatshirts, totes, back-packs... I need to return the stuff that doesn't fit haha. Or give it away for Christmas.

post #2691 of 3338
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Originally Posted by ShiroiAkuma View Post

I'd have loved a wine color in the sweaters or cashmere line in general, I honestly thought they were releasing another color along with the green. 

So at this point I have way to much Everlane gear, I have a few dozen shirts, and way to many button ups and sweatshirts, totes, back-packs... I need to return the stuff that doesn't fit haha. Or give it away for Christmas.

was hoping for a burgundy too.
post #2692 of 3338
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Originally Posted by aspasp View Post

how do you spend 700 on everlane?

$700? I spent over $2K. I have a few dozen t-shirts, over a half dozen button ups, four sweaters, a handful of Terry's, backpack, Tote, Girls t-shirts, one of just about every tie & now the Cashmere line (2 caps, women's blankets/scarf)

post #2693 of 3338
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Originally Posted by ykim917 View Post

Are there any changes to the new restocked oxfords? Also, has anyone tried machine drying their oxfords on low to see if there's any shrinking?

I machine-dried mine, and I'd call shrinkage "moderate". The sleeves and body shortened up a bit, although it's still a little long to wear untucked. It was still pretty billowy at the waist, but I was planning on having it tailored anyway. I'm going to do the same with the smoke oxford when that comes in.

Also, I thought there were going to be new colors for the oxfords? I'd emailed CS a while back, and they said there would be a restock of the existing colors and some new ones around the end of November. It looks like the former happened but not the latter.
post #2694 of 3338

ordered my 1st cashmere from Everlane; navy v-neck with the elbow patches. Looks like it could be a decent casual option, hoping it's not too boxy

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Originally Posted by ShiroiAkuma View Post

Holiday Cashmere is now up! They have a ton of stuff I was surprised... Cashmere hats, scarves, & sweaters with the elbow patches... Plus the new green color (Pine). They also put up a women's blanket/scarf made out of cashmere for $250. 

That blanket scarf is f$%#% amazing. It's milled, woven and cut in Scotland and the exact same private label scarf that our factory makes for high-tier luxury brands for 3x our price. We only ordered about 30 units, so if you want to ball out of bounds this December, that's the ticket.

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I just spent another $700 frown.gif I think that's well over $2K in under a month. 
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Originally Posted by aspasp View Post

how do you spend 700 on everlane?

icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif We have had guys walking into the pop-up and order 4 stoles, and the entire sweater run, and charge it on their black card. Meatpacking District is a weird place.

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Originally Posted by mbrokerny View Post

Really like the pine color. Picked up a cashmere scarf too.
Any comments on the merino ones, thinking cashmere may be too heavy...

Depends on where you live - The cashmere ones will be perfect for real East Coast winter. They are a little bit chunky by design - we wanted to include a lot of material, they use about 2/3 the material of a sweater.
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

I machine-dried mine, and I'd call shrinkage "moderate". The sleeves and body shortened up a bit, although it's still a little long to wear untucked. It was still pretty billowy at the waist, but I was planning on having it tailored anyway. I'm going to do the same with the smoke oxford when that comes in.
Also, I thought there were going to be new colors for the oxfords? I'd emailed CS a while back, and they said there would be a restock of the existing colors and some new ones around the end of November. It looks like the former happened but not the latter.

New colors coming out in spring - we are doing overdyed colors, suggestions are welcome.

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Originally Posted by dickiepea View Post

They keep pushing back international/Canadian shipping. First September, then November, now 'some time in 2013'.

This is on me completely. It's the first thing we are working on after the holiday season.
post #2696 of 3338

Just wore my Everlane t-shirts for the first time. Fit was perfect, material was great, and tagless is a definite plus.

 

FYI I ordered an XS. I'm 5 '8, around 130 lbs, chest is 35ish.

 

Please make more colours! A few more shades of blue/red/grey would be nice.

post #2697 of 3338
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post

New colors coming out in spring - we are doing overdyed colors, suggestions are welcome.

Rad. I'd love to see some sort of dark olive or similar color in an overdye. I'm also a fan of grey-blue (definitely dark, also medium), and I'm sure a wine color would be a hit.

Oops...just realized that these are all F/W colors. shog[1].gif

Maybe a mid/light slate blue? I imagine cantaloupe and honeydew would go over well, maybe a light blue teal or seafoam green.

Anyway, I just got an oxford in smoke. I'm happy to report that the buttons are noticeably thicker and feel more substantial than on the blue oxford I got earlier. I think that's the only change. Still MiUSA. The sleeves are long and slim (both good things), but the waist still flares out. I expected this, though, and I was planning on getting it tailored anyway (pretty much a given for OTR shirts).

The merino scarf is pretty nice. It's long and fairly light/thin (not in a bad way), and it should be easy to layer. The peat color is nice, and the orange stripe isn't as jarring as I thought it would be.

I'm trying it on for a couple of minutes to see how comfortable it is. It feels a tiny bit itchy (admittedly, I find almost anything touching my neck irritating). I don't know whether I'll hold onto it.
post #2698 of 3338

Nan I ordered one of the Stoles this morning in the Burgundy colorway, along with a few hats and new sweaters. I might be in the pop up this Saturday, not sure yet. 

post #2699 of 3338
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Originally Posted by Samir View Post

For the record, as it gets colder and colder, I wouldn't be mad at a cashmere beanie being offered...

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Wish I could have kopped the charcoal but it sold out before I could log on after work; rolled with black instead - hope it's not itchy. Passed on the cardigans, if they'd come in a shawl collar style I would've nabbed one for sure.


Edited by Samir - 12/3/12 at 5:31pm
post #2700 of 3338
Would instacop cardigan if it came with patches, especially leather patches
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