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post #2971 of 3357
Sorry Everlane, the oxfords just aren't going to work for me.

I saw that the whites where back in stock for the full size run so I picked up a medium and a large...Of my everlane t-shirts, I prefer the mediums to the one large that I bought (first order). The ts are stretchy though...

The medium had no chance. The large still pulls in the chest but I wouldn't want the waist to be any larger. Both are going to have to go back frown.gif Too bad, since for the price, the shirt comes out as promised and the buttons are lovely.

Maybe next time I order some shirts, I'll pick up an XL just to see, but I suspect that while it might do ok in the chest, the neck and waist are going to be too big. Wish there was an alteration that lets you add room to the chest instead of just subtract...because I'd have so many shirts that I could fix.
post #2972 of 3357

Their website asks me if I want to give them my email address every minute. No thanks.

post #2973 of 3357

How do the t shirts compare fit and quality wise to American Apparel's?

post #2974 of 3357
I like the material on my everlane shirts better than AA.
post #2975 of 3357

I wear a medium Everlane tees from about 6-8 months ago and a medium AA shirt is too big for me.  I don't know if the Everlane fit has changed.

post #2976 of 3357

Anyone else has their t-shirt collar going to crap after washing it? It's all wrinkly (shape isn't retained) and not how it looked like when I first received it. How do you fix this? o.o

post #2977 of 3357
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Originally Posted by jakeypotato View Post

Anyone else has their t-shirt collar going to crap after washing it? It's all wrinkly (shape isn't retained) and not how it looked like when I first received it. How do you fix this? o.o


yeah, I just got my first taste of their tees...really nice fit and feel with the material overall but after just one wash the collars are exactly as you described. The collars on my AA tees (some are a couple years old) are perfect. It's too bad since they're otherwise really nice.

post #2978 of 3357
Thank you guys for reminding me, the collar messed up on one of my shirts and I have a hole in the armpit of two of my shirts...maybe three.
post #2979 of 3357

Just got an email that Everlane will be launching polos in 4 days. Here's a link to the preview page -

https://www.everlane.com/collections/mens-pk?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Members%20-%20Male&utm_campaign=PK%20Teaser&utm_content=Final

 

I like the fact that they show 6-7 different individuals wearing a medium (since that is most likely going to be my size) but I do wish they'd tell you something about the persons height/weight for comparison purposes. 

post #2980 of 3357
Ya the polos look interesting. Is the price point listed somewhere?
post #2981 of 3357
Quote:
Originally Posted by jakeypotato View Post

Anyone else has their t-shirt collar going to crap after washing it? It's all wrinkly (shape isn't retained) and not how it looked like when I first received it. How do you fix this? o.o

Ironing works, if you don't mind spending the time :-P.

post #2982 of 3357
Don't like polos in general but the button placket comes too far down for my liking.
post #2983 of 3357
They're now on sale. $40 for a polo . . . Eh. Think ill wait to see some actual customer reviews first.
post #2984 of 3357
Wow, that's more than I would expect. I'm sure plenty of work goes into these, but I'd have guessed $25, maybe $30 based on Everlane's pricing for their other products.

Not really a polo guy anyway, though.
post #2985 of 3357
I'm not surprised by the 40 price tag since the construction seems more similar to a shirt than a tee.
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