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If anyone wants anything proxied I will be glad to do so at no additional cost to the shipping charges to where ever it is being shipped. I have quite a bit of Everlane store credit I can't see myself using at the moment and so I will consider anyone needing a proxy doing me a favor by helping me use up some of the credit and therefore won't be asking for any fees in return. PM me if you need anything.

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New wider belts available.

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anyone got an oxford recently?  have the sizing issues been fixed?

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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Just got a navy oxford in medium. Definitely nicer than the Uniqlo oxford, and it has a slight grey tinge to it (which I like) instead of being a straight-up navy. Sleeves are plenty long, nice buttons, still made in the USA. The fit actually doesn't seem that different from the older iteration I purchased a while back. It still flares out at the bottom something awful, but I'm going to get it tailored anyway, so it's not like it really matters. I also ordered one in green. Once it shows up, I'll run both through the washer and drier, then take them to the tailor to have the body either tapered or darted.

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Originally Posted by red81 View Post

anyone got an oxford recently?  have the sizing issues been fixed?
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Anyone the quality of the oxfords? Also if I'm 5'11 180 lb 40.5 chest and muscular build should I go with a medium or large?
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Merlot tee in new size medium fits like my old washed tees. Body is fine if not a tad shorter from initial impression. Sleeves ride up bicep, which is indication that it is small or a new slimmer cut.

Kind of weird
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Any new men's products in the pipeline?
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Originally Posted by Fashion Fan View Post

Anyone the quality of the oxfords? Also if I'm 5'11 180 lb 40.5 chest and muscular build should I go with a medium or large?

Quality is nicer than Uniqlo, not as nice as Wolf vs. Goat.

If you haven't already bought a shirt, I'd recommend buying both sizes and returning the one that doesn't fit.

Sizing on the belts is a little off. I bought a small, and measuring from the end of the buckle to the smallest hole, I got 33". If it stretches much at all, I'll have to punch another hole in order to wear it. I've only tried it on at this point, and I'm trying to decide whether I should return it. It's a decent belt otherwise, and I like the color (I got it in grey).
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Sizing on the belts is a little off. ......

Just to be clear, they seem bigger than the marked size?
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Yes, definitely bigger.
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New slim fit oxfords? Or were they always called slim fit?
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so annoying when product shots of long sleeve shirts have the sleeve rolled. what is the point of the model wearing it if you can't see how it fits?
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Some might find this measurement chart from Everlane useful.

The measurements are of the tees lying flat, to compare to your existing tees.

 

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Originally Posted by skitlets View Post

New slim fit oxfords? Or were they always called slim fit?
Probaly talking about the updated fit, which is still not super slim IME.
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i get the impression that those ocbds have a kind of clunky-looking collar, might just be me though

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